Thursday, 26 July 2018

Dr. Seuss Classroom Decor

Dr. Seuss is and always will be a classic theme for classrooms that will never go out of style. It just fills the room with an aura of silliness, playfulness and laughter. I particularly like anything that goes with the 'Oh The Places You'll Go' book because it is such a positive message for young learners. I feel that the value that students are getting out of this theme is an environment that encourages a love for books and reading. Below is my Amazon compilation of Dr. Seuss Classroom Decor posters, wall decals and other cute stuff.

I love to find awesome classroom decor ideas. As an Amazon affiliate, I may earn a commission for purchases using my links. Learn more. The ideas and paid links below are based on Amazon finds that are great for making a Seuss classroom.

This classroom has the Dr. Seuss Alphabet posters (#ad) at the top, Dr. Seuss classroom calendar (#ad), and truffula trees.

A Seuss classroom reading corner with a Reading is Fun banner (#ad).

Dr. Seaus teacher desk makeover using a wall decal (#ad).


Dr. Seuss quotes are really popular in popular for classroom posters and banners. The motivating quotes are deep yet simple enough for children to understand.



A reading corner...


Use red and aqua blue storage bins (#ad) or an aqua bookshelf.

Use paper lantern balloons for an 'Oh the Places You'll Go' classroom theme.

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