Wednesday, 5 August 2020

Fiesta Classroom Theme Ideas


A fiesta classroom theme embraces diversity and uses lots of paper decorations that are vivid with a mixture of stripes and bright colors. The two main paper decorations that you will see are the popular paper fans and papel picado tissue paper banners. I'd like to see more of the papel picado being used. Especially for lettering to make bulletin boards and welcome banners. I'll be on the look out for these because I really wanted to add more ideas to this post. TpT has some here. I want to stay away from triggering elements like sombreros and tacos and you should too. These elements are stereotypical and have been really overdone.  

I found a teacher through TpT, her store is My Spanish 2 Go, check out her free video showing how you can use papel picado letters to make your bulletin boards. The one in the bienvenidos picture above came from her designs.

I love to find 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 fiesta themed classroom.

 
Use fiesta paper fans (#ad). They are a must for this theme. The vivid colors are just right.


Hang lots of papel picado tissue paper banners (#ad) for create a fiesta theme.

This fiesta themed classroom bullein board used these fans (#ad) and letters matching the colors of the fans.

Cute rainbow fiesta classroom decor with paper fans (#ad).

So festive! The Day of The Dead door cover, tissue flowers, and papel picado tissue paper banners really go together.


This whiteboard is decorated with ivy vines and papel picado tissue paper banners.

If you need more colorful inspiration for your Fiesta classroom, check out this blog post of rainbow themed classroom decor ideas

1 comment:

8Teen44 Creations said...

Wow! Absolutely beautiful!

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