Inside: Learn how to make a really cool All About Me Worksheet for any age group, including teens and adults. Or, print off some of the free options and have the child fill them out.

Sending any young child out into the world is scary. Meeting new teachers can be nerve-wracking for kids, and for moms. Additionally, if we throw in some medical concerns, safety concerns and communication issues, and sometimes its a wonder how we do this.

There are two reasons a person makes an All About Me worksheet. Either it’s a parent like myself, introducing their child to a new team at school, usually an IEP team.

A notebook with an "all about me" worksheet and a lot of different items on it.

Or, you’re a teacher looking for All About Me worksheets to use in your classroom, most often at back to school time.

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Here is the PDF All About Me Worksheet shown above. There are plenty more throughout this article.

All About Me Worksheet for Teens

My son has multiple seizures a day and is a choking risk for eating and feeding. So believe me I get it when parents are nervous about sending their kids into new environments who don’t know the child.

I have more All About Me Worksheets for Teens in the PDF window if you scroll down.

What I like about this All About Me Worksheet is that even though he’s a teenager now, it’s not babyish. I can just change out the photo, update the information and it’s still a great handout. It also emphasizes learning styles and self reflection.

A screen shot of an "all about me" worksheet.

If you are looking for free PDF printable All About Me worksheets, here is an assortment to choose from.

Here is that PDF All About Me Worksheet for Teens.

All About Me Printable

He’s also non-speaking so he is unable to tell me stories about what happened during his day. I rely on his daily communication log a great deal.

During back to school time, this is a huge concern for families like ours.

Our different challenges mean we have extra concerns, and during August I will hear at least a thousand different versions of “how will my teacher know…” or “what if they don’t read the IEP on the first day?” and similar concerns.

I like the simplicity of this All About Me Worksheet. Simple, black and white, very little visual clutter.

An all about me worksheet designed for self-portrait activities.

Here is that PDF.

FREE All About Me Worksheet

I also have templates for a IEP at a Glance if that is what you are looking for.

You can bring it to Back to School Night or your before-school meet and greet. If your school doesn’t do those, email it beforehand with an introduction.

Open, friendly communication can really set the tone for a successful school year.

Some of these All About Me Worksheets for Schools, are also good for use in the classroom. There are many that you can print out and have the students complete.

This one is pretty simple too.

All about me worksheet template.

Here is that black and white all about me printable PDF.

There are options for all age groups, including All About Me for Adults.

PDF All About Me

And, here are few more!

An all about me worksheet on a pink background.

Here is that corresponding printable.

How to Make an “All About Me Sheet” on Canva

This is for parents who are creating an All About Me sheet to introduce their child to a new IEP team or teacher.

  1. Include your child to the maximum extent possible. Self Advocacy and Self Determination begins here!
  2. Canva is better for pictures. If you want to add pictures and graphics, I recommend Canva. A basic account is free and you can use it for anything. I use it for Christmas cards and birthday party invitations.
  3. Open the template and “make a copy.” That way if you go in too deep and make some formatting changes that you cannot correct, you have a clean copy.
  4. Start editing. If you look on the left, you’ll have other template options.
    If you look on the upper left side, there is a spot to click “undo.” That button is your friend.
  5. Once you have it the way you want, you download it. You have several options including PNG and PDF format. PDF is what I recommend for printing.
  6. Have fun! Have fun with it. They have a zillion fonts and a zillion color choices.

Author’s Note: You sign up for a free account on, and then you can choose and edit your own All About Me Worksheet. Or, they have a bunch of other cute templates. Then when you’re done, you can save it as a PDF for printing.

Here’s how you make a printable for your child. Don’t be afraid of Canva–and I have troubleshooting tips below.

You can make it a printable PDF or a digital version to include in email. Both will be professional and gorgeous to look at. Most importantly, it will be memorable which is what you want.

A few tips: You must have a Canva account, but they offer free accounts.

And trust me, you’ll come back for Christmas cards, party invitations, you name it!

For me, using Canva was a bit of a learning curve. But once I got used to it I love it.

Print and take to back to school nights, Meet and Greets, maybe even first night of things like Scouts and team sports.

This is what mine looks like finished.

Kevin's all about me worksheet resume template.

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