Tuesday, 18 August 2020

Dog Classroom Theme Ideas

I recently saw a helpful hounds classroom jobs bulletin board and realized that a dog theme would be a really fetching idea! Dogs are helpful and loyal. These are attributes that we would want to encourage in our students. In a dog themed classroom, every pupil (or pup) is a part of the pack. 

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 dog themed classroom.

The classroom in the picture above has a combination of Snoopy from Peanuts (#ad), Paw Patrol, and other dog cut outs. There are also pawprints everywhere.

For classroom rewards, students earn treats.

Tracking Our Pawsome Work - A dog themed bulletin board for displaying the students' work. Have a clipboard (#ad) for each student and decorate with large paw print cut outs (#ad).

This paw print bulletin board used these letters (#ad) on a black background with paw print cut-outs and a paw print border trim.


Make rainbow crayons for your class from all the broken crayon nibs. Use silicone moulds like these dog themed ones for melting them. Silicone moulds come in different shapes including paw prints and bone shapes.

More ideas will be added soon.

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