These last day of school printables are a great way to celebrate the end of the year. Be sure to download and snap a picture of your child with those signs!
We are already nearing the last day of school! It’s crazy how quickly time flies once kids get into school. My children are finishing up first and fourth grades.
They are excited for summer and to be starting a new grade level in just a few months!
Last Day of School Printables
A great way to commemorate the end of a school year is with printables. You can use them in photos, or fill them out to place in a scrapbook. We have a last day of school printable interview and signs that you can download and print below.
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Also, we love these Last Day of School autograph t-shirts on Amazon. Your child’s classmates can have fun signing the front and back of the shirt. It’s a great way to remember their childhood friends years down the road!
Last Day of School Interview
One of the best last day of school printables we have found is this interview! Have your children complete these two pages at the end of each school year. It’s perfect for a scrapbook and fun to look back on as your child reaches high school, college, and beyond.
There’s a space for a school photo as well as details about the school year, including age, year, grade, and teacher’s name. There are also fun spaces to fill in such as 5 words to describe me, what I want to be when I grow up, things I want to remember, and an entire section dedicated to your child’s favorites during the school year.
I had a school memories book similar to these last day of school printables when I was a child. I love looking back on it now. I even shared it with my boys – they laughed at my hairstyles and my handwriting from way back when!
Last Day of School Signs
We also have some last day of school printable signs. Fill out the spaces and snap a photo of your child before they had to school one last time for this year. You can use the same sign year after year, then look back on how much they (and their info) have changed!