Back to school photos are a MUST and we start school here in Texas next week, so it’s time to get ready to capture the sweet school memories! Even if your school has already started, you can still use these fun Back to School Printable Chalkboard Photo Prop Signs. They are not only fun to use on the first day of school, but in photos anytime of the year!
For the last 6 years I have used a small chalkboard as a prop to document what grade each child was entering, because I always forget later when I look back at the photos! It’s been so much fun to see this trend take off since these photos were taken way back in 2009 when my kids were practically babies!
Well, my little old chalkboard has seen it’s last bit of chalk and had to be tossed out. Instead of buying another one, I designed a printable paper version with cute fonts ready to go. All I do is print, trim and snap a photo!
There is an all white chalk version and a multi-colored chalk version for each grade from preschool all the way to 12th grade.
I love to print my back to school photos in black and white and hang them on the wall together. It’s super fun to see how much they have grown over the years!
If you don’t have a back to school photo tradition yet, this is the perfect one to start!
These printables are available for my Exclusive Living Locurto Members! I love designing special things just for those of you who are loyal readers and who enjoy my designs. I hope you enjoy these cute new Back to School Printable Chalkboard Photo Prop Signs!
Back to School Printable Chalkboard Photo Prop Signs (members only)
- Learn how to download the Back to School Printable Chalkboard Signs in my Exclusive Membership Area.
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Check out this huge list of great Back to School Free Printables!!!
Originally published on August 12, 2015. Last Updated on May 15, 2021 by Amy Locurto