School is starting and it’s time for those back-to-school photos. Use these First Day of School Signs to take pictures of your child as they begin the new school year.
Are you ready for your kids to head back to school? I have to admit that I’m sad that summer is ending but I’m looking forward to getting back into the school routine. We’ve all been staying up a little too late these past few weeks.
This is an exciting year in our house because Connor is starting 8th grade and Easton is going into first grade. I still can’t believe I have a teenager. And, as we head back to school, we all know we have to take those obligatory first day of school pictures. It’s always fun to look back and see how much they’ve changed from the first day of school to the last and I love seeing how much they’ve changed from one year to the next.
Free Printable First Day of School Signs
I actually made these First Day of School Chalkboard Signs last year for few friends and finally decided to share them here. I’ve created a sign for preschool, kindergarten, middle school, high school and grades 1-12. If you need another version, please feel free to email me.
What’s included in this collection?
- Watch Out Preschool Here I Come?
- Watch Out Kindergarten Here I Come!
- Watch Out Middle School Here I Come!
- Watch Out First Grade – Twelfth Grage Here I Come!
I’ve made it so easy for you to download this awesome First Day of School Sign Collection. Just add your name and email in the form below and this freebie will be delivered right to your inbox. Then, open your email and save the PDF file to your computer. It’s that easy! Once the PDF is saved to your computer, just print and your child is ready for their first day of school photo shoot.
How to Print First Day of School Signs
I highly recommend printing these printables on white cardstock. Cardstock is thicker than regular paper and works better with printables that require a lot of ink like these chalkboard signs. When I’ve tried to print on regular printer paper I’ve found that the ink causes the paper to wrinkle a little especially if the printable requires a lot of ink.
I also recommend using a professional printing service to get the best quality. I go to Office Depot or Staples a lot to print my printables. I’ve also used Shutterfly and Walgreens to print large printables. Most printables use a lot of ink so it may even save you money to get them professionally printed.
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