Kevin Savetz has launched a new templates site. This one is for blackline masters — templates and worksheets for teachers and homeschoolers (and now I have learned a new vocabulary word.) There are currently over 60 of them available at http://www.blacklinemasters.net/.
There are four categories: Flags, Maps, Math, and Specialty. Blacklines include a clock face template, periodic table, and several country maps. (Hey, about some state maps?)
I must admit, this collection got me looking for more templates. Why aren’t there blacklines for individual states, for example? So I did a little searching and found some other ones you might find useful.
This collection from About.com focuses on math.
abcteach.com offers all kinds of teaching tools, including printables.
A to Z Teacher Stuff has printables in a variety of categories.
Here’s a list of literature blacklines.
This is not an area where I have done a lot of research, but this brief searching has made me curious. Do you have a favorite place for getting blacklines? Leave a note in the comments!
That’s a new vocabulary word for me, too. About.com has blank and outline maps at http://geography.about.com/od/blankmaps/Blank_and_Outline_Maps.htm