Cute free printable first day of school signs for all grades so you can rock that first day photo.
9 Free Printable First Day of School Signs For All Grades
It’s back to school season again and soon it will be time for the back to school picture. There’s way too much to do on that first day to spend a lot of time on the picture. Print one of these cute first day of school signs for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade, on up through high school and college. Each back to school sign has a blank option to write in your own first day item. I love this quick and easy first day photo option because we are always rushing around the first day anyway.
Basic Back to School Signs
First Day Sign with Arrow – This is our first sign and has continued to be popular for years.
Basic First Day Sign – This sign is new this year and is my new favorite.
First Day of School Sign with Pencil – Color the pencil or leave it black and white.
Notebook Paper First Day Sign – I love how this one looks like a piece of notebook paper.
First Day of School Sign – This sign has a fun bold rustic font.
Colorful First Day of School Sign – This one is for those who don’t mind using some color ink.
Customizable Fill In Back to School Signs
Notebook Paper First Day of School Fill In Sign – Answer a few questions to remember about their first day.
First Day of School Pencil Sign Fill In – So you can remember their teacher’s name and what they want to be when they grow up.
First Day of School All About Me Sign – This one has a little more info to fill in.
Basic Fill in First Day Sign – This one just asks to fill in what they want to be and their favorite things.
For best results, save the image to your computer before printing. I find it easiest to first click on the image to enlarge it, then drag and drop the image to my desktop, then print it from there.
Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.
More Back to School Printables
Back to School Notebook Paper Banner – Make a banner to celebrate.
Back to School I Spy – Use this fun activity great for kids of all ages.
Crayon Banner – Print and hang these crayons as they are or edit to include words.
All About Me Interview – Use the first day interview with students or at the start of each year with your child.
Pencil Banner Letters – Create any back to school message with this pencil banner.
I often get asked what paper I recommend. For regular copy paper this 5 ream case of paper is one of the better deals. For cardstock I really like this card stock paper on amazon. It is much cheaper than I have found in stores and has a good thickness for most projects without being so thick that it jams the printer.
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