Crayola has a super simple first day coloring page that includes grade, height, favorite color, teacher name and what they want to be when they grow up.
Paper Trail Designs has a set of printables that say first day of whatever grade the child is starting. They can fill in name, age, school, teacher and what they want to be when they grow up.
Miss Helen’s Hippos on Teachers Pay Teachers has a free downloadable first day printable that includes three pages for kids to fill in with drawings and words about their school, teacher, friends, backpack and what they look like on the first day.
Mrs. Merry has an electronic file you can personalize for your own child or all the kids in your classroom if you do first day pictures at school. You can add the child’s name, grade, school or teacher, favorite color, book and food and what they want to be when they grow up.
Skip to My Lou has the first day printable pictured above, which includes space to draw themselves and write about their teacher, a new friend, even something they didn’t love about their lunch! Such a fun way to capture some real memories from the big day.
And if you like a sign for photos, check out my super easy chalkboard sign DIY over on my blog. We’ll see if my seventh grader will still take photos with it this year!