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First Day of School Printable Signs

by Ashley Butler

diy

August 7, 2013

First Day of School Signs

If you haven't started a tradition with taking your kiddos first day of school picture, it's not too late! We've made you some "first day of school" printables for you to use. You can print all of them out and stick them in a folder so that every year you can grab one and snap a picture. I think having pictures and seeing the clothes that were worn will help create more vivid memories down the road. I made a spot for a signature too so that you can compare handwriting. Or you can just write the first day of school date instead. Now, I'm going to go cry in a room at the thought of my kids starting school (someday).

Instructions:

  • Print on letter sized, heavy weight paper
  • Cut out the shape and have your child sign the blank banner or you can write the date in.
  • Give the sign to that beautiful child of yours and have them strike a pose!

Happy memories!!

 

Download your grade-appropriate sign here:

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Ashley is one of the two girls behind The Pinning Mama. Blogging has become her creative outlet where she can share her creativity, thoughts and “pin tests.” Make sure that you follow them on Pinterest and Facebook to hear about their newest crafts, recipes and exclusives free printables; come over and play! 

Related topics: Fall, Organization, Parenting, School

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