No matter how you went to school this year, it’s time to celebrate the END and put up those Last Day of School Signs! Get out out the camera and say “cheese!” It’s over!
🎒 Why this Works
Time to Celebrate | It is over and the kids (and moms!) are so happy the end of the school year is here and it’s time to pull out the stops and celebrate.
Attractive | This set of three different signs are perfect to choose which way your kiddo went to school this year and commemorate the accomplishment.
Free | Who doesn’t love free? Plus the quality doesn’t feel free, which is just an added bonus.
📓 What’s Included
Last Day Traditional | This set includes all of the traditional grades for those kids who went back to a classroom setting this year.
Last Day Virtual | This set includes Pre-K through twelfth grade so it is easy to print about all the ones that apply to your family.
Last Day Distance | A lot of families were going distance learning this year so if your school district called it by this name, this is the one for you! You have signs from Pre-K and up.
Last Day Hybrid | So many of us had our kiddos go through Hybrid versions this year and we want to be able to snap those memories to look back on. All signs for Pre-K and up are included.
❗ Expert Tips
Since there are so many acceptable ways to get our kids through the education system, make sure to check out the Free Homeschool Binder Printable Set for those families choosing this avenue.
For those that struggled with Distance Learning or Hybrid classes, we have walked your shoes for five years and we would love to offer our help here with our Distance Learning Success Tips.
Moms, if you are feeling overwhelmed and just can’t get a grip, I have Eight Tips to be an Organized Mom to help you out.
These are so simple to use. Since they are all free for you, use as many as you like and share with friends.
Step One: Enter your email address below and I will send you to a page where you can grab it.
Step Two: Click the file on your email. You do not have to print the entire PDF. Press FILE -> PRINT -> Look at the PAGES to print and only print off the ones that you need so you don’t waste the ink.
Step Three: Allow the pages a couple of minutes to dry and then start having your kids pose for photos.
Step Four: Leave a comment on how you liked them!
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