Easy Peasy Classroom Door Display Ideas

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Easy Peasy Classroom Door Display Ideas

Written by Holly (Teach Starter)
Posted Sunday January 6


Classroom door display ideas… a simple term that when typed into Google or Pinterest a collection of amazingly decorated classroom doors are shown. You spot the one you love and begin the process of collecting all of the materials to finesse the concept – however, this task often becomes much larger than you originally anticipated. Been there?

We’re here to help, we’ve created not one, but four different classroom door displays that are available at the click of a button. You’ll get everything you need to create your very own, Pinterest worthy classroom door display.

The only thing that might take a bit of time is the cutting out of the materials, nothing a Netflix binge won’t help with, right?

4 Super Easy Classroom Displays to Jazz Up Your Door

There’s nothing better than creating a beautiful classroom door display to make your students feel welcomed as soon as they get to their classroom at the beginning of the year.

The Sky’s the Limit – Space Themed Classroom Door

This space-themed door display template looks phenomenal on a black background. The inspirational title of ‘The Sky’s The Limit’ sets up your students to reach for the stars! What’s not to love about that?

Classroom Door Display Ideas

We Soar to Great Heights – Hot Air Balloon Classroom Door

These super cute hot air balloon templates are perfect (easy to cut out) with a bit of string, you can add a little craftiness to this door display. A bright display that looks super uplifting (see what I did there?) on a nice blue background.

This download also matches in well with the theme of Dr. Seuss in the classroom – ‘Oh the places you’ll go!’

You can stick in a photo of each of your students between the basket and the balloon, to make it look like they are travelling in a hot air balloon. Alternatively, if you don’t have photos yet – you can put in the students’ names as we have done in the below image.

Classroom Door Display Ideas

Gear up for a Great Year – Robot Themed Classroom Door

This robot-inspired classroom door display looks incredible on a black background. Start your students off on the right foot with these cute robots with their names, or better yet, their faces in the robots head.

They’ll have heaps of fun trying to find their robot on the classroom door.

Classroom Door Display Ideas

Look Who’s Blooming – Garden Themed Classroom Door

This is a gorgeous garden-themed classroom door display, especially for a Prep or Kindergarten door. I would definitely suggest using photos of your students in this display. It’s just too cute not to.

Plus, imagine as a parent walks up to the door and they see their child’s face on a display like this.

It would definitely brighten your day, that’s for sure.

Classroom Door Display Ideas

Each door display is available in black and white. So you can save on colour ink by printing the letters on coloured paper and getting your students to decorate their own robot, hot air balloon, flower or astronaut.

A great first-day activity and the students will feel like they have contributed to the door display themselves!

When you find the door display you like, simply click on the little dropdown menu and select ‘Black and White’

Share your #classroomdoordisplay on Instagram and don’t forget to tag us @teachstarter.


Comments & feedback

  • Such great resources for teachers to use. I personally get inspired by all the blog posts and activities you guys create.

    Comment by Augusta on January 10, 2019 at 1:09 am


    • Thanks for your kind words, Augusta! We hope you have a great start to the 2019 school year.

      Official comment by Holly (Teach Starter) on January 14, 2019 at 3:37 pm


  • I love these ideas. I’m looking for superhero templates for my door. Could I request this idea please?

    Comment by Jo Lukabyo on January 14, 2019 at 2:22 pm


    • Thanks for your lovely feedback! Feel free to put in a resource request for a superhero-themed door display.

      Official comment by Holly (Teach Starter) on January 14, 2019 at 3:38 pm


  • These are SUPER!!
    I sure am going to use them – one on my classroom door and the other in the MAKERSPACE !!

    Comment by Sharon Cloete on January 21, 2019 at 11:25 am


    • Hi Sharon,
      Thank you for your lovely comment. I am so glad you are enjoying our resources.

      Official comment by Kristian on January 22, 2019 at 11:32 am


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