Graduation Printables

by kevin on May 25, 2017

If you have a graduate of any age or stage, head to the FreePrintable.net websites for hundreds of printables.

Teachers, parents, and others can download graduation-themed items for preschool, high school, college, and so on. There are free versions of every printable.

FreePrintableCertificates.net has printable diplomas with cute graphics for kids and formal illustrations for higher levels of education. The site has promotion certificates for specific grade levels as well as achievement awards for school subjects, sports, academic achievement, and attendance. Each printable certificate is free to download as a PDF file (write on it by hand after printing). If you’d like to type into the certificate before printing, choose the $5 premium DOC version that can by edited in Microsoft Word.

At FreePrintableGiftTags.net, there’s a nice selection of graduation gift tags with full-color of grads and their gear. The tags are free as PDF or DOC files.

PageBorders.net has a few graduation borders and there’s a full-color graduation party flyer at PrintableFlyerTemplates.net.

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Hardship Letter Templates

by kevin on May 19, 2017

My site LetterOfHardship.net has 24 new letter templates with sample wording for difficult financial, personal and legal situations.

The new hardship letters provide a jump-start in what can be very stressful situations.

The example text can be typed over and adjusted as needed. The new templates include suggested wording for medical matters including an insurance appeal, sick leave hours donation and the threat of insurance cancellation.

Other new letters relate to academics, such as student loan deferment, grade appeals, college admission denials and academic probation appeals.

I’ve also added new letters related to criminal and civil court proceedings as well as immigration issues. Others address leniency in sentencing due to hardship. Four new letters are for people seeking to defer jury duty for legitimate hardships such as breastfeeding, being a schoolteacher or having transportation issues.

LetterOfHardship.net also has articles with tips on writing various types of hardship letters ranging from mortgage refinancing to home rentals.

The letters can be downloaded in DOC format, or simply cut and paste the text directly from the web page. They’re all free to download, customize and print.

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Free Printable Award Certificates

May 15, 2017

I’ve added more than 50 new printable certificates to FreePrintableCertificates.net. This is a big batch that runs the gamut from cute awards for kids to formal job achievement certificates. With the addition of these new certificates, there are now more than 1,800 at the site. Each is free to download and print in PDF form […]

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Free Printable Flyer Templates

May 10, 2017

If you need a flyer for an event or sale, if you’ve lost something, or if are looking for an item, look no further than the 333 free printable flyer templates at PrintableFlyerTemplates.net. I recently added two dozen new flyers promoting everything from music recitals to panel discussions. These handbills and leaflets are all preformatted […]

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Printable Contract and Agreement Templates

May 1, 2017

Forty new printable contracts and agreements have been added to PrintableContracts.com, which is one of my most popular websites. There are now nearly 450 contracts at the site. The selection ranges from informal agreements with kids to official agreements. (As always, be sure to consult an attorney when you need one.) I’ve added new rental […]

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New Classroom Printables

April 22, 2017

Teachers, parents, and students alike can make use of the 25 new classroom printables that were recently added to the website TeachersPrintables.net. I launched this site back in 2008 to offer free and low-cost education printables and it’s grown to include nearly 1,300 forms, charts, worksheets, and organizers. The printables at TeachersPrintables.net complement the selection […]

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Earth Day Printables

April 18, 2017

Earth Day is April 22, but you can respect the environment every day with the help of free printables. Using printable paper means you can choose to only print the number of sheets that you need, saving not only paper but fuel (on trips to the store, or deliveries). Print a sheet or two of […]

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New Coloring Pages

April 12, 2017

Don’t miss the new printable coloring pages at FreePrintableColoringPages.net. I’ve just added a hundred designs. The addition of these new coloring pages means there are now 4,553 coloring pages at the site. I’ve added new ocean colorings pages such as mermaid, lobster, and crab designs. I’ve also added school-themed pages and fairy coloring pages. You’ll […]

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New Printable Paper and Budgets

April 5, 2017

My latest additions to PrintablePaper.net includes not only printable paper but a variety of new but budget templates and other specialty printables. There are now almost 1,700 printables at the site, and they all download instantly. There’s a free version of every printable. Editable DOC (Microsoft Word) versions of some, such as budgets and score […]

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Printable Family Trees

April 3, 2017

There are nearly two dozen new family tree templates at FamilyTreeTemplates.net, including versions with room to add even more family members and vital statistics than ever before. The 22 new family tree and genealogy chart designs are free as PDF you can print out and write on in pen, $4 per design for an editable […]

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