This Back to School Interview Printable is sure to be a great addition to your school memory scrapbooks!
The school years go by so quickly. There have been so many precious memories over the years.
One of my favorite things my son did in Kindergarten through about 2nd grade was dotting his “I” with the biggest circles you have ever seen! (It drove his teachers crazy, but I thought it was the cutest thing ever.)
I also have enjoyed watching his favorite things change, what he wants to be when he grows up change as he learns more about the world around him, and even his favorite foods change! (He tells me his taste buds change as he grows up.)
You are going to want to capture some of these sweet ideas and handwriting as your kids grow up!
Back to School Interview Printable
That’s why I made this Back to School Interview Printable. It is decorated with the cutest school bus and schoolhouse and leaves a spot for your child to write their sweet name in their own writing.
There is also a block for their picture. You can either paste in an actual photo or let them draw their interpretation of themselves!
Click the image to get your Back to School Interview printable!
How to Use This Back to School Printable
You can print this and insert it into your school memory scrapbook. It makes a great intro to a school year binder!
I always try to save the best things from the year: my favorite picture(s) and drawing(s), one or two tests that he aced, and any other pertinent school memories I will want to look back on in the future!
(My favorite thing I’ve ever kept from my son is a two-page essay he wrote when the assignment was what he was thankful for in third grade. First, he opened it with a Blues Traveler quote (we love music) and he ended this two-page essay with a final paragraph saying that he was grateful he didn’t have to stay in a bed bug-ridden hotel on our road trip! HAHA!! I wonder what his teachers think about our family……)
I’m a sucker for these interview printables. You can find the FREE Father’s Day interview printable here.
I’d love to see your interview filled out by your child!! Tag me on Instagram with #mandajblog or email it to me at manda(at)mandajayne(dot)com!
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