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Monday, August 4, 2014

14 FREE Back to School Printables

August in Miami means lots of things: hot and humid days, more rain and back-to-school. We go back on August 18th and boy are the kids dreading it! I've purchased uniforms, back packs and school supplies so we are ready for the big day. This year Amberly, Adrian and Gian go back as third, second and first graders, respectively. I try to make their first day back special so we always take first day pictures and I include a special snack in their lunches. I love to use printables for their first day pictures. I've been scouring Pinterest for this year's pick and decided to round up my favorites from my fellow bloggers. These amazing ladies created these super cute printables and best of all, they are free!

Lauren created this adorable printable and a bunch of others that coordinate for a full back-to-school celebration!

The uber-talented Jaime from iheartnaptime created this set of Happy First Day printables. 

iheartorganizing has a great printable to get that back-to-school morning routine in order!

I love sneaking little notes into Adrian's lunchbox. Here are some cute ones from makeandtakes!

HowDoesShe has these cute signs for first day pictures! 

Are chalkboards more your thing? Oh So Printable has first day chalkboard signs just for you!

I Can Teach My Child has first day signs for the "big' grades: preschool, pre-k, 3rd and eighth grade!

I Should Be Mopping The Floor created these printables that come in handy from Preschool through Twelfth grade. These are perfect for those moms that like to keep their pictures coordinated year after year! Also, these printables were our pick for last year's first day pictures

East Coast Mommy created this adorable Grade 1, Here I Come printable!!

I love this back-to-school survey created by Poofy Cheeks! Let's see if I can get my kids to fill it out.

Kids bring home lots of paperwork and craft projects home from school. It's hard to keep things organized and that's why Thirty Handmade Days created these awesome school binder printables. Keep all the memories in one spot!

Run With Glitter created these labels and I love them for Amberly to use this year. She would get a kick out of the illustrations. 

Taking a test can stress anyone out. Encourage your little one on their first test with these awesome printables from Skip To My Lou. 

I like to decorate my home for back-to-school and this subway art from iheartcrafting blog would be perfect!!

When do your kids go back to school? Are they dreading it or are they super excited to go back?

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