Classroom Displays

Classroom displays that celebrate students' efforts and have a connection to the daily life of the classroom are one of the most powerful—and overlooked—tools for teaching. They can generate excitement about the curriculum, increase children's investment in learning, and help children to appreciate their own work and the work of others.
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Elementary School Classroom Layout | This could give some ideas although looks to have a lot more space than we actually have.

Name Posters for the beginning of the year! Students color on the first day of school, then you can hang them up in your classroom for the rest of the year!

I am not a teacher but this is the coolest bulletin board!

All About Me Glyph Free - This is a cute way to learn about the student

Here's a name glyph where students decorate the letters in their names to describe themselves.

FREE Birthday Cupcake Glyph-Perfect for Back To School ((((((((((( I LOVE FEEDBACK!!! :)))))

Way cool back to school student made name tag with additional writing assignment. This is a great back to school activity or engaging writing lesson.I have my students make their name tags on the first day of school. It is a...

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Good alternative for framing work in the hallway when there is no bulletin board

Redesigning My Classroom Environment | Edutopia #classroomdispay #edchat

Ditching the Desk | Edutopia

Birthday Display. This would be fun to do for our extended family. My kids love to celebrate all the birthdays and make cards for everyone. Great project for my nearly 7 year old daughter.

Great idea for displaying student work - each child has their own 'board' & chooses what to post

Bright Ideas for bulletin boards! I used to hot glue gun clothespins onto fabric but this is much more flexible in case you change your mind!

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Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand

Heavily decorated classrooms distract from learning.

What To Know About Using Colors In The Classroom - Edudemic

A great beginning of the year bulletin board to build community. Would also make a great book to help new students & guest teachers.

Birthday cluster is Ms. Cofie's clever reminder that her 1st graders are at different places in development. Thanks, Ms. Cofie! (via @loramhodges and @responsiveclass)

instead of a banner, use crayons glued on clothespins to display student work

Magnetic shower rod used as an anchor chart holder. Brilliant!

Brick Clips - hanging on brick without drilling!

A chart to organize classroom expectations. Very quick and easy way to set expectations. (Click to enlarge)