Classroom Decor

Classroom decor inspiration for all teachers!
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Day of the Week Cards
Help your kindergarten students to settle into a school routine with a morning daily calendar. Here is a simple one to talk about the day of the week as well as tomorrow and yesterday. Learn more on the blog!
Classroom Helper Name Sticks
Bee My Helper classroom name sticks will help you manage your students can classroom jobs in a fun and engaging way! These sticks are fast .to prep and you can make matching name tags with a second set printed too! Learn more on the blog!
three little cupcakes with stickers on them sitting on a counter in a playroom
Bee Name Sticks
Classroom name sticks for choosing students at random. Write student names on each bee or craft stick and place in a container or tub on display in your main instructional teaching area. Call on students at random by pulling a stick and reading the name.
colorful children's toys are on display in a playroom with calendars and drawers
Big Fun Numbers
Put number posters on display in your classroom to support stduents learning to count, build number sense and engage in math activities. Here is our set of Big Fun Numbers to delight your learners and contribute to your overall classroom decor! Learn more on the blog post about how number displays support learning.
Days of the Week
Days of the Week are fun to learn with the Rainbow Frogs! Simply print and display these posters in your classroom to help your children learn the names of the day, how to spell them, order them and to help them managae their time and activities at school. Learn more on the blog!
Cute Classroom Door Displays
Welcome your students to your classroom for a year of fun learning by displaying their name tag on the classroom door and one on their desk or cubby to match! Here is our fresh yellow pineapple door display, you can edit the welcome sign and type a message that is unique and perfectly suited to your classroom! Make it a fun, happy year of learning in your classroom!
colorful children's books and toys are on display in the child's room
Classroom Decor and Posters
Get your bright, happy classroom back to school ready with our fast prep printable resources including posers, labels, door display, classroom schedules and more!
there is a sign that says we are buggy for learning in front of some children's toys
Classroom Decor
Find some bright happy ladybugs for your classroom bulleton board, door display, name tags and signs using this Learning Bug printable pack. Find it through the blog!
Ocean Classroom decor
Create a splash with an octopus ocean themed door display or bulletin board! Just print and trim the cards to attach to your door, board, wall, hall or window. YOu can type or print your student names and a unique message for your classroom too!
Caterpillar Craft Number Line
A math craft your whole class can make - a caterpillar number line. Paint each number, cut out the simple oval shapes and arrange together on your classroom math wall! Learn more on the blog!
Pastel Bulletin Board Numbers
Use these big fun numbers on your math wall or bulleton board for a number line, counting, math activities and more! Learn more on the blog!
three ice cream cones are on the table next to some candy canes and paper circles
Ice Cream Dot Cards
Copy the dot colors on your ice cream play mat in this fun visual perceptual and counting math game! It will delight your kindergarten students and help them integrate a range of essential early learning skills and concepts. Learn more on the blog!
Peas in a Pod Screen Wallpaper
Find a free ha-pea pea pod screen wallpaper to delight your class on your electronic board, over on the blog! You can print it to use as scrapbooking paper or for paper folding activities too! Learn more on the blog!
a welcome sign with pictures of chickens and a dog house in the background on a table
Spring Classroom Bulletin Board or Door Display
A beautiful spring chicken classroom door decoration. Create a welcoming and inviting atmosphere for students as they enter the classroom. A bright and cheerful door decoration can help to put students in a positive mood and make them feel excited about learning. It will help establish a sense of communityand help them feel like they are part of a group! Learn about this chicken one on the blog!
Trace, color or paint some sea turtles and research some facts for writing with our new craftivity. Perfect for K-3 with various options, stduents can practice fine motor or learn more about the markings on turtle shells and sketch one on the blank version. Learn more on the blog post! Sea Turtles, Nature, Turtle Art And Craft, Turtle Craft, Turtle Shells, Turtle Crafts, Turtle Art, Turtle Shell
Turtle Art and Craft
Trace, color or paint some sea turtles and research some facts for writing with our new craftivity. Perfect for K-3 with various options, stduents can practice fine motor or learn more about the markings on turtle shells and sketch one on the blank version. Learn more on the blog post!