First Day Of School Printables: For Kids And Mom

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It’s back to school time and what better way to show off your sweet student(s) than taking some fun photos! A lot of kiddos can have first day jitters. Add some silliness to your morning before school and send your little ones off with a smile.

Capture your back-to-schooler with our cute and simple First Day Of School printables with 4 easy steps.

1) Click it

2) Print it

3) Snap it

4) Post it (Facebook or Instagram)

We love our readers and want to share  your first day of school memories. So remember to use hashtag #nphxmoms when sporting and your image could be selected and reposted on our Instagram feed.

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PRINTABLES:

Click here for  Preschool

Click here for Kindergarten

Click here for First Grade

Click here for Second Grade

Click here for Third Grade

Click here for Fourth Grade

Click here for Fifth Grade

Click here for Sixth Grade

Click here for Seventh Grade

Click here for Eighth Grade

We’ve even got your high schoolers and YOU MOMS taken care of!

Click here for Ninth Grade

Click here for Tenth Grade

Click Here for Eleventh Grade

Click here for Twelfth Grade

** Click here for MOMS only**

Get creative and make it fun, remember they are only kids once!

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Happy back to school and happy snapping.

Malia B.

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Malia is a wife, mom of three pretty amazing kids, an addict to anything sweet and the owner of Malia B Photography. She is a sucker for emotion, creativity and being unique. After being an elementary school teacher for 6 years, she decided to close the teaching books and open her passion and shutterbug skills to photographing newborns, children and expecting parents. She hasn’t looked back since and now gets to spend her days capturing the greatness in babies and children, along with helping educate parents and photographers on how to capture theirs in photographs. When she is not behind the camera, she is cooking with her kids, pruning her garden or designing custom photography props.

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