FREE First Day of School Necklaces (Editable)

13K Shares

The first day of school is an exciting day for everyone. Here is a fun, free printable to make it even more awesome. These free first day of school necklaces are just right for that.

Freebie First Day of School Necklaces

I’ve made you editable first day of school necklaces (or necklace badges) to celebrate and just for fun.

Students will enjoy wearing their first day of school necklaces at the end of their first day and showing them off to their families.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces (Editable) - for kindergarten

They can color their necklace or you can print them onto (affiliate) brightly colored paper to make this a super quick thing.

FREE Editable First Day of School Necklaces

The necklaces are badge-like circles with a front and a back. You can edit the back of the necklaces to have your name and the date. (And you could always add an extra text box on the back for student names if you want to)

Cut out a necklace badge for each student after you add your details on the back and print them.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces (Editable) - easy to print on bright paper

No need to laminate them – just add string and glue or staple the badge front and back to each other once the string is in place.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces - love these

You can always just print a copy and hand write your details on the backs of the necklaces and copy that master too – no need for a computer. {wink}

But, if you do want to use the editable portion – then you’ll need Powerpoint or Google Docs to use that file. If you use Google Docs, you’ll need to change the page setup (to be 8.5 x 11) after you import the document.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces (Editable) add the teacher name and date

To make cutting the quickest, I suggest folding the paper in half (along where the badge will crease) and cutting out the entire badge by cutting a single circle.

You’ll be able to complete a whole class set in no time!

Of course, if you are doing these with first or second grade and want them to color their own, they can always cut the necklace badges out themselves.

First Day of School Necklaces Options

You’ll love that I’ve included a few options so you can get exactly what you want for your back to school necklaces.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces (Editable) - super cute idea

These are the sayings I’ve included:

  • Hooray I rocked the first day of Pre-K
  • Hooray I rocked the first day of TK
  • Hooray I rocked the first day of Kindergarten
  • Hooray I rocked the first day of First Grade
  • Hooray I rocked the first day of School
  • Hooray I had a great first day of Pre-K
  • Hooray I had a great first day of TK
  • Hooray I had a great first day of Kindergarten
  • Hooray I had a great first day of First Grade
  • Hooray I had a great first day of School
  • Hooray I completed the first day of Pre-K
  • Hooray I completed the first day of TK
  • Hooray I completed the first day of Kindergarten
  • Hooray I completed the first day of First Grade
  • Hooray I completed the first day of School

The “I had a great first day” and “I rocked the the first day” necklaces feature a boy and girl character on the front.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces for kindergarten, pre-k, first grade, tk

The “I completed the first day” necklaces have school supplies and are super cute too.

I made sure to include a “school” option so that way other grade levels could participate too.

FREE First Day of School Necklaces - they are editable on the back

I hope that you love these free first day of school necklaces and that they can save you time if you want to finish out the day with something special.

Download First Day of School Necklaces

Terms of Use | Downloading Help/Questions?

I’ve made three more matching free first day of school printables you’ll want to check out. Snag them all – if you want!

First day of school free printablesMore First Day of School

First day of school necklaces free printable
Teach Junkie

Leslie {aka the original Teach Junkie} loves learning new things to make teaching easier and more effective. She enjoys featuring creative classroom fun when she's not designing teacher shirts, making kindergarten lesson plans or planning her family's next trip to Disney World.

13K Shares