Family tree software is great. We can add a wealth of information about our ancestors, and it’s conveniently searchable and sortable.
But every now and then I still like to see a printed family tree, especially when I’m working on a specific branch and I don’t want to be distracted by the endless supply of mysteries waiting to be solved. That’s where printable family tree charts come in. Plus, they’re a great way to get your kids involved in genealogy!
If you’d like to create a simple printed version of your family tree, here are some places where you can find free family tree chart printables:
- Ancestry.com’s downloadable charts
- Buzzle — Family Tree Charts for Children
- Family Tree University
- Pinterest — Users share family tree charts from all around the web, and some of them are absolutely beautiful.
Do you have any favorite family tree charts not mentioned here? Tell me about them in the comments.