A Pinterest Inspired Door...and A Kindergarten Smorgasboard inspired wall! | Maggie's Kinder Corner
I cannot think of another thing that is as valuable for project ideas as teachers’ blog posts, teacher friends on facebook, and Pinterest! Our building has an after school decorating party each year. We listen to music played over the intercom system, hang lights, decorate walls and doors, and eat wonderful treats! My classroom’s door [...]
Classroom Doors - Be All You Can... (Picture Heavy Post)
An education blog about teaching third grade math and science and all the crazy things only teachers understand!
Teacher Appreciation Week: Door Decorations
The first week in May is traditionally Teacher appreciation week. I was the PTO rep over this week. I choose a theme of "Nurturing Gard...
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Kids love going into a classroom that has a fun and inviting decor. One way to create a fun classroom is to decorate your classroom door. Check out these creative classroom doors that you could use for your own classroom.
29 Awesome Classroom Doors For Back-To-School
What better way to welcome your students than a bright classroom door (or wall or bulletin board if you're not allowed to decorate your door). These 29 doors will inspire you to roll out the butcher paper, unpack the construction paper and break out the scissors.
Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Craft Window Decorations
Learn how to make adorable tissue paper Christmas tree stained-glass window decorations for your kindergartern class with this easy, step-by-step tutorial!
Jumbo Jungle Kindergarten Adventure
A collaborative blog by Pre K and Kindergarten specialists. Child growth and development, information, free printables.
Back-to-School Bulletin Boards + Decorated Doors
Back to School Bulletin Boards and Decorated Doors at RainbowsWithinReach Back to School Ideas
Classroom Bulletin Board & Poster Inspiration - Katie's Crochet Goodies
Here are some cute classroom bulletin board & poster ideas. Most of the bulletin boards/ posters below were made by my former mentor teacher Kira, she teaches 1st grade in Washington State. The ideas came from various sources (pinterest, other teachers, etc) with a personal touch by Kira. The egg McMuffin poster I snapped a picture …