Dr. Seuss Classroom Decorations

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Dr. Seuss themed classroom decorations are a popular sight in schools, especially during Dr. Seuss week/month celebrating Read Across America Day.
Here are some cute ideas I found from Ms. Cobleigh’s preschool class.  She shared her photos on Instagram (follow her @PreschoolPlace) and offered to share them with us online.

She had her kids create the craft art, then used them to decorate the walls. The Thing One Thing 2 handprint art is adorable. She used paper plates, yarn and construction paper to make the hot air balloons. Kids can stamp their feet in paint, then on paper, or just trace feet on paper and cut out to create the foot wall.

These simplistic doors make a huge statement.  The fish curtains were made using a plastic table cloth and she said it looks beautiful when the light shines in. Truffula trees always help set the tone of a whimsical Dr. Seuss themed room and the children in the window look perfect on the wall.
There are so many Dr. Seuss classroom decorating and activity ideas online. I have an entire Pinterest board to gather the ideas. Click here to see more.

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I also wanted to share her darling Preschool 50’s Sock Hop. She did this to celebrate the 50th day of school.

They wore poodle skirts.  The Drive-In sign really lights up using battery operated tea-lights from the dollar store. The checkered floor was made from cardstock paper and taped over and lasted through the party.
I need that sign in my kitchen diner. See my 50’s Sock Hop Party and home diner here.

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