This is a one-page landscape XLSX file containing two sides with the same material. I made the sheet this way so that I could print multiple copies for students' reference and the copies would easily fit into their notebooks.
The charts contain 15 irregular verb conjugations in Italian: avere, essere, stare, andare, potere, volere, dovere, bere, dire, dare, fare, sapere, venire, uscire, and piacere (only for pl. 1st and 3rd person- as well as indirect object pronouns used: mi, ti, gli/le, ci, vi, gli). Translations of each verb are also included. Each verb has 6 forms (for io, tu, lui/lei/Lei, noi, voi, loro/Loro) except "piacere".
I used this chart with my Italian 2 students, but it could certainly be used in Italian 1 and Italian 3 classes as well.
* Please note I am providing this XLSX file created on Excel 2013 so that you may edit this document according to your classroom needs. If you do not have Excel 2013, I am also selling this document on my store as a PDF file.