Back to School Pictures & Interviews ~ A Free Printable

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I’ve seen a lot of super cute back to school pictures floating around Facebook recently, and decided to do my own! I thought they turned out so well that I wanted to share them with you, too.

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Back to School Pictures & Interviews

I did not use my fancy camera to take these pictures. Well, I did. I took pictures using both my Nikon with my 50 mm Nikon Lens and also with my iphone. Turns out, I got better shots with my iphone than I did with my Nikon. It was just luck of the draw, I guess, as I obviously couldn’t take pictures with both cameras as the same time. After I went through all of picutres, I realized that my favorite shots were captured by the iphone and then shared on instagram.

After I took the pictures, I asked my kids a series of questions.

Here are the results:

A 2013 A, 9 years old, 4th grade. Public schooled.

Favorite color: green & blue

Favorite number: 32

Favorite animal: alien puppies from Mars

Favorite food: pie

Favorite book: Pie

What she wants to be when she grows up: A vet who makes pie. And a country singer who makes pie. And a piano player who makes pie with her feet while playing piano. 😉

B 2013

B, 7 years old, 2nd grade. Homeschooled.

Favorite color: red

Favorite number: gazillion

Favorite animal: snake

Favorite food: tacos

Favorite book: Fish

What he wants to be when he grows up: A “cop” like his uncle.

C, 2013

C, age 5, Kindergarten, public schooled.

Favorite color: sparkly light blue

Favorite number: 13

Favorite animal: unicorn

Favorite food: nachos

Favorite book: Disney’s The Princess and the Frog

What she wants to be when she grows up: An animal trainer

S, 2013

S, age 3, living life at home

Favorite color: pink

Favorite animal: zebra & raffe {giraffe}

Favorite number: S {the letter…}

Favorite food: tacos

Favorite book: Max & Ruby’s Storybook Treasury (Max and Ruby)

What she wants to be when she grows up: A princess

I really had so much fun doing this with my kids that I intend to make it a yearly back to school event. I can’t wait to see how the answers change from year to year. And I am most definetly a picture person, so having the pictures for my sense of nostalgia is really important to me. I wish I would have thought to do this when my first child was born.

Do you have any back to school traditions you do every year with your kids? Please share!!

I’ve updated and created a Yearly Interview Printable for you. Download it below.

Back to School - Yearly Interview

Download – Back to School- Yearly Interview

About Michelle Marine

Michelle Marine is the author of How to Raise Chickens for Meat, a long-time green-living enthusiast, and rural Iowa mom of four. She empowers families to grow and eat seasonal, local foods; to reduce their ecological footprint; and to come together through impactful travel.

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