Saturday, 19 September 2020

Ladybug Classroom Theme Decor

A ladybug classroom theme incorporates the classic look of polka dots with a red, black, and white color scheme. Ladybug cut-outs and spring flowers add to the cuteness of this theme.

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

Use a black polka dot classroom rug (#ad) in your ladybug themed classroom. Also, polka dot adhiesive paper and polka dot shower curtains really transform the classroom space. Polka dots everywhere! Make sure that they are black and white or black and red. You'll also need lots of red and black bulletin board trims (#ad).


If you want to make a huge bulletin board with large ladybugs, the ladybug shaped pages of this ladybug notepad (#ad) can each be laminated and cut out to create large ladybug cut outs that you can write on.

 

See my collection of ladybug themed printables here. These ladybug themed classroom decor printables are from my TpT collection. You get to download them instantly upon purchase and they can be used for years because you'll have lifetime acess to the files.

   



More ladybug classroom decorations for your classroom from Amazon:

This beautiful ladybug themed bulletin board for displaying students' work used a black and white polka dot background paper with a white scalloped border trim, and a black and white bunting above it.


I love what this teacher has done in her ladybug themed classroom! A mailbox sorter shelf, similar to this one, was placed on a black storage seat shelf. Both shelving units blend perfectly. The mailbox sorter is used to store the classroom clipboards. Large red storage baskets are at the bottom.


 
Ladybug paper fans (#ad) for classroom decor and ladybug storage cubes (#ad)

 

Ladybug classroom seating cushions

Ladybug math subitizing cards (#ad), not created for classroom decor but they can be used as cut-outs as well as flashcards.

More resources will be added soon.

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