Classroom Decor Sets
It's time to think about our classrooms again and how we want to decorate. I prefer decorating in literature themed sets. I like my stuff to match, too. So I made four sets for you!
Each set includes:Lesson Plan book cover(s)
Name plates- varied styles
Name tags –varied styles
Months of the year
Days of the week (large and small)
AND Pencil top pennants for birthdays and rewards
Wizard of Oz Classroom Decor Set
Don't you just love Dorothy and Toto? How about the scarecrow, tin man and cowardly lion? That dastardly witch? Well, then this is the set for you!
Peter Pan Classroom Decor Set
Do you ever want to go to Neverland? Peter pan, Tinkerbell and the crew are ready for you to decorate your room! Well, then this is the set for you!
Alice in Wonderland Classroom Decor Set
Do you want to go down the rabbit hole? Then Alice is the set for you. I had this theme for the last two years and the kids loved it. Great for bringing the book to life! Get the set here.
Mary Poppins Classroom Decor Set
My new passion! I will be using this one this year. I couldn't decide on the traditional silhouette or a color version so I included both! I just love the carousel horses. So pretty. You can choose which one to use based on your mood. Click here to see it.
Best of all, each set is only $4 or $5 based on how big it was so it won't break your wallet! We have enough things to buy to ready our rooms. Enjoy the classroom decor sets! If you can think of other literature based sets, you may like in the future, let me know in the comments. I'll see if I can find clip art to match and create more. One last tip: I stopped buying fifty types of labels. Now I only buy full sheets and then cut them to the size I want. No more worries about misalignment or whether it'll be the right size. I just print and cut! If you want more ideas on classroom decorations with these themes, just check out my Pinterest pages. I have a separate page for each loaded with the ideas I liked.
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