The First Day of School All About Me Printable has arrived. I have always wanted to make these for my daughter and time just got away from me. It’s never too late to start doing these! I really wish I had done one for her Preschool and Kindergarten years to compare her answers. This all about me questionnaire for kids is simple and fun for everyone involved. I think I had just as much fun hearing her answers than she did answering each one. I also had her complete this free Time Capsule Workbook at the beginning of our quarantine.
All about the First Day of School Questionaire
This back to school printable includes the following sections to be completed and referenced for years to come!
This section covers the school basics: Grade, age, school, teacher, and what he or she wants to be when they grow up. The answer to that question always makes me giggle a bit and it’s been fun to watch this change year-to-year as she grows.
This is all about your child’s favorite things. I thought I was able to fill this out for her but again, her answers changed on me a bit.
This is where you tape your adorable first day of school photo of your child. Hopefully, they are still in the stage where they enjoy taking those photos. If not, taking a photo of them can be just as fun to see how annoyed they get. I love how this Senior made the best of his school photos. Don’t have a First Day of School photo? No problem, take any photo of your child within the time frame. There are no rules here! Just have fun with it!
My favorite and most surprising answers of her’s had to be in the “My Strengths” portion of the printable. I was really curious to know how she described herself and knowing what she wants to learn this year made my heart happy. I know there will be a day when she becomes less interested in school (or maybe not… fingers crossed), so I want to cherish these giddy answers as long as I can.
How to use the First Day of School All About Me Printable
It’s fairly simple and not complicated to document your child’s answers year-to-year. Consider saving them in a binder and referring back to their answers. It will be fun (and bittersweet) to see how they change throughout their school years. First, download. Print on cardstock or regular paper.
Next, take the First Day of School photo and glue on the questionnaire. Sometime that day (or maybe before or after, let’s be real) sit down with your child and have them fill out the questionnaire or read it to them aloud and help write out the answers if they are in lower grade levels. I asked my daughter the questions, she answered, and then I helped her spell out the words. Save for years to come and reminisce. It’s so simple but so rewarding to look back on. Don’t miss out on remembering these moments and one day possibly sharing it with your grandchildren. (I am so not ready to think of that yet, but it’s a reality to some!)
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