A desire to bring the outdoors in resulted in this vibrant, colorful, inviting Watercolor Succulent classroom decor theme! It’s a beautiful blend of blues, greens, yellows, and pinks that offer countless design options!
Omigosh, okay, so Watercolor Succulent classroom decor. Are you ready for color, plus more color, and then some MORE color? Because if you are, then this classroom decor theme might be right for you.
Exactly how much do I sound like a 1980s commercial?
Commercialism aside, let’s just rest our eyes on these gorgeous colors, beautiful succulent and greenery clipart, and soothing patterns. I DO have a confession, though. When I finished creating this theme, I was legitimately SAD!!! I actually missed working on it. And then I had the same reaction when I finished the photoshoot!
Thank you for understanding.
There is something so downright HAPPY about this theme. And I can’t wait for you and your students to enjoy it! Watercolor Succulent classroom decor brings out the best of so many classroom decor elements. If you already have these colors in your decor collection, then you’re ready to go. And if you use white and black in a lot of your classroom organization (notice my white desk and shelving unit, black pocket calendar, and silver metal 12-drawer rolling cart), then you’re still set to go! This classroom decor theme will fit into whatever you have!
Watercolor Succulent classroom decor is ideal for teachers who want
- Flexibility (text editable PowerPoint files are included for several resources)
- Bright, bold colors in their classrooms
- Tools for organization
- Focus wall materials
What’s included in this Watercolor Succulent classroom decor theme
Below is a list of the materials you’ll get in this classroom decor theme! Since there are several text editable files, the sky’s the limit in what you can customize for your own classroom.
- Word Wall with sight words
- Word wall banner
- Alphabet cards
- Alphabet posters
- Classroom rules posters
- Decorative bunting in more than one style
- Teacher binder covers
- Teacher binder spines
- Desk Name plates
- Hand signals
- Table numbers
- Cubby tags
- Classroom jobs cards
- Google Slides templates
- Daily schedule card headers
- Daily schedule cards
- Time cards
- Colors, shapes, and numbers
- Ten frames
- Currency posters
- Number lines (including skip counting and whisper counting)
- Calendar cards including years, months, days of the week, special occasions, and numbers
- Birthday posters
- Weather chart with weather cards and seasons
- Classroom supply labels
- Rolling cart labels for 10- and 12-drawer rolling carts in rectangular and angled styles
- Book bin labels in two styles
How to decorate for this classroom decor theme
Although not an official rainbow classroom decor theme, I DO think rainbow accents fit perfectly. You see that in the rainbow color bulletin board border pictured in this post. The blend of colors and patterns provides design flexibility. Furthermore, materials and decor accents don’t have to be matchy-matchy to work together.
Add greenery, succulents, and colorful flowers to the mix. If you have book bins and trays in a variety of colors, then add them to the fray! On the flip side, if you have white or black accents, then ADD THEM HERE. They’ll look awesome next to the blues, greens, yellows, and pinks in this Watercolor Succulent classroom decor theme.
Once you have your classroom decor theme, you might run into new questions such as how do I print classroom materials or how do I customize my classroom website? I’ve answered these questions and more on the blog. Click the links to learn more!
Spiriteds, I hope you are well. Stay wild and know that I’m glad you’re here!
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