Creating a safe and productive learning environment where students can reach their highest potential is incredibly important in elementary classrooms. There are so many things to consider when designing a classroom. Once you have sorted out all those pieces, it’s time to decorate! Check out these three posts that will help you with decorating your classroom!
This post will explain the benefits of a classroom theme, help you pick a theme, teach you how to plan and implement a theme, and direct you to free resources to help you decorate with or without a classroom theme.
Check out my full list of classroom themes that can be found here! They work for classroom teachers, special education teachers, and specialists teachers. Each theme is packed with a comprehensive set of resources from newsletter templates to supply labels – It has it all!
My collection of themes is diverse – Beach, travel, farmhouse, sports, camping, superhero, jungle, owls, chalkboard, crayon, bee, nautical, garden, circus, fairytale, dinosaur, and much much more!
If you would rather go with a color theme instead, check out the color scheme themes! They are super easy and you can even choose a fun pattern. Do you like a classic black and white theme? I’ve got it! How about bright lime green polka dots? You betcha!
Whether you are looking for a fun and colorful theme, cute and simple theme, or new and unique theme, the best place to start is my website www.classroomtheme.com! Just follow the link and you will find tons of creative ideas for decorations and even some free resources.
This post has 5 simple tips for helping you create the classroom of your dreams without breaking the bank. Of course we all want an Instagram-worthy classroom, but let’s do it in a cost-effective way. This may require some DIY and a little help from some friends. Decorating your classroom should be fun – not stressful! I highly recommend reading the post above prior to reading this post.
This post includes my very popular FREE Guide to Decorating Your Classroom! That’s right – I said FREE! It is a comprehensive, easy-to-read guide that is a compilation of ideas that I’ve shared on my blog in one handy resource. It will guide you through setting up your learning space to be functional and inviting while sticking to a budget. The guide includes 47 pages of ideas, photos, and useful printables you can implement in your own classroom without spending a lot of money. Who doesn’t love that?
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