In order to help others get ready for back-to-school season, my friends and I put together some handy printables for free for our readers! You get all of these as a digital PDF download when you purchase! It’s 41 pages of helpful and fun ways to head back to school.
Back to School Printable Pack
1. Back to School Video Interview Questions and Instructions Printables
If you want a fun way to record your child each school year, I’ve made it easy with instructions on how to do a video interview, complete with age-appropriate questions to get you started.
2. Build a Healthy Lunch Printable
Lara from Overstuffed has included a printable to hang inside your pantry door to remind your kids what a balanced lunch actually looks like! This also means your kids can pack their own (healthy) lunches instead of you always doing it!
3. First Day and Last Day of School Printable Signs
Katie of Clarks Condensed has put together cute chalkboard printables for the first day of school and the last day of school for your child to hold up for their pictures on those days from Preschool to 12th grade! She even included an “I want to be: _____” on each one too.
4. Daily School Schedules
Hilary of Pulling Curls has put together some handy printables for moms who have kids at multiple schools to help you keep track of their (seemingly always) changing schedules. I can see this being super handy if for some reason someone else had to do drop off and pickups for a day or two. She’s also included an Emergency Contact Form so you can stop looking it up every time you are filling out paperwork… again.
She’s also included an Emergency Contact Form so you can stop looking it up every time you are filling out paperwork… again.
5. After School Checklist Printable
Annette from Tips from a Typical Mom included a fun after-school checklist printable to help your kids get those after-school tasks done right away so they can go and play. Put it in an 8×10 frame and the kids can use a dry erase marker to check off the things they’ve done. Easy peasy! And it keeps mom happy because she doesn’t have to keep on reminding the kids what to do!
Put it in an 8×10 frame and the kids can use a dry erase marker to check off the things they’ve done. Easy peasy! And it keeps mom happy because she doesn’t have to keep on reminding the kids what to do!
6. Back to School Countdown Printable
Jen from Your Everyday Family has a fun treasure map printable to help your child countdown to the start of school. Customize it with all the “to-do’s” you have to complete before the big day begins.
7. Lunch Box Notes Printables
Kristina from Mother’s Niche has included printable lunch box note starters to make it easy to connect with your child in a positive way during their school day. Just write a little note on it, and stick inside their lunch.
I hope you and your family have a great new school year!
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