Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Free Back-to-School Printables!

So many of us are close to that bittersweet phrase, "Back-to-School".  There's a wonderful excitement when starting a new school year with new students, but feelings of sadness arise because it marks the end of Summer.  The much needed Summer we all deserve I might add!
To help prepare for Back-to-School, I have a great set of printables available for you today, in celebration of Worksheet Wednesday.  This Wednesday's celebration is hosted by The Teaching Tribune.  Make sure to stop by there later to snag up many more wonderful printables just for you!

These printables are for students to draw their portraits on the first day of school.  As a bonus, I've even added printables to capture their last day of school, so you can compare their growth!  They are available for Preschool through Fifth Grade.  These would be perfect for student portfolios to keep throughout the school year.  I hope you can use these printables!

I'm also teaming up with Wordless Wednesday.   My photo for today is of Garyn making a contained mess!  We were making Oobleck (Dr. Seuss Slime) for a guest post I'm doing for my friend Laura.  I'll let you know when it gets posted so you check out all our messy Oobleck adventures!

Have a wonderful worksheet  and wordless Wednesday friends!


  1. Thanks so much for sharing such a wonderful freebie for Worksheet Wednesday!!! So glad I found your blog through the linky party!! Isn't making Ooblek so much fun?? One of our favorite activities to do during our celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday.

    1. Hello Erin! Thanks so much for visiting! I appreciate your kind comments and hope you can come again soon. I'm off to visit your blog in a few...

  2. Love this! I plan on using it on the first day with my class. Thank you :)
    Preschool Wonders

    1. Yay! Thanks so much and I know your kids will just love it! Thanks for visiting and I hope you can come back soon! Cara;)

  3. What a cute page! I love having the students make a self portrait on the first day and then on the last day. Seeing the growth a student can make in a year is amazing!
    Pocket of Preschool.

  4. Oh, I love that happy faced boy's picture! Garyn is a cutie. What a photogenic helper you have!
    Burke's Special Kids


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