A free printable school bus full of friends kids can draw color or paste wallet size school photos in!
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Freebie: School Bus of Friends for hello, Wonderful

Can you believe autumn is right around the corner and it’s already back-to-school time?! School started here last week, and we celebrated by making this fun friend-filled school bus printable for hello, Wonderful! 

With just a little cutting, pasting and coloring,  you can make your own bus and fill it with hand-drawn friends or class pictures – and it all folds up into a little book for safe-keeping. This is a perfect after-school activity for kiddos, but also works great in a classroom (this one’s for you teachers!).

The printable contains full-color and black & white versions of the bus, along with some face templates for adding friends. As a bonus, you can also print extra faces to make into colorable stickers or even a memory game!

You can download our printable school bus of friends HERE – and be sure to let us know how you’ve used them by tagging us with #barleyandbirch in your shares or leaving your idea in the comments below.

Looking for new ways to celebrate autumn and back-to-school? Our free printable leaf activity kit is the perfect learning and play tool for the season. These gorgeous fall leaf collages use an easy and unique art process you’re going to love! Or grab a set of free printable art badges for art Olympics (great for teachers or chilly fall weekends!)

For more buildable transportation-themed fun, visit our cardboard design-your-own food truck art project, or print a set of our custom-designed paper-cut car and truck templates!

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About Amanda Eldridge

With a passion for cultivating imagination, Amanda aims to help families discover their creative potential and be inspired to make the world a better place through art, play, adventure, activism, conservancy, and community. When not playing with ideas, designs and projects for barley & birch, Amanda enjoys working as a modern art curator and managing her own small design business.

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