Charts can be an easy to way to organize and show off the hard work you have put into researching your family tree. They come in a variety of formats and sizes. Many are available for free. Check out these free genealogy resources for charts. To view, download and print most of these charts, you will need Adobe Reader (a free download).
Misbach Enterprises Charts-Offers some unique charts that I have not saw before, including an actual picture of a tree that you put the names on the leaves and a picture pedigree charts that fits 6 generations. They had a couple other regular charts as well. All charts are in PDF format so you can print them or download to your computer. Do note that only the charts on the linked page are free. They do offer other charts for a fee.
FamilySearch Pedigree Chart-Another free genealogy resource from the great people at FamilySearch. This is a 3 generation chart. It allows for expansion by giving you area to reference a chart that continues the original.
5 Generation Pedigree Chart-From the Hamersley Family Website, this chart fit 5 generations of family. Like the chart from FamilySearch, it allows for expansion.
Free Family Tree Charts-This site offers several types of family tree charts, including several with graphics. Definitely check the graphic ones out if you are doing a family tree scrapbook as they make an excellent addition, adding punch and interest to the pages.