Are you looking for a beautiful family tree template for a craft or school project, to display in your home or share with family? A blank, printable family tree can be used for all of these purposes and more. The trick is finding one that’s styled just right for your needs – which is why we have created four unique (and free) family tree options that you can easily print out.
You’ll find images of all of the tree templates below. To use one in your project simply click on the tree itself (or the link under the image) to open a large PDF version which you can download or print. The trees are designed to be printed on standard 8.5 x 11 office paper at the correct resolution so please do not print the image on this page or your tree may come out blurry. Use the provided PDF.
All of our tree templates include spaces for four to five generations – children or parents at the bottom, then grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great-grandparents at the very top or sides. If you are using one of these for a child’s school project you could easily write the child’s name at the top or bottom of the page if no space is included.
Try These 4 Free Family Tree Templates
First up is a family tree chart with a basic design in black and white for easy printing. This printable would be a great starting point for kids or teens who want learn more about their family tree or as a fun project to work on with a parent or grandparent. Even better, the simplicity of this family tree makes it useful in so many different ways, from scrapbooking to simply organizing your genealogy research.
Click here for a print-ready PDF of this family tree. Printing the above image will likely result in a blurry tree on standard size paper so please use the high-quality provided PDF.
Next up is a printable family tree featuring a little more color and texture, plus plenty of room to fill in the names of your ancestors with space left over for some additional details like date of birth.
This family tree would make a great addition to any scrapbook or as a point of reference to take along to a family reunion or other get-together – you could even frame it and hang in on the wall. Use the blank banner at the base of the tree to include any labels or extra information you might wish to feature on your family tree.
This next printable genealogy template is geared toward the kids or grandkids in your life. With bright colors and plenty of space in each box, little hands will have no trouble filling in each box with those special people that belong to their family tree.
This printable would make a great activity for kids of any age, or really anyone who enjoys a little whimsy in their lives. Use it for a fun weekend activity with the grandkids, as a homeschool worksheet, for an assigned school project, or even as a handout for a group.
Last of all, the most decorative of the free family tree templates. This printable would be a good choice if you’re looking for a blank family tree to complete, frame, and display in your home. It would also be great included in a scrapbook or filled out, framed, and given as a special gift to a child, sibling or parent.
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The blank oval spaces can easily accommodate the names of your ancestors and other important details. Feeling really creative? You could even use the oval spaces as little picture frames that feature photos of your family members.
So, there you have it! Happy printing!
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Thank you to Kate Jackson, Family History Daily Associate Editor and Pinterest Manager, for creating these beautiful templates.