Are you a room mom or a classroom helper at your children’s school? If the classroom door is still plain and boring, it’s time to get creative and help decorate for Valentine’s Day. There’s no need to scour Pinterest for ideas. I’ve got you covered with 27 creative classroom door decorations for Valentine’s Day.
I searched my school and the internet to find these fantastic ideas for you. Parents are so creative! Since most of these ideas were simply photos uploaded to Pinterest with no credit given, I can’t give credit to most of the images. I’ve given credit where possible. I think you’ll recognize which photos were taken by me. Ready for the first idea? Here we go!
Classroom Door Decorations from the Heart
These next ideas all relate to hearts. If you can cut out a heart, you can probably manage these ideas.
I love this idea for making a fake box of SweetHearts! So cute! I suppose if you didn’t have the time to create a giant box from scratch, you could cover several cereal boxes and have more than one box on the door.
If the box idea is too daunting, skip the box, and try this idea instead! “We’re a bunch of SweetHearts”
I love this unique idea with an old fashioned “Boom Box.” Who remembers those? I do!!! Our Hearts Beat for ____. Fill in the teacher’s name or grade.
The real string is my favorite part on these paper heart balloons. “Love is in the air!”
Or, try this version of the same idea. Each student can design their own balloon to float away in the cotton ball clouds.
I love this idea because the ice skating bear makes this door idea work well through January and February.
Need a super simple and quick idea? You can’t beat this one. Just cut out Xs, Os, and hearts on the school die cut machine for a speedy hugs and kisses door with high impact.
Here’s another simple idea with paper hearts and bold block letters.
Turn hearts into fish, seaweed, and bubbles for this unique Love fish idea.
Clever Classroom Door Decorations
If you’re more into door ideas with clever sayings, these next classroom doors might be right up your alley.
If you’re into Twitter, you’ll love this fun idea. “Our class is something to tweet about!”
Or, use birds for this adorable “Tweethearts” classroom door decorations idea from Life in First Grade.
Ahh — the mustache craze. So much fun! Here’s the simple version. “I mustache you . . . ”
And, for those of you with a little bit more time to plan ahead and take pictures . . . isn’t this adorable?
This “toad-a-ly awesome bulletin board could easily be adapted to any classroom door.
“Owl” love you forever. Enough said.
These love bugs make a great classroom art project that easily transfers to a fun classroom door. Check out my love bugs Valentine craft, here.
I love the class pictures peeking out from the love notes on this adorable door. “Sending Love Your Way!”
If your child’s teacher is a coffee lover, he or she will love this “Love you Latte” idea.
This clever puzzle idea is perfect for decorating door of the speech teacher. “We go together like letters and sounds.” It would work for a reading specialist, too.
I love this idea for the librarian’s door. “Books are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
This clever “time for learning” idea combines what the kids are learning in math with a fun Valentine classroom door idea.
Love this play on words with a lamb: Will “ewe” be my Valentine? (I remember that idea from when I was a kid!)
I love that this “Bee Mine” idea is so simple and cute! You could make the bees as detailed or as simple as you’d like.
Classroom Door Decorating Ideas with Character
Are you into movie characters? Here are two of my favorites that adapt easily to fun classroom door decorations: Minions and Olaf!
Another character favorite for me — Olaf! Love is an Open Door! (Now you’re going to be singing that song all day! Sorry.) If your child is Olaf obsessed, be sure to check out these Olaf classroom valentine ideas: Valentine, you’re worth melting for & Sending you a warm hug, Valentine.
If the above door challenges your craft skills, skip papering the door and go for snow and hearts instead of grass and flowers. It’s just as cute with a little bit less work.
I love this Olaf idea from Sew Crafty Mommy, too. “Olaf” this class! So clever.
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There you have it. Twenty-seven brilliant ideas to save you time. Good luck with your door decorating. I’d love to hear which door you choose and how it turns out!
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