Christmas Door Decorations
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Christmas is one of the biggest holidays celebrated in the United States each year. Kids love the idea of Santa, of elves and the North Pole, and getting presents because they’ve been good. When you add Christmas decorations to your classroom door, you give students a magical environment to learn in. There’s no such thing as “too much” Christmas decoration.
Note: Thanksgiving is just as popular – check out our Thanksgiving door decorations as well!
When you add holiday decorations to your classroom door, there’s no reason you have to work in two dimensions. You can use three-dimensional decorations to add depth to door scenes. You might employ hanging curtains or spiral decorations to give students tactile contact with the decorations. There are even full-color scenes printed on door-shaped posters.
Your classroom can help to get students into the festive spirit of the season. Everyone’s excited about winter and holidays and vacation. Make their learning environment a place they’re excited to be.
Here are some of the neatest Christmas classroom door decorations:
Christmas Santa with Gifts Door Cover
Christmas Hanging Swirl Decoration
Each of these swirling hangers has a different festive holiday at the end of the tail. You could hang these on the top and edges of your door frame, or you might mix them with the icicle swirl decorations to create multi-dimensional delightful visuals.
Christmas Elves Door Cover
This cover is thirty inches wide and five feet long, printed in full color. You can paste it over the classroom door and instantly transform the space into a silly Christmas cottage.
Hanging Paper Lanterns
The kit includes six paper lanterns in three bright colors, along with one gold party sign. The set is perfect to hang at the top of your doorframe so your students can enter underneath it, just like they’re heading into a festively-lit holiday party.
Snowflake Swirl Decorations
Each set comes with twelve stunning silver decorations. You can hang them from the door frame to emulate icicles, or you can attach them to the door itself for a three-dimensional mirrored pop. These are also great if you’re decorating for winter in general!
Charlie Brown Christmas Bulletin Board Set
Though this set of cut-outs is made with a bulletin board in mind, you can also construct a scene on the interior or exterior of your classroom door. You might also use these decorations to introduce the classic Peanuts comics to your students.
Star Garland Decorations
Each pack comes with four strings of golden star decorations that can be hung across the frame of your door. The fun shapes and shiny color are both guaranteed to entice students and turn your classroom into a magical place.
Metallic Gold Foil Fringe Curtains
These three by eight-foot curtains crinkle and shimmer in stunning reflective gold. Each pack comes with two curtains, so you can place one on either side of your doorframe to ensure students walk through a shimmering metallic waterfall each morning.
Not sure where to start with your Christmas door decorations?
Luckily there is Pinterest! Here is what other teachers are doing to spruce up their classroom doors for Christmas!