A little change in classroom decor can make the sometimes dreary weather in February seem just a little brighter, and students are sure to smile at the addition of cheerful hearts around the room. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, here are a few ideas for getting your classroom decked out.
5 Ways to Add Valentine’s Day Decor to Your Classroom
There’s something special about classroom decorations made by hand. Not only do they save on money, but also make it easy to customize a look or project to fit your specific classroom or students.
Bulletin boards are a natural place for fun decorations in the classroom, and adding some hearts and refreshed creativity to this area is an easy way to prep for February 14th.
Windows or Hanging Decor
If you’re lucky enough to have windows in your classroom, why not dress them up a bit? If there aren’t windows to use, consider taking advantage of hanging things from the ceiling! See the creative ways teachers have used their space.
From secret Valentine’s Day notes hidden in books, to color-able bookmarks and festive garland, there are lots of fun ideas to make a reading center feel a little dressed up for Valentine’s Day.
Decorating the door to your classroom is a fun way to show off an inspiring quote, or to give your students something to smile about every time they walk in. See what other teachers have done to decorate their door for Valentine’s Day:
More Creative Classroom Decor & Organization Ideas
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