1st Day of School Signs :: Free Printables ::

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While “Not All Parents are Ready for School to Start,” the first day is still on its way. When it arrives, our news feeds will be filled with bright smiles, cool new gear, and first day of school signs. 

In an effort to help you get ready (and minimize your to-do list), we put together these ready-to-print first day of school signs. Be sure to share them on social media and use the hashtag – #wcmbBack2School2018

First Day of Preschool Printable

First Day of Pre-K Printable

First Day of Kindergarten Printable

First Day of 1st Grade Printable

First Day of 2nd Grade Printable

First Day of 3rd Grade Printable

First Day of 4th Grade Printable

First Day of 5th Grade Printable

First Day of 6th Grade Printable

First Day of 7th Grade Printable

First Day of 8th Grade Printable

First Day of High School Printable

First Day of Sophomore Year Printable

First Day of Junior Year Printable

First Day of Senior Year Printable

Are you ready for back-to-school? Check out our Back-to-School guide for tips to get you all set!

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Leah lived in New York City for most of her life and moved to Westchester County in 2011 to blend and extend her family with an adorable high school Math teacher she met on Match.com. After 7 years of staying home and working part-time, she is back to the full time grind, commuting to the Bronx daily in her minivan a.k.a. trusty mommy wagon (this city girl’s first and only car). This full-time working, part-time blogging mother-of-4 seems to have it all together to the observer. In fact, part of this illusion is truly having the most amazingly resilient children a mother could ask for. Leah is an overthinking, jam pack the agenda, let loose when no one’s watching, be kind to your neighbor, sanity don’t fail me now kind of soul and she loves being a part of Westchester County Moms Blog. She strives to keep her kids super busy with a wide variety and good balance of academic, social, and athletic activities while desperately managing her home and budget.