Trying to create a calming classroom environment this school year? I have the perfect Pastel Classroom Decor Bundle for you to use all year long. This bundle will help you stay organized, provide a sense of calm and beauty, reassure students they are important and loved, and keep families up to date on classroom activities. Keep reading to see just some of the things included in this bundle.
Get Organized Using Pastel Classroom Decor
Every teacher knows that organization is key! I used to organize my lesson plans and materials in plain tubs, folders, or bins, but it still looked so cluttered and unorganized. I prefer using beautifully decorated labels like the ones you will see in this post.
This 10-drawer cart is a must for the classroom. I have several to organize center work, turned in paperwork, and my lesson plans. Use the 10-drawer Cart Labels to stay organized and add some pretty decor to the room.
The Teacher Tool Box labels are another fantastic way to keep your classroom organized. Instead of cups to hold all sorts of knick-knacks, these drawers keep everything stored vertically. The labels for these drawers can only be found in the bundle.
Organize your binders, lesson plans, calendars, and more using the printable Pastel Binder Covers. These are a fun and aesthetically pleasing way to keep track of everything on your teacher shelf.
I like to have all important student information printed and at my fingertips in the classroom. The printables are a great way to keep track of student transportation, everyday schedules, and small group data.
We also use tons of calendars to stay organized. The printable calendars are editable, so you can add your own text to each day of the week. Use them to track lessons, provide important information to parents, or jot down dates for students to see on the bulletin board.
Decorate your Classroom with Pastel Classroom Decor
Extend the Pastel Colors Classroom Theme to your bulletin board and classroom decor. Use these motivational posters to push students in the right direction. These positive messages are great confidence boosters for kids to see each day. These posters can only be found in the Pastel Classroom Decor Bundle.
Display each student’s name on this fun and beautiful bulletin board display. Remind students that in your classroom, they are a family. They will enjoy seeing their name up on the pastel bulletin board and be proud to be part of such an amazing community. This bulletin board kit is part of the Pastel Classroom Decor Bundle.
Use the Amazing Work Coming Soon Posters as a placeholder for future student work. You know that time period where you don’t want the holiday crafts up on the wall, but their amazing writing pieces aren’t done yet. These posters are a great place-holder and you can grab them from our FREEBIE VAULT.
The Pastel Classroom Decor Collection Includes Multiple Learning Tools and Posters
There are so many learning tools to use in this bundle. There are pastel-themed alphabet posters with corresponding images. These are great for lower elementary classrooms. The colors won’t make your eyes hurt and will match your pastel theme!
Use levels of understanding to get a feel for how much students are grasping during your lessons. I like to let students hold up a finger with their eyes closed so I can see who needs more help and who understands, without embarrassing them in front of the class.
Using a word wall is a great way to remind students about tricky words they may be working on. This word wall is editable and can be customized to your sight word lists. Instead of a bland black and white word wall, grab this fun pastel-colored one!
In addition to the physical word wall, let students create their own word wall booklet. Students record the words you are working on and can reference them during class. Keep them in a binder or folder for easy access.
Parents & Students Communication Is A Must
Communication among teachers and parents is so important, but it can be tricky. I send emails as well as newsletters to keep parents informed about things going on in the classroom. These pastel-themed newsletters are an eye-catching way to remind parents of important dates, upcoming events, current standards being worked on, and much more.
When students first enter my classroom, I give them and their parents this Meet Your Teacher printout. It gives them a brief introduction to me and provides them with important contact information to use throughout the year. Give these out at Meet the Teacher or Orientation in your classroom.
If you want a fun way to invite students to your classroom at the start of the new year, use these fun post cards! Ship them directly to their house or hand them out at orientation. The kids will love the sweet piece of mail as they get ready to enter a new and unfamiliar classroom.
Digital Items Can also be Calming & Inviting
If you’re sticking with the pastel theme, use these interactive Daily Slides to welcome students to the classroom each day. Provide them with a simple message and reminders to read before they start their day. This is a great way to get them situated and working quietly as everyone else enters.
There are also timed slides you will love using during center times. Set the timer accordingly and it’s a hands-free way to make sure you fit all of your lessons into the day.
There are so many items included in this Pastel Classroom Decor Bundle, I couldn’t fit them all into one post! It’s everything you need to create a beautiful, pastel classroom environment!
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