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Classroom Wall Ideas

Bulletin boards, posters, and other items to hang on the walls to decorate your classroom.

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Classroom Wall Ideas

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And How are the Children?: Dog Themed Classroom Student Work Display

Putting the titles of all the books you have read together in class is a great way to make reading an important part of your classroom. This display looks awesome too!

Spotlight on Read Alouds


Great ideas for displaying those "I Can" statements or learning standards in your classroom.

8 Ways to Display Learning Objectives

use command hooks to attach baskets to the walls.

A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Board Bright Idea!

Our Class Needs

Teaching perseverance. Highlight a student each week using enlarged laminated student photos

No Name Board- This is a great way to display no-name papers so that all the kids can see them. This would also teach students responsibility with making sure their work is turned in with their name on it.

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Cooling Off With Harry by the Sea

Great class sign!

The Hands-On Teacher: More "WILD" Improvements (with DUCK TAPE!)

To display student work

Create●Share●Inspire: Chalkboard Clothespins

Take a group pic of students who have a birthday within the same month. Each child holds a number card representing their birthday. Great way to involve students and another chance to post their pic in the room!

Run! Miss Nelson's Got the Camera: Whole Brain Teaching

Link to download b-day cupcakes for class birthday display. I use the Scholastic cakes (which I love), but these are a good alternative.

Kindergarten Kindergarten: Back to School



Create these "No Name" magnets to display work on the board that didn't have a name. When students see the magnet holding up a piece of paper, they go up to the board to see if it is theirs. If so, they put their name on it and hand it back to me.

Common Core and So Much More: No Name Magnets

Nice!! Making cloth "bulletin boards" straight onto my cinderblock classroom walls.

What Happens in First Grade: Teacher Week 2013: Tips & Tricks - Make a Fabric Bulletin Board from "scratch"

Looooove this.

Gluesticks, Games, and Giggles

Missing Work on a class calendar. Students take their post-it off and attach it to their late work. Good idea


Be Right Back and Lunch Choice

No Name

Reading Genres

Hula hoop venn diagram on my window- use sticky notes

Another "why didn't I think of that" moment. I've been trying to figure out a way to display birthdays, without taking up a lot of space. Duh!

Fabulous in First: Posters and Pennants