“Not” Back-To-School Party Printables

The school supplies are hitting the shelves at our local stores. Signs around town point to the fact that school will be starting in just a couple weeks. I have started ordering, planning, and scheduling our homeschool curriculum and thinking about our first week of school. It is always fun to make the first day (or week) a festive occasion.  Here are some “not” back-to-school party printables that you can use on your first day of homeschool. There are cupcake toppers, mini-messages, a banner template and more. If you use these during your celebration, I’d love for you to let me know!


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  1. says

    Thanks so much!! I am going to have to print some of these out! This is our first “official” year of homeschooling and I was trying to figure out how to make the first day fun! This will certainly help!

  2. says

    I am interested in the Not Back to School blog hop but am not exactly sure how it works as I’m new to this blogging world, since I’m embarking on our first year of homeschooling though I decided to try my hand at a blog to keep track of what we do and hopefully get some helpful, friendly tips from other… So where do I start?

    • Maureen says

      iHomeschool Network will post a linky on each of the Mondays in August. You will post your post on your blog and then copy the permalink URL of your post and add it to the link list. (That is the direct url that leads to your post, not the homepage of your blog). I’m sure they will have more instructions up later, but that’s basically it! :)

  3. says

    That’s our official first day back, too. I’m glad you linked to the Not back to school blog hop because I want to join in this year and couldn’t remember where it was!

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