This editable classroom décor set is not the typical woodland forest theme….it’s more of a 140 page forest fantasy! I actually made it as an update for my own classroom décor this year and ended up loving it so much that I could not keep it to myself. It uses an adorable color palette of pastels mixed with rich colors and minimalist black and white backgrounds. The whimsical forest animals add a cute and fun touch.
This set is fully editable! You are able to click and add text for your students’ names, additional events for your calendar, supply labels, etc. Make it work for you by adding what you need!
In this fully editable 140 page set you will find:
-Desk Nametags: 6 options for colors, all include a 100 chart and cursive alphabet
-Word Wall Header
-Alphabet Circles (for your word wall or an alphabet display)
-Editable Circles—blank colorful/patterns circle labels—large
-Literacy Center Rotation Chart- with a heading sign and smaller cards to show your center names and group names. Also editable.
-Math Center Chart- to show groups and center assignments
-Calendar- including colorful circle numbers for dates, more for holidays and birthdays, also some editable circles for your own events. Also included are days of the week, months of the year, yesterday was, today is, tomorrow will be, and weather report
-Color Coded Table Signs (choice of animal name i.e. “Foxes, Bears, Squirrels” or Table 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
-Matching Supply Caddy Labels (animal names and numbers)
-Sound Symbol Alphabet Posters—lowercase
-Cursive Alphabet Poster
-Classroom Helpers Poster and Job Cards (Includes many, but editable so that you can add your own)
-Attendance Chart (“Whooo’s here?”) with owls for students to check in (editable for names)
-How We are Going Home Sign
-What’s for Lunch Sign
-Student # Circles (to use with 2 signs above)—editable so that you can choose to use names or use as labels
-WELCOME sign for classroom doorway
-Number Posters—1-10 show objects for amounts and 11-20 only show number
-Skip Count by 10 Posters (showing the spelling of each word)
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