My daughter starts school in her charter school next week and my son starts homeschool next week. I spent some time looking at back to school crafts, decorations, and printables. I have put together a list for you of some fantastic back to school ideas you don’t want to miss.
Back to School Roundup
I hope you have fun with some of these. They are too cute!
DIY Pencil Banner from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary – Are you looking for a fun decoration for the first week of school? This project is amazing!
Hand Lettering Practice Sheets from Printable Crush. – These beautiful hand lettering practice sheets are a really fun way to get kids creating. I definitely recommend printing them out and adding them to your first day of school or as a fun way to design their binders.
Back to School Paper Dolls from Adventure in a Box – Are you looking for a fun way to get creative with back to school? These paper dolls are too adorable!
Book of Questions for the first day of School from Answer in a Box – This creative printable is a really fun way to get kids excited about a coming school year. I love ideas like this that get kids creating.
Back to school smores recipe from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary – Looking for a fun treat for after your first day of school? These back to school smores are so stinking adorable!
Lego Inspired About Me page from 123 Homeschool 4 Me – How awesome would this be for a Lego fan in your house? I love the idea of starting the year with a fun about me.
Looking for a fun way to get kids excited about school? Get your kids writing with these fun back to school writing prompts!
Notebook Cupcakes from Natural Beach Living – Looking for a delicious treat to have at the end of the school day? These are too adorable!
Kawaii Pencil Holder from Red Ted Art – How stinking cute are these? We have to be organized but with this fun idea, it doesn’t have to be boring!
Corner Bookmarks from Crafts by Amanda – Do you have a reader in the house? Make them smile with these corner bookmarks. Wanna add a little fun? Put them on the corner of a page without telling them and let them stumble upon them.
Looking for more ways to get kids reading?