My kids have been using this first day of school free printable sign for the last 6 years. I love it. I love that I see it pop up in my friends’ pictures on Facebook this times of year. But I also love to change things up every once in awhile, so I have a new first day of school sign for the kids to hold up in pictures this year.
Simple, and to the point. I put it in all black and white for those of you who may not have color printers. The graphics are also minimal so if you’re hitting this page 10 minutes before your darlings run out the door, your free printable back to school sign isn’t going to take very long to print. I feel your pain, mommas. Sometimes preparedness for these things happens only the minute before the photo is taken.
Click on the grade level below to download your sign. For Pre-K to 6th grade, I’ve left a spot to write in your teacher and the date–I see lots of people writing that in, so thought it would be fun to make it part of the design! The files are in PDF, and only need Adobe Acrobat to open.
Hope these signs make the first day of school just a little bit brighter! And easier!
First Day of School Signs for Parents
So this year, as my dear children were heading out the door, I ran off a few signs for mom and dad for the first day of school. They were super popular with everyone on my personal and Instagram business pages. The “First day by myself” sign has a blank space for you to write in whatever number you need.
And yes, I did in fact wear that sparkly dress with hair that just rolled out of bed to drop the kids off to school…the freshman was really happy that her dad took her that day. The middle school boy did not care. Not to worry, did I promise a car loop pick up wearing sequins and combat boots in the near future.
I get to go to work sign! My husband really wasn’t upset to take this photo–it’s just the face he makes when I ask him to take what he thinks is a dumb picture. His straight man just makes it funnier in my opinion!
Download both these signs here and fun up your first day of school posts on social media. Sequin dress optional!