Back to School “All About Me” Free Printable

With the First Day of School rapidly approaching, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to preserve that day. It’s an emotional day for a lot of parents, and children, but it’s also so exciting. For me, it will be bittersweet as my youngest enters grade school, but I will also get some much needed time to focus on working on the blog and the house, and myself, daily. I’m looking forward to that. It’s exciting to see them grow and transitional into “older” children – they aren’t “little” anymore!

I thought it would be a good time to take a chance to preserve this moment in time with an “All About Me” questionnaire. It’s perfect to help remember where your kids were at as they entered each grade in school, and I know it will be so much fun to look back at the end of the year and see how much their answers change. Today I’m sharing the free printable that I created, and tomorrow I’ll share the coordinating photo props!

All About Me Free Printables The printables are available for Preschool and Pre-K through High School, in case you’re able to talk your high schooler into filling one out!

How are you preparing for the first day of school?

CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLES YOU NEED:

PRESCHOOL

PRE-K

KINDERGARTEN

FIRST GRADE

SECOND GRADE

THIRD GRADE

FOURTH GRADE

FIFTH GRADE

SIXTH GRADE

SEVENTH GRADE

EIGHTH GRADE

NINTH GRADE

TENTH GRADE

ELEVENTH GRADE

TWELFTH GRADE

For more back to school ideas, be sure to check these out:

Back to School Checklist

Back to School Checklist 

  First Day of School Free Chalkboard Printables - all grades, Preschool through High School

First Day of School Chalkboard Printables

Back to School Free Printables

Back to School Morning Routine Printables

Before you go…

For more kid friendly ideas, be sure to go here.

For a tons of free printables, be sure to go here.

Kristin

Kristin

Owner at Yellow Bliss Road
Hi! I'm Kristin and I'm the creative mind behind Yellow Bliss Road, where you'll find tons of recipes, free printables, and a little decor and DIY thrown in for good measure. Life can be complicated, so I am all about simplifying wherever I can - from food to decor to DIY - because I believe that it doesn't have to be elaborate or extravagant to be amazing. I am a single adoptive mom with a daughter in Preschool and a son in Kindergarten. My kids are a handful, I'm exhausted and most days my house is a mess - and I'm okay with that!
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Comments

  1. Kerry Parsons says

    Hey Kristin,

    I love this idea! Our kids grow up so fast and these printables are such a cute way to preserve memories and remember those details that are too easy to forget. Thank you for creating and sharing this. :)

  2. Kerry Parsons says

    Aghhh I don’t think my last comment posted!

    I love this idea and think it’s so cute. Our kids grow up way too fast and this is a great way to remember all those small details that are too easy to forget. And Back to School is the perfect time to capture these moments!

    Thanks for creating and sharing these printables :)

    • Jennifer says

      I can’t get my comments to show up either. I just hope the two times I tried doesn’t make a duplicate.

  3. Lisa says

    Kristin,

    Thanks so much for creating these wonderful back-to-school items! Has anyone else had difficulty printing the “About Me” pages? I printed the photo props with no trouble, but I’m not able to print the “About Me” pages at all.

    Thanks,
    Lisa

    • Ashley says

      I’m having trouble printing the “About Me” pages as well! I was able to print the chalkboard print outs, but the “About Me” pages won’t print! I’m so sad because they are so cute!

  4. Stephanie says

    For some reason when I click on the Prek, 4th and 6th, it will NOT print anything but a blank sheet and a blank sheet is all that shows in the preview section as well? Anyone else having any trouble with this?

  5. Please help says

    I love this – thank you so much! I have tried to print this several times with no success. When it prints it prints a black, filled in box on the top portion of the page – that’s it. Any guidance is greatly appreciated.

  6. Jeni says

    These are adorable! Thank you for sharing. I’m, also, unable to download the “All About Me” printables, any suggestions are appreciated. :) Thanks again!

  7. Karen says

    I’m having problems printing the About Me School pages as well. It shows find on the screen but it only prints a blank page.

  8. Lindsey says

    I can’t get the All About Me printables to print. I tried Pre-K and 1st and all I get is a black rectangle. Help :) Thank you! Hope I can get it to work..I love these!

  9. Jamie says

    I am not able to print the about me pages, is there something I am doing incorrectly? I see it on my screen but then it prints a blank page.

  10. Cynthia Robbins says

    Hi,
    My name is Cynthia I love your printables . But when I try to print the tenth grade one it comes out blank. I don’t know if I am doing something wrong or there is a error in the software.

    Thank you,
    Cynthia

  11. Kristin says

    So sorry some of you are having trouble with printing. I have tested with a few people who have had no issues. The only advice I can think of would be to make sure that the images all completely load each time – when you first click the link, and when you click to print. Good luck!

  12. Debra says

    Hi Kristen, I have been trying to print the third grade page but no luck. I have tried many times. Can you email it to me?
    Thanks! :)

  13. Jennifer says

    Will you be making a coordinating last day of school set for both the photo props and the “all about me”? I would love to see what my kids think on the last day of school too.

  14. Jennifer says

    I love this. Any chance you are making a “Last Day All About Me”? I would love to see how my kids’ answers and handwriting change from day 1 to the last day.

    Thanks for sharing.

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