First Day of School Printable Signs


Summer is starting to wind down, and back-to-school craziness is about to hit full steam. The first day of school is right around the corner, which means it’s almost time for those obligatory back-to-school photos! Like many of you, I take these photos of my boys every year and love looking back to see how much they grow from the first day to the last. How do they grow so much in one school year?! I will be that mom snapping pictures when they are in their last year of high school just so I can compare their Kinder picture to their senior picture!

We have made it easy for you this year. These cute signs will make a great addition to those precious back-to-school photos.

This set includes 15 signs that cover preschool all the way to 12th grade. You can easily print them from your printer. I suggest printing them on cardstock so the paper is a little sturdier when holding it up. You can also easily trim them down with scissors if you want to put the sign in a frame, in which case I recommend removing the glass prior to taking a picture to omit any glare from appearing in the photo. 

We would love to see these prints and those adorable back-to-school photos on Instagram! Use #acmbfirstday so that we can check them out! Hope you and your kiddos have a great first day!

Tori is originally from Florida, but has traveled across the United States with her husband, Jeremy, for the past 10 years. She recently moved from Los Angeles to San Antonio two years ago and has been enjoying exploring the City. She is a mom of two boys, Brendan (7) and Ryan (4). She graduated from University of Central Florida with her B.A. in Psychology and taught second grade until her oldest was born. She launched her craft blog, Tori Grant Designs, back in 2012. Her creative projects have been featured on websites such as,, and She has been a design contributor for such companies like Silhouette America and Crafts Unleashed. Her blog has opened the door for one of her true passions, graphic design. She currently owns her own design company where she works with fellow bloggers and small businesses creating brand identities. In her spare time she loves photography, watercolor, attempting Pilates and beating all the men in her household in video games.