How to Add a Creative Touch to Your Classroom Decor

Teachers are always looking for creative decorations. This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers how to add fun pops of color to their space.

Oh sweet friend...who wouldn't love a dessert table in the classroom? Wouldn't that be a nice after lunch treat? I've often said we need a coffee and dessert cart to go from classroom door to classroom door each afternoon. Perhaps I'll make that be part of my presidential campaign should I choose to run (I still have about a month right?).

Anyhow, this is not about the desserts but rather the awesome pop of color that is the 3D wall decor! I personally love that these are flowers and leaves and will be mentally filing this away for the spring when I teach about plants and such, but it would also be fabulous just as circles and dots and colorful awesomeness.

Can't you picture seasonal colors...black and orange this month....snowflakes in the winter?

Teachers are always looking for creative decorations. This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers how to add fun pops of color to their space.




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