No doubt seeing creative school stuff can add the desire to study. Seeing a well-decorated and colorful classroom makes everyone in a good mood. While enjoying the decoration, everyone will study better.
Are you considered a creative person? Why don’t you use that creative side for a school decoration? Go now! Everyone needs your hands either you are a teacher or student.
Start with the Door
What is the first thing you see when arriving at school? Yes, that’s a door. That’s why you should decorate the classroom door if you want the class to be called “decorated”. A snowman, penguins, pine trees, snowflakes, and igloos are few things related to winter. Use colorful papers, glitters, or paper cup.
Using blue paper to cover the surface of the door will be the perfect background and perfect for a winter theme. The elf figure attached to the door will make your classroom decoration look more beautiful and attractive. Elf Themed from @teachingthird.
You can use a white background to create a clean look that’s perfect for winter. This snowman painting of snow will be the perfect room decoration and catch the attention of every student who enters. Snowman Door from @sunshineandsunflowersss.
The blue paper lining the classroom door would be the perfect backdrop. Several paper winter ornaments that are attached to the classroom door will present a beautiful and very festive appearance. Wonderland Winter Classroom Door from @betsymary85.
Decorating a school door with a ginger house theme will give it a very festive look. Various colorful stickers painted in colorful colors will present a beautiful and attractive appearance. Ginger House Classroom Door from @craftymakize.
This classroom door is decorated using a Christmas tree made of paper, which looks beautiful and refreshing. Decorated with paper ornaments will present a festive look and succeed in attracting children’s attention. Christmas Tree Themed from @misscteacher.
Very interesting. This classroom door is decorated with colorful paper so that it will present a beautiful and festive appearance. Decorated with reindeers will make this classroom door look beautiful and festive in winter. Reindeer Themed from @rainbowishabe.
Decorating the classroom door with a Christmas tree from paper crafts will bring a fresh look. You can also add light ornaments so that it will make it look more attractive and festive. Christmas Tree and Lighting Themed from @missloughlinslearners.
Very festive. This classroom door is decorated with a mitten theme so it will look attractive and different from the others. Having a colorful theme will make it stand out and inspire. Mitten Themed from @sparklingmiddleschool.
Work on Those Books
Have piles of book for the small library at the back of the class? Don’t worry, you can work on that. Create a snowman by piling up some books in white covers. Use black-covered books for the hat. You can also pile up some brown books to create a Rudolph. If you are lucky to have some green books, create a pine tree.
You can use a book to make a pine tree so it will look more creative. Decorated with string lights will make this Pine tree look more festive and make your Classroom more beautiful. Small Pine Tree from @ashleigh.educates.
This Snowman will make your classroom decoration look more beautiful and attractive. Made using stacks of books, this snowman looks creative and different from usual. Black and White Snowman from @lil_book_nut.
The pine tree that is displayed in the corner of the classroom will give a beautiful and creative winter vibe. Made using books and decorated using string lights will present a very beautiful appearance and succeed in stealing attention. Corner Pine Tree from @walvarez89.
Unique and creative. This Snowman ornament is made using stacked books so that it looks different from usual. Displayed on the table, it will steal the attention of everyone who sees it so it can inspire. Book Snowman from @whitscottjones.
Books stacked vertically to form a pine tree will present a creative and inspiring look. You can place it on a table so it will be the perfect focal point and manage to inspire everyone who comes along. Colorful Book Pine Tree from @alleyncourt.
Using books to make this pine tree will bring a very inspiring look to the classroom. Displaying it on the floor area looks simple but still attractive. Decorated with string lights will make it look very festive. Floor Pine Tree from @samandscout.
Creative and very creative. Books that are stacked vertically will become a unique and interesting pine cone tree. Decorated with string light and tinsel, it will present a beautiful and stunning look. Lighted Pine Tree from @steubenville_catholic_schools.
Use That Empty Space
Some classrooms have an empty space in the middle. That means, you can use it for school decoration. Make some ornaments from paper or other materials to form snowflakes or snowman. Place it in the middle, in front of, at the corner or in every class room seat.
Displaying a Santa figure in an empty space will make your classroom decoration look more festive. You can also add reindeer and Santa carriage accents there so it will look more festive. Santa Figure from @mrs.makridakis.
Hanging a few of these snowflakes will be a charming room decoration and will steal the crowd’s attention. Combined with snowman accents will give a unique look and create a stylish room focal point. Snowman and Snowflake from @monica3isme.
This Christmas tree made using paper chains will make an empty space in your classroom so it will look attractive. In addition, this Christmas tree is very safe for children. Paper Chain Christmas Tee from @ellisonedu.
Creative and inspiring. You can take advantage of an empty corner room to make your mini house agr classroom look more lively. Some of the penguin ornaments that are displayed around the house will present their own charm and are very popular with children. Mini House and Penguin from @brightertomorrowsprek.
The winter scene above this table will make your classroom decoration look more lively and less boring. Classroom decoration ideas look beautiful and are very safe for children. Winter Scene from @misscteacher.
Make Use of the Empty Walls
Is there an empty wall in your classroom? Make use of it with some decorations. Use some colors to create a winter-theme view. There are lots of options to choose from. A snowy mountain with pine trees and snowmen. Houses with a roof covered with snow. A dark night with snow and animals. You name it. Make sure all members of the classroom take part in it. So, you will have so many things to put on those walls.
A 3D Christmas tree that is attached to the wall will make your classroom wall decoration look more beautiful and very comfortable. Then you can add other decorations to make it look more festive. 3D Christmas Tree from @erin.eberhart.
These floating wall shelves will make your classroom walls stand out more. Here you can decorate it with snowflake ornament and snowman ornament so it will look festive and will never fail for winter theme. Snowman and Snowflake from @teacherkristen.
Snowman art made by these children will never fail for classroom wall decoration ideas. Here you only need to stick it on the wall so it will make your wall look more prominent than usual. Snowman Art from @caffeinedriveneducator.
Using this DIY bulletin using paper materials will be the perfect focal point on your classroom wall. Having a winter theme will make it look perfect in winter. Bulletin Winter Themed from @carsondellosa.
This classroom wall is decorated with a faux fireplace so that it will present a warm winter look. This faux fireplace was made by children using paper material so it looks attractive in a simple way. Faux Fireplace from @tonyastaab.
Not sure which one to use for your school decoration? Use them all!