5 Ways to Use Invisible Ink in the Classroom - Undercover Classroom

Use invisible ink and UV flashlights to add some excitement to your classroom. Here are 5 ways to use invisible ink to reel in your students with self-checking task cards, surprise prizes and partners, plus more. Free downloads included.


 

DIY Flip Calendar

FARMHOUSE CLASSROOM DECOR


 

51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas - Chaylor & Mads

51 amazing classroom decoration ideas including how to create a cozy reading nook, an amazing teacher space, awesome bulletin boards and wait until you see this


 

Brittany Sinitch on Instagram: “I was always THAT student who had to look at everything around my teachers room. I was mostly just so intrigued by everything and could not…”

I was always THAT student who had to look at everything around my teachers room. I was mostly just so intrigued by everything and could not…


 

Farmhouse Classroom Decor Bundle

Farmhouse/Shabby Chic/Shiplap Classroom Decor Bundle


 

My Math Resources - FREE Rows and Columns Bulletin Board Poster

This rows & columns bulletin board poster is a cute addition to ANY classroom! Free middle school math classroom decor that will help your students learn the difference between rows and column…


 

How to Create Your Own Bitmoji Stickers for Your Classroom

Ok so I'm officially obsessed with Bitmojis. I've always been a fan for personal use, but now I'm excited to use them in my classroom this year as well. I think that my students will really get a kick out of them. They're the perfect way to subtly engage students and continue to build positive relationships.


 

Easy DIY's Using Only Spray Paint - Ordinary Royalty

*Heads up: Some of the photos and ideas in this post are NOT MINE, but, because I love them, I have compiled them here for you! If you wan...


 

Crate Seats for the Classroom | One Kreative Kindergarten

These DIY crate seats are perfect for you classroom because they are cute, comfy and give you extra storage. Read how to make your own seats here.


 

51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas - Chaylor & Mads

51 amazing classroom decoration ideas including how to create a cozy reading nook, an amazing teacher space, awesome bulletin boards and wait until you see this


 

BOHO RAINBOW Inspirational Growth Mindset Posters – you clever monkey

This beautiful set of inspirational posters with a modern rainbow theme is perfect for building resilience and a growth mindset in your classroom. Made to match our other BOHO RAINBOW Classroom Decor, there are 18 different posters to choose #growthmindset #classroomdecor #bohorainbowclassroomdecor #modernrainbowclassroomdecor #growthmindsetquotes


 

The time has come for the big reveal!! I spent the summer revamping my classroom and I can't wait for you to see how it came out! It's SO different from last year! Visit CreateInspireTeach.com for a peek inside my classroom! #classroomsetup #classroomtour #classroomreveal #classroommakeover #classroomideas


 

Burlap and Chalkboard Bulletin Board and Classroom Decor - Teaching in the Tongass

Burlap and Chalkboard Bulletin and Classroom Decor


 

classroom decor


 

Calm & Cool classroom calendar set bulletin board


 

This pencil stool from @the_craft_ofteaching is pretty SHARP! (get it?)


 

Daily Schedule Cards Editable with Clocks - Visual Schedule Chart

Clocks showing our daily schedule help the students learn to tell time every day.


 

A Fabulous First Week: Jumping Into Hands-On Learning - Miss DeCarbo

The first week of school is SO exciting (and let’s be honest – exhausting, too!). As a primary teacher, my first day of school always consists of two main goals: 1) Make sure every student in my classroom gets home the right way. 2) Make sure EVERY child who walks out of my classroom door …


 

Classroom decor classroom quote The Future of the World is in this classroom globe art


 

51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas - Chaylor & Mads

51 amazing classroom decoration ideas including how to create a cozy reading nook, an amazing teacher space, awesome bulletin boards and wait until you see this


 

51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas - Chaylor & Mads

51 amazing classroom decoration ideas including how to create a cozy reading nook, an amazing teacher space, awesome bulletin boards and wait until you see this


 

51 Best Classroom Decoration Ideas - Chaylor & Mads

51 amazing classroom decoration ideas including how to create a cozy reading nook, an amazing teacher space, awesome bulletin boards and wait until you see this


 

four piece home school and classroom Wall Art / Digital Print / Wall decor / decor printable /DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

four piece home school and classroom Wall Art / Digital Print / Wall decor / decor printable /DIGITAL DOWNLOAD File includes each print in image png and pdf formats. Comes with an 8x10 and 5x7 of each print. You get all four prints! I also have a free matching He is faithful print as a free print on my blog www.thislovefilledlife.com If you would like another size do not hesitate to reach out! I would be happy to help!


 

Easy Crafts You Can Make for Your Classroom {Classroom Decor Crafts}

Easy Crafts You Can Make for Your Classroom {Classroom Decor Crafts} 2 comments Classroom Decor, Popular Posts, Relax, Teachers Love Summer, Tutorials I love decorating my classroom. I know that for some, it is not a priority, and that's cool. But for me, my classroom is my home away from home. For that reason, I like to create a space that is not only kid friendly, but one in which I will feel happy and comfortable. Happy teacher, happy classroom! With it being summer, and given the fact that I'll be moving to a new school very soon, I've spent some time working on some things to make my classroom a homey and welcoming space including a fabric garland, some decorative letters, and a magnetic sign out board. Fabric Garland I love fabric garlands. A lot. I have made one for my last three classroom themes/color schemes. I really, really, really loved my most recent color scheme, but (in my opinion) it won't really work in my new classroom. Here is my previous color scheme. It makes me so happy!! Anyhoo, realizing that this scheme won't work in my new room, I made a new garland in a color scheme that will work with the colors of the walls in my new classroom. Actually, I made two. Haha! Fabric garlands are so easy to make. There's a little bit of cutting, some tearing, and finally, some tying. That's it! When I made my first garland (it was b/w polka dot mixed with zebra stripes...kinda crazy, right?), I used THIS tutorial from Little Miss Momma. Please visit her post for all the details. But, basically, you'll need: a variety of fabrics (you can buy fat quarters, or purchase one half yard each of a variety of fabrics) some ribbon (3/8") scissors Once you have your supplies you will: Lay each piece of fabric flat. Snip the fabric every 1-2 inches. I placed two fingers down and snipped. I repeated this step until I got to the end of the fabric. Tear the fabric into strips using the snips you made. The fabric will fray a bit. Trim off the edge of the fabric that shows the brand name, etc. Tie the fabric to your length of ribbon. Fold a strip in half, place the loop behind the ribbon, and then feed the two tails through the loop. Secure in place. Be sure to leave a decent amount of ribbon at each end of the garland. I don't cut the ribbon to size until I feel that my garland is the length I want. Tie a knot in the ribbon next to the first and last piece of fabric. This just helps make sure they stay in place. At least, that's what I tell myself. Annnnnnd, you're done! Hang your garland on the wall. I usually just use push pins or staples to do this. This is where that length of ribbon at each end of your garland comes in handy, you can use it to hang/attach the garland to the wall. Wooden Letters I used to have a set of black ABC letters that I hung on a narrow space of wall in my room. Buuuut, black will not longer be my base color. Navy blue will be. So, I grabbed some unfinished letters from Michaels and made myself a new set of letters. What you'll need: unfinished wooden letters acrylic paint mod podge fabric or ribbon buttons hot glue gun What to do: Paint the letters. I painted three coats-use white paint as a primer if desired. Let the letters dry. Coat the letters with Mod Podge. Honestly, you could probably skip this step, but I like that it seals the paint and adds a bit of shine. Let dry. Hot glue buttons to the corner of the letter B. Tie strips of fabric (or ribbon) to the letters A and C, as shown. Hot glue a loop of ribbon to the back of each letter for hanging. I hang the letters with push pins. That's it! Magnetic Sign Out Board Last year I switched to a sign out board using magnetic numbers. I loved it. A lot. But, I made my numbers out of card stock, and the board was a tiny cookie sheet. By the end of the year, I knew I needed to come up with a better quality board. Here's what I made. This board was inspired by my long time teacher BFF. She made a board for her Kinders to keep track of lunch choices and it is adorable! After seeing her use this exact magnetic board, I decided it would be perfect for my sign out board upgrade. What you'll need: magnetic board (This one is from Hobby Lobby. It can be found in the aisle with the bulletin boards in the home decor section.) acrylic paint wooden circles (I used 1 1/2" circles) round magnets (not pictured) hot glue number stickers (scrapbooking section of your local craft store) Mod Podge colored masking tape (not pictured) What to do: Paint the wooden frame of the magnetic board. I didn't sand mine, but I did put some painter's tape on the metal board. Hot glue a magnet to the back of each wooden circle. Paint each wooden circle. You could do this first, but I like to hold the magnet while I paint the top of the circle. Once dry, add your number stickers to each wooden circle. Seal each numbered circle with Mod Podge. Use colored masking tape to divide the board in half. Label each side of the board as desired. I cut my labels out of vinyl using my Cameo Silhouette. I haven't crafted anything for my classroom in a long time. I forgot just how relaxing it can be to craft and create fun things. I should probably add it to my list of ways to relax and recharge this summer! What kinds of things do you like to make for your classroom? Tell us in the comments below. :) DON'T FORGET IT, PIN IT! Share It:


 

Positive Affirmation Bulletin Board

Use this bulletin board as a way to promote self-esteem in your classroom. You can put the thought bubbles on a door as the students enter the room, a bulletin board in a mindfulness corner or around a mirror! It is a great way to include social emotional learning in your classroom and keeping a positive mindset. Download includes: - POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS Title - 25 Positive Affirmations in speech bubbles


 

The time has come for the big reveal!! I spent the summer revamping my classroom and I can't wait for you to see how it came out! It's SO different from last year! Visit CreateInspireTeach.com for a peek inside my classroom! #classroomsetup #classroomtour #classroomreveal #classroommakeover #classroomideas


 

Check Out My Classroom

"Check Out My Classroom!" We gathered some of our favorite classroom photos to share with the Teachers Pay Teachers community. Beautiful color and decor!


 

41 Instagram-Worthy Teacher Hacks to Try in Your Classroom

These Instagram-worthy teacher hacks will keep your classroom organized, your sanity intact, and your social media channels popping.


 

Kiss Your Binders and Hanging Files GOODBYE!

It's a game changer for classroom organization! Use project or document cases to organize your classroom essentials.


 

Class Jobs Made Easy | True Life: I'm a Teacher

It’s no secret that I am a MAJOR fan of class jobs – I mean…many hands make light work, right? Aside from having 20 or so helpers around the classroom, there’s a whole bunch of other reasons I think class jobs are super important: Helps build a sense of community…this is OUR classroom Gives students …