Fall is such a fun time for our students, and gives us teachers some great classroom content! From science, to language, to math and more… the Fall season is full of teaching and learning wonders. It’s also a great time to spruce up our classrooms! Check out some of my favorite fall classroom decor ideas below: 1. Pumpkin Patch Kids 2. Personalized Fall Leaves 3. A Little Hide & Seek 4. Inspire Gratitude 5. Bring in Books Which is your favorite classroom display?
If it’s not already clear, let me just say, I love reading in the classroom! Kids with an array of interests can get lost in the right book, find inspiration in the right read-aloud and connect with their peers through a harrowing tale. Join me in bringing a spotlight to our reading programs, whether at home or at school, by highlighting their appeal using creative displays. Here are my picks for some of the best reading classroom displays! 1. Author Studies It’s great for students to learn about and appreciate a variety of authors. It’s provides wonderful inspiration for their own writing. What’s more, kids can find common themes or connections between an author’s different texts.Continue reading
*This post contains affiliate links for convenient viewing* It’s been a while since I posted a fun classroom theme! So here is a compilation of the best ideas I’ve seen for an awesome detective classroom theme. This theme is great because: which kid out there doesn’t fantasize about going to a super secret spy school? With a theme like this, you’ll have your students feeling like they’re part of a very exclusive and important mission within their school. So, take out your shades, magnifying glasses and trench coats and check out these awesome ideas for the best detective classroom theme. Classroom Decor Here are some ways to decorate your class to look like theContinue reading
When my husband and I first got married, we didn’t yet have the opportunity to live on our own. Instead, we lived with my parent inlaws for the first four years of our marriage. Last year, when we moved to Delaware, we had to set up our very own living space. I learned a lot during this time, made a lot of mistakes and made some decisions I’m still proud of. So, I wanted to share some of the most important do’s and don’ts of setting up your first home, based on my experience. Don’t Rush: It’s exciting to get your own place, and there’s an overwhelming urge to get the ball rolling onContinue reading
Elementary classrooms are known to be decorated with splashes of color, big bold displays, word walls, schedules and more! However, often times teachers may forget to include a little bit of their own style sense in their classroom while catering to the eyes of their little students. But, there’s no reason why we can’t make our classrooms both a stylish and engaging environment. Here are 6 of the most stylish classroom decoration ideas I have come across, that are: affordable, DIY without requiring too much skill, and lastly, a stylish twist to any classroom. Check these ideas out: 1.Remodel An Ikea Trivet Ikea’s trivet is super useful in the classroom because you can apply pushpinsContinue reading