Winter Themed Classroom Decorations
Winter is here, and as soon as the holiday decorations come down you will want to decorate your room for the winter season. Here are some great winter themed classroom decoration ideas that will give your classroom the winter chill it needs ☺.
Kids love penguins and there are tons of decorations you can use to pull off a penguin themed room for winter.
- Decorate the door with penguins waddling across the ice!
- Your bulletin board can be turned into a winter wonderland complete with your students decorated as penguins!
- You can use the penguins as thermometers or winter terms.
- This penguin door is absolutely adorable and would be a great door decoration for a younger classroom!
- You can also use these little penguin bulletin board decorations for decorating on a smaller scale
Kids love to watch for the first site of snow, and there is something magical about seeing their eyes light up at the wonder and beauty of a snow day. Recreate this magic in your classroom by transforming it into their favorite snowy scenes.
- Building a snowman is most children’s favorite part about winter. Using this classroom decoration your students can build a snowman again and again. Purchase your foam boards here!
- Decorate you windows with puffy paint that resembles real snow and snowmen.
- Turn your bulletin board into a winter scene full of snowman students or snowflakes.
- Use snowmen to decorate your door. This idea is a basic one with snowmen encouraging children to read a good book. This one is more elaborate and includes some paint and feet ☺ Either would be great for a snow themed classroom!
- You could use this snow effects kit to create realistic snow to decorate a scene
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Sledding, ice skating, tubing and more are all activities that kids love to do in Winter! Why not incorporate these activities into your classroom?
- Ask the kids what their favorite part of winter is? Then incorporate those activities onto your bulletin board. Make a winter scene and let those who prefer sledding be the ones sliding down a hill, put the skaters on the ice, and let the builders build a snow fort. Use pictures of your students and let them help! Here is an example of how one classroom did this!
- Hot chocolate is a favorite after spending a day out doors. This classroom had a great idea by turning their doors into mugs of hot chocolate!
With a little creativity and research you can find the perfect winter decorations to warm the hearts of your students!