Welcome your students back from summer with a bright and fun classroom door. From playful puns to charming jungle animals, these themes will spark kids’ imagination and get them excited about learning. Not allowed to decorate your door? Don’t worry, these ideas would also make a great bulletin board. So get ready to roll out the butcher paper and unpack your scissors, because your door is about to be the coolest in the school.

1. School’s a Treat

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With a bright pink color, this classroom has transformed into a candy shop! Its pastel polka dots create a fun feel, while the giant lollipop is the perfect focal point for this sweet door.

2. Coloring Outside the Lines

Nothing screams a new school year like a fresh box of crayons! With a rainbow of colors, this door celebrates your new class as bright crayons in a Crayola pack. The DIY crayon wreath pulls this look together perfectly.

3. Dr. Seuss’s Style¬†

Based on the beloved Dr. Seuss book, this theme is a great way to display your students’ artistic abilities! By decorating with your kids own wockets, your door will have a fun and personalized touch.

4. Whooo’s There?

Whooo doesn’t love a good owl pun? With large eyes and cute beaks, these little critters are both a teacher and student favorite! This door’s black background allows for the colorful birds to really pop. A great way to personalize this theme is to have kids pick out their own pattern for an owl and write their names.

5. Throwing Shade

Make your door the coolest in the hall with this fun and sassy theme! Taking photos of students wearing sunglasses is a great way to show off their personalities and get them excited for the new school year. Not to mention that large shades cutout is absolutely eye-catching!

6. What’s Poppin?

Make your door stand out with this bright red popcorn theme! With strung kernels and popcorn boxes, this door decor has a fun 3D effect.

7. Out of This World

Inspire students to reach for the stars with this galactic themed door. A silly green alien gives this door a playful feel, perfect for setting the mood of the new school year.

8. Knock, Knock

Start the school year with a great punchline! This simple, but bright, door decor calls upon a classic knock-knock joke. Its vivid orange and blue colors create an eye-catching design, while its pun theme will make your students laugh.

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