Prep for the school year with these fun Minion classroom ideas!
The “Despicable Me” Minions are no strangers to kids. What better way to celebrate their new movie release than to create Minion-themed classroom decorations? Here are 8 different ways decorate your classrooms with Minions:
1. Download a printable Classroom Management Set.
Get your students excited about being in the classroom with these awesome Minion-themed labels! There is no better way to manage the class than with Minion-themed decor. You can purchase these labels and the rest of the Minions Classroom Management Set here.
2. Dress up the classroom door.
There are a “Minion” ways for you to decorate your classroom door! Find more inspiration for door decorations on Pinterest here.
3. Decorate the bulletin board.
Show off your students’ work on a cute bulletin board like this one!
4. Print out a Minion-themed calendar.
If a bulletin board isn’t enough, you’ll love these Minion calendar friends that can be used every single day of the week! Print these out and laminate them for Minion fun all year long! You can purchase yours here.
5. Create your own posters for the classroom.
Instead of purchasing and printing out labels and decorations, get creative by making your own informative posters for the classroom! Learn how to make this lab safety poster here.
6. Give your students Minion bookmarks.
These DIY popsicle bookmarks are fun and your students can write their names on the bottom so they know which one is theirs! Learn how to make these guys here.
7. Give your students a Minion name tag.
A super easy craft and perfect for the beginning of the school year.
8. Have a movie day filled with Minion themed snacks.
Put on “Despicable Me” and treat your students to a movie day with some of these adorable Minion-themed treats!
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This post was written by Linda Cheung, a social media intern at BookPal. She is currently reading Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari.