Extreme Makeover Classroom Edition BUNDLE: Classroom Decor Volume 3

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This bundle includes the decor I designed for Extreme Makeover Classroom Edition in Monument Valley, Utah on the Navajo reservation! My goal was to create interactive, purposeful decor that would inspire students! Check out the descriptions below for more details.


Zen Zone Booklet:


A classroom Zen Zone is an area you can utilize when students are finished with assignments to decompress, relax, and focus on mindfulness. Use this booklet to guide students to a state of wellness by following the directions or poses listed on each of the pages. You can also include will also find a variety of different tools in your Zen Zone, like yoga mats, motivational books, aromatherapy, etc. Ultimately, the purpose of this Zen Zone is to provide a safe, comfortable space for your students to escape and refocus in your classroom.


- Teacher directions

- Tips for creating your Zen Zone (with pictures)

- Student directions

- Benefits of yoga

- Yoga poses for beginners (with visuals)

- Surya Namaskara sun salutation guidelines

- Benefits of meditation

- Meditation techniques

- The 7 Chakras

- Breathing exercises

- Aromatherapy chart

- Music for relaxation

- Growth mindset quotes

- Wellness challenge

- Mindfulness challenge

- 5x7" quote for a frame in your Zen Zone

Reading Literature Interactive Bulletin Board Challenge:

This reading literature bulletin board is designed to challenge students to read and think OUTSIDE the box! Throughout the school year, students will have the opportunity to complete 12 challenges using this interactive piece of decor!

Challenges include:

Read a book being made into a movie

Read a New York Times best seller

Read a book set in a foreign country

Read a book written the year you were born

Read a book from a different time period

Read a book recommended by a friend

Read a book about social justice

Read a formerly banned book

Read a collection of short stories or poems

Read a piece of non-fiction literature

Read a science fiction or fantasy novel

Read a book awarded the Newbery Medal

This resource includes:

-Teacher directions

-Student directions

-Student tracking bookmarks

-12 challenge pockets

-12 challenge cards

-Realistic, sophisticated graphics that are appealing to teens

-"Reading Workshop" bulletin board letters in mustard gold

We All Have a Story to Tell Interactive Bulletin Board:

This interactive bulletin board is a way to encourage students to TELL THEIR STORY and share it with their peers. I’ve included 21 different journal writing prompts for students to choose in this resource. Simply print and display them in your classroom.


- Bulletin Board Directions

- Display Images

- "We All Have A Story To Tell" letters for board

- 21 writing challenges

- Collaborative directions for students to share their journal entries with their peers

- Pictures for examples

Personalized Student Stationery:

This personalized student stationery is the perfect end of year gift for teens! Simply insert their name, print, and distribute. Your students will value the kindness behind the gesture and be inspired to write letters to their teachers, friends, classmates, and family!

What's included?

- Teacher directions

- Photo examples

- 4 post cards per student

- Editable post cards to personalize with first name and initials

- Adventure/mountain theme

Motivational Posters:

These motivational, empowering posters were designed for Extreme Makeover Classroom Edition on the Navajo reservation in Monument Valley, Utah. I wanted to create simple, yet powerful reminders that leave a big impact in the classroom!


-Teacher directions

-Pictures for examples

-15 quotes for 8.5x11" paper

-15 quotes for 19.7x27.5" frames (TIP: print large scale at Office Max, Staples, UPS, etc.)

-Black & White text and images for easy, quick, and inexpensive prints

Don't Judge a Book by its Cover Activity:

This resource is a TWIST on my original "Don't Judge a Book by its Cover" activity that I began doing my very first year of teaching! You'll wrap and present the first set of books, but then... students will wrap different books that they enjoyed, write a summary, and hook their classmates based on their description as opposed to just the front cover of the book!

What's included:

- Teacher directions

- Student directions

- 20 examples of book descriptions and titles

- EDITABLE template to type and print your own book description

- "Recommended by Students" description templates

- Photo examples

Teacher directions:

Supplies needed: books/magazines/journals to wrap, wrapping paper (check out the dollar section at Target), and this resource!

1. Select the books you want to wrap for your students. The objective is to hook students with the content/summary of the book, NOT the front cover. We’re all guilty of it, but we know we may be missing out on incredible literature because of it!

2. Insert the descriptions of the book on the editable “Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover” resource. (pages 2-3)

NOTE: To add more pages, simply copy and past the slides.

3. Print the descriptions, wrap the books, and attach the descriptions to the wrapped book.

4. Print several copies of pages 4-7, and one copy of page 1 (student directions).

5. HERE’S THE TWIST: When students are done reading a book, whether it’s one you read or one they just genuinely enjoyed, encourage students to wrap/recommend the book to their peers by setting up a wrapping station. Students can wrap the book, write their own hook/summary of the novel, and leave it for another student to read!

6. Include wrapping paper, tape, and the “Recommended by Students” templates in the wrapping station.

Calendars/Growth Mindset Posters:

This resource includes 11 growth mindset posters and 12 desk calendars for the entire school year. They're designed with marbled navy watercolor to match Extreme Makeover Classroom Edition: Monument Valley!

WHAT'S Included:

-All 12 months included

- Marbled navy water color design

- Works for any year

- 4 weeks per month (school days only)

- Works for students OR teacher desk

- Editable template included so you can type in your daily schedule

TIP: Use these calendars as a monthly outline for your students. Include important milestones like project dates, test dates, etc.

11 posters included in the resource:













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