These First Day of School Signs for Traditional, Virtue and Distance Learning are the perfect add on for your first day of school photos – no matter how you are going to school this year.
After going school shopping to get organized and getting your family’s life back to a routine, who doesn’t love to have the kiddos stand in front of the door on the first day of school to have the classic photos taken? I match them up with the end of the year photos…and reminisce on how much they have grown. It is insane how fast they grow, right?
We can all still do that even if this is the year that your child is embarking on an alternative academic plan. So, please have each kiddo stand in front of the door and get a snapshot to commemorate the day and what it means to start a new school year.
🎒 First Day Printable
We’ve created alternative signs to help you create your own scrapbook of memories. It doesn’t matter if they are going to school Traditionally or through Distance Learning or Virtual Learning this year. Depending on which delivery style your child is doing, we’ve got you covered, so let’s get started! Download, print and take photos.
There are signs for Pre-K through 12th grade ready to print in an 8.5” x 11” sized paper. All printables are for personal use only and not to be distributed commercially.
There are signs here for Pre-K through 12th grade. This set is fantastic as it has a BLANK version too so you can use it for any other purpose you have. A lot of parents love to have their college kids (watch them roll their eyes!) take photos. There is a generic page that is perfect for those occasions.
Distance Learning Classes
This term received a lot of buzz starting in Spring 2020 and if your school district is continuing to use it, these signs are for you! This can be for kids that are going to school from home with classes that are online.
🖨️ How To Print (all three versions on one PDF)
Step One: Add your email address to the form, and we’ll email these directly to your inbox. All three of the styles are combined into one file so you don’t have to make any decisions now.
Step Two: Open the pdf on your computer and look at the print preview. Set the file to print in the right direction on your printer. If it isn’t, change the orientation.
Step Three: Only print the pages you need. This version sends you ALL THREE VERSIONS OF FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. I always seem to accidentally print the whole file!
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