It’s surreal when your child enters Kindergarten! One minute, you’re planning their adorable baby shower and creating your own DIY Baby Book! The next minute, you’re buying back to school supplies, thinking about what to put in their lunch pale’s and worried about the pickup loop at school! Time flies doesn’t it? So I’m helping you get ready with three Printables For Your Kindergartner you are going to want and need!
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Kindergarten Memory Book Printables
First, there’s the documentation of one of the most important school years of your child’s (and maybe your) life! If you’ve ever checked out my Printable Baby Book For Boys or the Printable Baby Book for Girls, then you know I love to make beautiful printables that you can edit and keep to record all your baby’s memories.
Kindergarten Memory Pages Pack
This Printable Kindergarten Memory Pages Pack is a great memory keeper for your child’s Kindergarten year!
- About My Kindergartener
- School Photo and Signature Page
- First Day of School Photo Page
- Note from the Parents
(See below for details and instructions about editing these files.)
Going to school is no different! Just edit and print these Kindergarten Memory Book Printables and complete the pages together with your 5 or 6 year old!
Add your photos and then pop them into your binder or storage box – similar to what I used to make my own baby book! Then you will have your memories safe and secure for a lifetime!
These Kindergartener printables Include these Editable pages:
- First Day of School Page
- Kindergarten School Photo and Child Signature Page
- Note From The Parent(s) Page
- About My Kindergartener Page
I just love how they turned out and I am so happy to be able to share these with you so you can start capturing memories!
Printables For Your Kindergartner: Playdate Cards
Next up! Playdate cards!
Okay, imagine this. It’s the first week of Kindergarten and your child is begging you to play with someone from their class. The only problem? Who in the HECK is she talking about? If your teacher didn’t send out a directory yet, it’s impossible for you to get a hold of little Jimmy or little Kinsley that your kid keeps yammering on about!
And that’s where the playdate cards come in to play! Playdate cards are perfect to send in your child’s lunch box or in their backpack. Just edit these playdate cards with all your information, and then tell them to give them away at school to all their friends!
I offer these in both girly colors and a more masculine vibe as well!
It’s a great way for them (AND YOU!) to make new friends and keep the old. Remember! One is silver and the other gold. 😉
As you’ll notice, I ended up printing these playdate cards out on regular printer paper. Super bad idea if you ask me! But I was in a hurry. Don’t make the same mistake! Read about The Best Paper I recommend for projects like these here!
Printables For Your Kindergartner: Tooth Fairy Printables
Of all the changes that my daughter was going through when she entered Kindergarten, I didn’t even think about her teeth! But in the first few weeks of Kindergarten, she suddenly had three lose teeth, all right next to each other! That’s when I realized I’d better have some Tooth Fairy Printables on hand for the day she loses them!
So I created this gorgeous Tooth Fairy Note and Tooth Fairy Certificate. I created them in two skin variations so that you can select whatever beautiful skin tone your child is.
This tooth fairy set comes as a pack with a cute little rhyme that tells your child that the tooth fairy has left behind a tiny present. This makes it very versatile if you want to leave a few coins or a few Benjamin’s! (Hey, I don’t judge! It’s your child, and you can leave whatever it is that you want! Leave the keys to the Benz, for all I care!)
The point is, these moments are so precious and I just love making them that much more special with inexpensive printables that will light up your child’s face!
(PS. My daughter lost her first tooth just 2 days after I made these printables!! And it was at 10 PM! I was so tired, and SO glad I had already printed these so I didn’t have to stay up any later figuring out what to do!) I hope they come in just as handy for you!
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Lastly, thank you so much for taking the time to read about Printables For Your Kindergartner. I hope this gives you some ideas about how to celebrate all the milestones your Kindergartner gets to go through! I love to help you celebrate life through party decorations and personal development! But above all, I’d love to connect with you. Reach out to me on Instagram and let’s chat.