Free Printables for Back to School
It’s almost that time. Get ready to say farewell to the laid-back summer days and hello to the hustle and bustle that the school year brings. Before you know it, you’ll be packing lunches, helping with homework, and getting back into the regular routine. Fortunately, there are some great printables available to help get the kiddos organized and excited to go back to school.
Every parent takes the obligatory first-day-of-school picture but, as the years go by, it can be hard to remember which grade correlates with each year. Remodelaholic offers a free printable for parents to memorialize the joyous first day.
With classwork and homework, students can get tunnel vision when it comes to remembering other daily responsibilities outside of school. Blogger Jaime put together a fantastic daily checklist to keep kids organized and remind them of their daily to-do list.
If you’re a list person, then Kristin, the blogger behind Yellow Bliss Road, has a great back-to-school checklist printable. Since there are so many things parents and children must both accomplish, this inclusive list is a great way to remember all of the important things that may slip your mind. Kristin’s list also provides a timetable that will help to reduce stress.
Our back-to-school checklist here on Learning Liftoff provides a list categorized by preparation, organization, and purchases. There is also a section that allows parents to write down additional tasks to be completed.
If you’re in need of organizational printables to keep your household together, you can check out Rebecca’s free bundle that includes a daily to-do list, weekly planner, meal planner/grocery list, and a 2016 calendar. These printables will help you maintain a record of top priorities.
Lunches can be a difficult task for parents because they have to come up with fresh new ideas to pack and the time to prepare. The blogger behind Diary of a Recipe Collector has a fun lunch calendar printable that makes lunch planning simple enough for children to get involved in the preparation.
Lunch Box Printables
Jazz up your child’s lunch box with some great printables. There are several bloggers who offer free lunchbox jokes and love notes. These fun printables will put a smile on your student’s face and remind them that you’re always thinking of them.
Angela Guzman is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff. She has interviewed notable celebs such as Reese Witherspoon, Dwyane Wade, and Hugh Jackman. With a degree in journalism from Old Dominion University, she strives to inspire others through her writing. She enjoys long walks at Target with a Starbucks drink in hand. When she’s not busy writing, she loves spending time with her husband and their two daughters.