Tim’s Printables is an educational website started by illustrator Tim van de Vall in 2012. The purpose of Tim’s Printables is to provide a comprehensive library of educational resources for kids, parents, and teachers. These materials focus on the following grade levels: Preschool, Kindergarten, and First through Fifth Grade.
About Tim van de Vall
Tim van de Vall has been creating printables for kids since 2012. Through Tim’s Printables, Tim is able to combine his love of illustration with his passion for learning.
Tim began drawing at a very young age. He graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computational Media in 2010. After college, he worked as an illustrator for an ad agency. In 2012 he quit his job and started his own online business and blog, which has developed into Tim’s Printables.
Tim is also the creator and cartoonist for the family-friendly comic strip, Ergo. The characters from Ergo regularly appear in Tim’s Printables.
“My goal is to spark creativity in kids. I want to provide them with quality resources they can use in order to discover, create, and play.”
This Ergo comic strip summarizes the concepts that inspire Tim to draw.
Mission, Vision, and Core Values
Our mission, our vision, and our core values:
And this is how it all started:
23 thoughts on “About Tim’s Printables”
Can I donate math worksheets I created to you. Love what you do here would like to help expanded it. This is a great resource for homeschooling parents as well.
Hi Tim! I am interested in using the visual you created about Maslov in a book I have coming out. Can you please email me so we can set up a time to connect?
You can buy a commercial license here: http://shop.timvandevall.com/product/maslows-hierarchy-of-needs-illustration-for-commercial-use/
I work for a church and would like to use one of your game board templates (the woodland one) for a Christmas activity for our families. Do I have permission to copy and give away to our families? Love your website and your fun resources!
Yes that’s fine:)
My name is nari. I am a librarian teacher at Korea Elementary School. I used your board game materials for library classes(Board Game Template #3). Our children loved it very much. I would like to use your board game template as one of the reading materials for other teachers. I want to know if it is against copyright.
As long as it’s used for noncommercial purposes, you’re welcome to use it!
Hi, I’m a mom of a preschooler and my child was given your “The Letter F” sheet as a homework. I’m contacting you because I Would like to know (if that OK) what is the animal that is in the second column on first row. Please.. Is it a Lion? Panther?
I find your work amazing!! Keep going, you are so helpful with all these Printables.
Thanks a lot.
Lol it’s a wolf. I guess I need to redraw that one to make it a bit more clear:)
I am a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine. I am an English teacher at a small school in a small town. We are currently compiling our summer camp lesson plans into a booklet to be published by our region’s Department of Education. The goal of the publication is to help other teachers utilize online resources and integrate other subjects into their English lessons. May I include some of your printable in the publication? As far as I know, the booklet will be given to teachers free of charge and I would, of course, acknowledge your copyright and include a link to your website with each activity. 🙂
Yes that’s fine. Thanks for asking.
Perfect! Thank you for all these wonderful resources and for letting me include a few in our booklet!
My name is Nadine. Your website is awesome! I am working on a non-profit project to teach math and science fun and meaningful using art and lifestyle skills. May I use some of your resources?
Of course! That’s what they’re here for:) Download and print as many as you like.
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful games and comics with us. Would it be alright if I used your “Spot the Difference” picture as an activity for a non-profit Fall Festival at my church, of course with copyright acknowledged?
Of course! That’s what they’re here for:)
Good luck at the festival!
It’s a small world! I’m a native-born Idahoan who is now a children’s librarian in Michigan. Just like Mackie, I too would like to get permission to use your amazing printables at my public library. All use would be for educational purposes, non-profit, and copyright acknowledged. May I do so?
Hi Mary Ann! Yes, that’s what they’re here for:) Please include them in your library, and share with your friends and colleagues.
My name is Mackie and I am a Children’s Librarian in Boise, ID. I’m doing a Fall Reading Program starting in September. I came across your treasure hunt board game printable and I would love to use it as my game board for the program. I just wanted to make sure that was okay with you.
Yes that’s fine:)
Yes, that’s fine. Good luck with the reading program!