Some Fun Back-To-School Traditions

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Twas The Night Before The First Day Of School and All Through The House Everyone Is Sleeping….. or maybe not!  Maybe Your Child Is A Little Anxious Or Dreading The Return Of School.

Back to school supplies.

 Let Me Help With That With Some Of The CUTEST “Back To School Ideas” This Year!! 

Back-To_School Poster Printable….. kids rip-off the tabs (which include rewards & promote moving their bedtime up a wee earlier each night)


 Get students excited for school by setting aside some locker-craft time.



Receive a visit from The Magic School Bus – If you’re a fan of the Easter Bunny, Santa Clause, The Leprechaun, Tooth Fairy … all those things, then this is right up your alley! 

With a knock at the door kids are greeted with a special message and some fun school supplies and a little gift  to get them ready for the first day!


 What teacher would’t like to have a pretty Bouquet of Flowers on their first day back to school? This DIY Back to School Teacher Gift is easy to make and inexpensive, but will be sure to bring out a smile.  

What teacher would't like to have a pretty bouquet of flowers on their first day back to school? This DIY Back to School Teacher Gift is easy to make and inexpensive, but will be sure to bring out a smile.:


Make a Summer Memory Book..I saw this idea on Balancing Beauty and Bedlam. It would be a fun tradition to make little summer albums together as a family, on the weekend before school starts.  To remember all the fun you had!  I love this idea!  The memory book could be as simple or as elaborate as you like (patterned papers, photo mats, stickers…)


 Make back to school a celebration with a special breakfast. Your kids  will be looking forward to the first day when they start things off right with a tasty breakfast and a few unexpected treats.



The first day of school is a perfect time to measure your child!  Take another measurement on the last day of school and compare to see how he or she has grown!  Find out how to make this adorable ruler growth chart  HERE.


DIY Back to School Projects for Teens and Tweens – Locker Decoration Ideas – Customized School Supplies and Organizers – accessories and more for the do it yourself  TEENs or TWEENs. 


 Many people snap a quick first day of school picture with the kids dressed in their new school clothes. This year dress up this tired tradition by having the kids hold up a sign or a chalkboard showing off what grade they are starting.

Free printable “Class Of” signs for back to school photo booth. ( via Capturing Joy With Kristen Duke)


Letter to my child: Some parents write a letter on the first day of school, which their child can read on the bus or during a free moment at school.

Your letter might offer encouragement or point out specific things your child did that made you proud. Consider saving a copy of each year’s letter for your child to reread at high school or college graduation.

Here is a fun printable you can add with that letter from the Back To School Fairy.


Elf on the shelf postcard If your little ones are fans of Elf on the Shelf, you might want to check out the FREE printable first day of school postcard here. {Click on the link for more details.}

Elf on the Shelf Card_first day of school_elfie


Get Organized and make this Back to school station at The 36th Avenue

Don’t you  just LOVE this cute FREE Printable Snack Note? So Adorable!  One Charming Party has this FREE Printable Apple Note for you.
 Help your pre-teen or teen go back to school in style with these FAB diy locker art ideas from RoomMomSpot.
“I love the idea of lunch box notes. You can also write notes on napkins. To show your love it doesn’t have to be fancy.”
You will love this Krafty Back to School Notebook Makeover from Chrissy over at The Taylor House.

 School days create memories that last a lifetime. By starting a first day of school  tradition, you add additional memories of family times  that will be meaningful for years to come. And who knows – you may be starting a cherished tradition that will be passed on to future generations!




What back-to-school traditions does your family do?

Celebrate Back to School!





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