I remember as a young child disliking sweetcorn and sifting it out of mixed veg on my plate.
I recall that my first, close primary school friend was a special little girl called Beth.
I recollect that my favourite toy from very young was my doll, Lisa (who, may I add, my brothers used to behead and play football with! Still bitter…)
I quite like now and again reminding myself that I too was young once. It’s heart-warming! (We won’t mention my doll Lisa…)
All these little facts make up a whole beating heart full of childhood memories. But it’s so easy to forget these little gems.
This week, I’ve updated the girls’ Back to School posters ready for their annual first-day-back-at-school-doorstep-photo. They store these posters in their keepsake boxes and they enjoy reviewing them every year to see how much they’ve changed. It’s good to reminisce, even at this young age.
I created these posters in PowerPoint. Below you can download to your desktop a copy of a similar template.
Hopefully it’s a good starting point as you add your own words and delete and add clipart images to suit your own Little Dude or Little Miss.
Save and print them at home onto A4.
Or for a great quality print, I like using our local reprographics store (Staples) to print them onto A3 paper. Their prints are good quality and are very reasonably priced.
Simply save your document onto a pen drive (or similar) and take it into a store to print there and then. Or you might be able to email them through their website and collect in store. NB: Remember to save your document as a PDF file before taking it to a reprographic store in order to keep the formatting.
I hope this is of use to some of you. Feel free to share this post if you think it’ll be helpful to others as well.
Wishing everyone a colourful last week of the summer holidays!
Download your template here.First day at school poster template