Multiplication Worksheets and Tables

by kevin on February 25, 2021

New multiplication worksheets are ready to download for free at MultiplicationTableWorksheets.com.

One of the newest sites in the FreePrintable.net family, MultiplicationTableWorksheets.com features worksheets organized by grade and difficulty level.

This site is a great resource for teachers, students, and homeschooling parents alike. Plus, it has free printable multiplication tables in two sizes for reference.

The newest additions include single-digit problems all the way up to triple digits.

Each worksheet at MultiplicationTableWorksheets.com is free to download and print one at a time. Or, conveniently purchase a collection of more than 100 multiplication worksheets for two grade levels for $12.99. These sheets are exclusive to the premium packs and not found anywhere else.

FreePrintable.net is home to several other math- and science-related sites. MathematicalConstants.com will show you constant symbols for physical and mathematical constants. AsAFraction.com turns decimals into fractions. AsDecimal.com converts fractions and percents to decimals, and SimplifyFractions.com simplifies fractions.

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Regrets Only: Sample Apology Letters

by kevin on February 16, 2021

For those times when you have to say you’re sorry, there are hundreds of apology letter templates at my website ApologyLetters.net. Each is free for your personal use!

I’ve added even more example apologies for a variety of business and personal missteps and issues. Just choose a letter template that’s close to your situation and type into it to adjust the wording as-needed.

Some letters tackle minor errors while others address serious or egregious professional or personal mistakes. Several sample letters include wording for proposing amends or listing ways to improve.

I’ve added new letters that cover: going over budget, using your position for leverage, a “small mistake,” bothering a colleague, and refusing to attend a gathering.

You’ll also find templates relating to workplace issues such as: proofreading problems, failing to following through, sending too many emails, and various technology fails.

New personal apology letters deal with arguments, including “agreeing to disagree.” Other letters say sorry for failing to pick someone up, neglecting to check on something, or for forgetting dietary restrictions.

Rounding out the new additions are letters that help children and teens word an apology unfinished homework assignments.

The site also has articles with tips on how to craft apology letters. Any of the templates at ApologyLetters.net can be downloaded in editable DOC form, or simply cut and pasted directly from the site.

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Family Trees and Genealogy Printables

February 11, 2021

I’ve added two dozen new family tree templates and ancestry charts to FamilyTreeTemplates.net, and now genealogy buffs have more than 400 family history printables from which to choose. The new family trees and forms range from decorative tree designs to ancestry charts. There are new illustrated family trees especially for step-families, with room to write […]

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Free Character Reference Letter Templates

January 29, 2021

If you need vouch for someone else in business, academic, legal, or personal matters, be sure to check out the character reference letters at CharacterReferenceLetters.com. Like everything at the site, the 20 new letter templates are free for personal use. Simply pick a letter that’s close to your situation and type into it to adjust […]

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Printable Medical Forms, Journals, Charts and More

January 23, 2021

I’ve added dozens of new printable medical forms to FreePrintableMedicalForms.com. It’s a broad batch that ranges from pandemic-related forms to caregiver checklists. The site now has 661 printables in all, each with a free as well as a premium, paid version. The new medical forms, journals, logs, charts, and other printables are intended for use […]

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Printable Banners for Holidays and More

January 5, 2021

Banner day! (That joke never gets old. OK, maybe it does.) There are dozens of new printable banners at PrintableBanners.net. If you don’t find what you’re looking for among the 400 premade banners, check out the free custom banner maker and generate your own banner to print. The new banners announce holidays, welcome or warn […]

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New Printable To Do Lists

December 28, 2020

The dozens of new to do lists at PrintableToDoList.com can be of use when you’re setting goals for the new year. The site now has 359 printables, and each on is free to download and print. You’ll find several checklists, planning lists, and other to-do lists. PrintableToDoList.com has simple checklists as well as more elaborate […]

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Printable Time Cards

December 17, 2020

If you’re a small business owner, freelancer, or simply need to track your work hours, you’ll want to check out the nearly 300 time cards at PrintableTimeCards.com. I’ve just added new time cards with alternate layouts and time-tracking periods. There are 24 new designs in all. Regardless of which you choose, each time card is […]

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Free Printable 2021 Calendars

December 9, 2020

I’ve added dozens of 2021 calendars to Printable2021calendars.com, including lots of “fan favorites.” If you’re a longtime FreePrintable.net fan, you already know that I’ve been offering free printable calendars for more than 10 years. They can be downloaded in PDF or editable DOC format, ready to print. Printable2021calendars.com has full-page monthly calendars, year-on-a-page calendars, decorative […]

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Printable Letters from Santa

December 3, 2020

It’s that time of year! I’ve added new letters from Santa and other fun Christmas printables to SantaPrintables.com. The letter templates are intended for grownups who knows a child expecting a reply from Santa Claus or his North Pole associates. Some of the new letters are relevant to the Covid-19 pandemic. Some letters address concerns […]

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