This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Seattle’s Best Coffee. All opinions are 100% mine.
Back to School season is upon us! So, we’re sharing some cute (free) printables and ideas to help make back to school time fun, hoping kids (and their parents) have a GREAT first day! Between the supplies shopping, clothes shopping, lunch box prep, meet-the-teacher nights, and more, Back to School time can be a stressful time for parents and kids alike! As parents, we want our kids to have the best day and for things to go as smoothly as possible! So we have some fun ideas and free printables to help! Seattle’s Best Coffee understands that parents need a little help to make their kids’ first day of school the Best Day of School… Enter the smooth taste of Seattle’s Best Coffee® and The Best Day List!
For many parents and teachers, the coffee is the key to starting off a good day! Seattle’s Best Coffee sent me an awesome gift pack to help get me going during this busy back to school time! This is such a great idea that you could do yourself! In addition to making sure the kids are ready for school, make sure you’re stocked up on your favorite coffee and morning food! Upgrade your cup to Seattle’s Best Coffee® for only a little more!
You could make even make a little “back to school” survival gift pack for your friends or for the teachers, helping to wish them the “BEST” first day ever! In fact, you can make this adorable apple box for your child’s teacher, thanks to a fun printable on The Best Day List site! So easy!
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Another thing that makes back to school time more fun is lunch box notes! The Best Day List site has you covered there too with some brightly colored, cute fun lunch box notes. Just download, print, cut (and laminate if you want for extra stability). The kids will love getting fun surprises in their lunches!
I also love the idea of doing a Back to School interview on the first day. It’s great for memory keeping and for sparking discussion with the kids. As the mom of 3 boys (one who is a FIFTH GRADER this year!!!), I find it can sometimes be tough to get them talking! So, printing off this fun school “Q&A” from The Best Day List site is a great option!
So, be sure to head on over to the Best Day List site and print off your lunch box notes, Back to School interview, teacher craft, and more! You can find some fun Back to School photo signs and recipe cards too! Make sure you also print a $1 coupon for your favorite type of Seattle’s Best Coffee®!
Happy “Back to School” Time! Wishing YOU and your kids the BEST day!!!