Merry Christmas and happy holidays, Spiriteds! If you’re getting into the spirit by decorating your classroom for December, then you’re in the right place! These Christmas classroom decor materials are a quick, simple way to make your classroom look festive AND organized without breaking a sweat.
I’m a big decorator for Christmas. And even though I don’t use 25,000 Italian imported twinkling lights on my house (BONUS POINTS if you know the movie reference), I DO love a good decor piece. If it helps me stay organized, then so much the better. These resources cover both bases. They’re pretty and they’re functional.
So let’s dive in and you can see for yourself.
Christmas classroom bulletin board ideas
I’ll get to the nuts and bolts of what’s pictured here. But we gotta start with the bulletin board because it illustrates just how awesome this color scheme is. Why? Because it’s accented with materials I use in other themes.
The rainbow bulletin board border is the same one I used in my Back to School classroom decor theme. And the woodgrain paper is the same one I used in my Boho Farmhouse classroom decor theme. Yet the combo still works beautifully for this Christmas setup.
Like the Winter Classroom Decor setup I already wrote about, this is definitely a theme where you can shop your home or your classroom before investing in more pieces.
And even the materials in this bulletin board set can be used in more than one way. The bunting in the bulletin board set is perfect for decorating more than one area of your classroom and at different times throughout the year. So while the display is super-festive, some of the individual pieces can be used at more than one time in a twelve-month period.
That’s my kind of decorating!
Christmas color schemes
When I was growing up, Christmas colors were almost always red and green. And while I love that color scheme, it’s nice to shake it up once in a while. Especially if you’re integrating your Christmas classroom decor into an existing classroom decor theme. So this Christmas color scheme favors:
Dark pink Dark blue Mint-kelly green (other than beautiful, I don’t know how else to describe it) Teal-turquoise Yellow and orange accents
This Christmas theme would also go well with classroom themes that feature:
- Boho accents
- Farmhouse aesthetics
Anytime you’re printing digital classroom resources, it’s important to note that printers behave differently from one another. My current home printer tends to print darker and more concentrated than other printers I’ve owned in the past. If you want want to learn more, then I’ve got just the post for you: How to Print Classroom Decor!
Christmas classroom decor
So what products are pictured in this seasonal setup? How about:
- Google Slides Templates – Christmas
- Christmas Google Sites Templates
- Christmas Bulletin Board
- Editable Teacher Binder Covers, Spines, and Name Tags – Christmas
Is this where we talk about the teacher binder covers? Because just like the bulletin board set, materials in this product can be used in more than one way throughout the year! I’m completely convinced the circle tags could double as bunting, and the desk name plates could double as labels. Basically this is the product that keeps on giving. And you don’t even have to be a card-carrying member of the Jelly of the Month Club to reap the benefits (BONUS POINTS AGAIN if you know the movie reference, Griswold).
Spiriteds, I hope your holiday season is full of joy and time to rejuvenate. However you celebrate, however you decorate, just know I’m glad you’re here! ❤️