Tuesday, 1 September 2020

Star Wars Classroom Theme

Star Wars Classroom Decor Ideas

A Star Wars classroom is a very positive theme to use for elementary and middle school. It's not as cutesy but both girls and boys would like it.  I am a huge fan, by the way! The main colors to be used are gold and black, and there should be lots of references to 'The Force'. 

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 Star Wars themed classroom. 

The Star Wars classroom bulletin board (#ad) above has a border trim that is space themed, and cut-outs of popular characters from the movies.


This teacher used Star Wars letters (#ad) to make the two buletin boards above.

I love this Star Wars bulletin board for encouraging reading.

Star Wars themed printables to match a gold and black decor:

 

Gold striped classroom labels and space themed classroom labels with black, gold, and red frames. These labels are editable and they bolth come with pictures and black editable cards. The space themed one also can be used for a Hollywood classroom because of the gold stars on it.

Star Wars classroom decor items from Amazon:

 

 
Star Wars classroom reward (#ad) certificate and reward stickers (#ad)

 


 



 
You can make your own DIY droid classroom trash bin using a white or silver bin with a dome cover.


More ideas will be added soon.

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