Calm, Colorful, and Fun Classroom Decor
Hey, y'all! I'm so excited to introduce to you this fun and friendly classroom decor! I love creating new decor and this one of my favorites. The 21-22 school year has been HARD. And I felt the need for some color and fun for the next year. So this classroom decor set is full of goodies to make this the best year yet!
I wanted some calm but inviting colors that got my students (and my!) creative juices flowing. We live in a desert and it's not always very rainbow-y out here. I wanted some colors for this next school year that just screamed happiness!
I already have a lot of teal and lime green "stuff" for the classroom, so I went with colors that compliment that. This decor set includes:
- Two choices of calendar headers (with and without clipart)
- Calendar numbers
- Days of the week signs for organizing supplies
- Subject headers for posting standards or organizing supplies
- A welcome banner
- Voice level chart
- Student name tags for desks or cubbies
- Two sizes of table numbers
- FOUR choices for alphabet lines
- A number line with numbers 1-20
- Student jobs
- Plus editable pages to create your labels for things like book bins, student supplies, etc.
You can also grab just the alphabet line with the doodle art here if you want.
Every decor set I make includes a matching meet the teacher/back to school night resource. That first meet the family event can be chaotic, but with well placed signs and information for parents, it can all go much more smoothly.
This matching set includes a welcome sign, directions for sorting supplies, a place to gather and pass out information (plus the forms to get the info!), a classroom wish list with editable cards, editable teacher information cards, and treat toppers.
This set also has matching mindfulness posters (available separately) that I just love! Each page has two letters, and each letter has a mindfulness word with the definition and a visual example. They are just like the watercolor mindfulness posters only half sheet and different decor style.
I love set because it's so versatile! It could be used on its own as part of a colorful school theme, or paired with rainbows, tropical decor, travel "stuff," or any other number of things. It's fun and inviting, yet the colors are more muted and calming. Not 80's neon at all! Just...happy. I think we all can use some of that energy right now!
For the entire line of this decor, check it out on my TPT store here. There's almost 150 pages total of decor and resources to create that happy vibe in your classroom.
I hope you found some ideas you love for your classroom. I'm always adding new resources so be sure to follow my store for the latest news and check back here often.
Have a wonderful and happy week! I'll talk to you soon.