Download your free First day of School Interview Printable - an awesome keepsake!
Here in this part of New Hampshire, it seems like we start much later than a lot of other places, so you'll forgive me for not publishing this soon!
I love this because it can be as interactive as you want it to be with your kiddos writing their own name on the line. The download also includes a blank page with the same border. Your little one can draw a picture about their day, while older ones can write in more detail about their day (you know, if you beg and plead!).
Of course, it's great for grownups, if they want to record a memory or two on the blank page, too! Plus I love that I can put a photo onto the page to remember exactly what she looked like.
🖨️ Tips for Printing
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- Select the highest print quality under your printer settings.
- Check that the printer is not running low on ink.
- These printables use a lot of ink so take care removing them from the printer so as not to smudge them.
Printer recommendation: I have used Canon printers for many years, and now have a Pixma model that I love. It is simple to use and produces good quality.
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📷 Looking Back
This is a look back at Olivia's first day in "nursery" - she was 3-½ and has always known she's hot stuff. Look out world!
Ang Paris says
Thanks! Happy first day! If you're on IG, I'd love for you to tag @jugglingactmama so I can see how you used it with your little one 🙂