Back to School Doors
Just as your front door greets guests to your home, so does your classroom door great students, parents, other teachers and school personnel. Create a good first impression with an attractive and creative classroom door.
Children feel especially welcomed when they see their name on a whimsical or themed door. Back-to-school door decor can last all year long. Here are 10 cute ideas to help in planning your back to school door to last all year!
#1 Add a techie touch to your door with this Facebook and Twitter look door. Kid’s names are on the “Twitter birds.”
#2. Cute as a button and super easy. Minimal cut-out work is required. The buttons are small paper plates in different colors and the “button holes” are black construction paper circles. Put student’s names on white strips.
#3. Hoot, hoot hooray for any grade level with wise owls that bear the names of your students. Create owls from construction paper and then give them some of those big Googly eyes!
#4. A favorite story welcomes students to the early childhood room. Let Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin and John Archambault be the first story you read. Then do an art project to display around your door.
#5. Real ribbons and rick-rack give these gingerbread men a two-dimensional look.
# 6. Is your classroom part of a pod? Here’s a way to help any aged students to feel like they belong.
# 7. Tell your visitors how hard your students work. They don’t monkey around!
# 8.These cute owls have a picture of each student on them. Kids will feel excited to be a part of this class.
# 9. Students will “hop on in” happily inside this attractive, cheerful pod’s welcoming bulletin board.
# 10. A sweet idea for your Kindergarten or Pre-K door. The big cupcake is made of soft cloth stuffed inside netting. The cupcake holder is paper folded accordion style.