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All About Me Poster
There are two versions of this free printable all about me poster: one for students and one for a teacher. You can either upload a photo before you print or you can print a blank poster and then draw a photo.
Use this version if you want to add your photos before you print. There are two options: one for a student and one for a teacher. You can either upload a photo for each student or you can give them the link and ask them to upload and print it.
What is the difference between the version for the students and the teacher?
On the all-about-me teacher version, there is no question asking about age, birth date, and what I want to be when I am big.
How to add a photo?
- Click on the version with the photo above. The online app will open. You will see two options there: one for students and one for teachers. Select the version you want to use.
- Click on the camera icon. Select the photo from your PC and click on it. It should fill the frame automatically. However, if it doesn’t, move the photo around until it fills the frame. You can also drag it to the right or left to make it bigger or smaller.
- When you are satisfied with your photo, you can move on to the next one.
- Repeat the steps above to insert the next photo.
Is there a version without a photo?
Yes. There are 36 pages in the workbook above. You can create a poster using any of the pages. There is a similar page there with no photos.
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All About Me Worksheet / Journal
This is a 36-page All About Me worksheet journal. Put it somewhere safe when it is complete. It will make a beautiful keepsake journal your children will cherish when they are older.
There are a lot of all about me questions in this workbook. If you don’t like any of them then simply don’t print that page.
All About Me Preschool and Kindergarten
When you use this journal with preschoolers, you can ask them to draw an answer to each question. If you use it in kindergarten, you can combine writing and drawing. Students can write answers that they know how to write (such as their name) and they can draw the rest of the answers. You can also sit together with the child and write the answers that they want you to write.
At this age, you can either give them the printed workbook to complete or they can type on the digital version.