You don’t have to major in arts to make one creative and awesome Valentine’s Day door decoration. It’s quick and easy to decorate your classroom door for Valentine’s day with these colorful DIY classroom door decorating ideas. Besides, learning is way more fun, surrounded by cute ideas in red and pink with lots of little hearts.
Entering classrooms through decorated doors is a fun way to start the day of school. Check out my favorite Valentine’s Day door decorations ideas to impress the adorable hearts of your kiddos.
Hearts For Valentines Day Classroom Door Decorations
You don’t need construction paper if you have red and pink painted toilet paper rolls for Valentine’s Day door decorations! This is such an original and enticing holiday door decor idea. The colored toilet roles make a sensational, giant heart, and it’s so easy to do.
Lots of pink heart decorations, a tree full of them! With this fun Valentine’s Day school door display, a teacher can use the same border from the Winter bulletin board for this display. The white on the navy is a great background color for love you hearts. Hearts are cut out from cardstock.
Those white clouds are amazing; you want to reach out and touch them. Soon the white, red, and pink hearts balloon will reach the clouds. Love is in the air in this school classroom. The bright green grass may keep little kiddos grounded, but I wonder if they are floating in the clouds.
Sweethearts Theme Valentines Classroom Doors Decorating Ideas
This is probably the most adorable Valentine’s door display for first graders with those cute little love birds. Instead of a Sweethearts bulletin board, the teacher made a “tweethearts” door display for her first graders. You can use a black marker to write students’ names on the little birds or the hearts. I love those little hearts!
Cute! Stuffed animals are cute, and this cuddling bear holding a heart with kids’ photos is so adorable it competes even with cupid. And there are more colored hearts with little faces all over the room door. The red and dark pink construction paper background focuses you looking at the student photos. This door decor idea can also be used on bulletin boards for elementary school and kids in 2nd grade or younger.
Check all those hearts falling out of the box! For a 3D effect, a teacher can cover a cereal box with construction paper and decorate it. Here is a great idea for activities gifts – an activity for kids to show kindness to others and the warm feeling when reading the hearts are like we love you gifts.
Fun Food, Candy, And Chocolates Themes For Valentines Classroom Door Decoration Ideas
With a box of conversation hearts, candy box frames, and a cute message, teachers can quickly create an adorable hearts bulletin board door display—the perfect idea for Kindergarten and young students. The empty candy box makes a great heart frame for a student’s photo. Next, decorate the rest of the door with paper hearts and cute messages.
This fun Valentine’s Day door display is so appealing with its 3D bacon pieces. Bacon and eggs always make a person feel good, and how much more when surrounded by awesome hearts with students’ names written on them.
Kisses Fun Ideas Valentines Day Classroom Door Designs
I love this! An easy but great February classroom door display that fits in nicely with Valentine’s Day. Those 3D Hershey kisses are so cute; the best is the little happy Valentine’s Day flags at the top of the aluminum foil 3D chocolate kisses!
Fun idea and innovative Valentine’s Day door decoration display with a difference! Students will love measuring their height against the Hershey kisses and colorful heart shapes scattered across the display. This is a great inspiration for February door decor and bulletin board ideas.
Decorating Doors With Love Notes And Words To Inspire Kids
A little love note from a parent, teacher, or classmate can boost a child’s self-esteem. Although this innovative idea is a mommy leaving message notes to her kid at home, teachers and classmates can use this Valentine inspiration to tell their classmates how awesome they are – I love this idea!
Watch them smile as they read these simple phrases on colored paper hearts – the perfect classroom decorations idea to build students’ confidence. The teacher can surprise kids by adding new heart posts to the Valentine’s Door display with simple but meaningful phrases. You can also expand the idea as an inspiring board inside the classroom.
Great classroom decor idea to show kindness. You could say nice things about someone in many ways, but writing it on a pizza crust is unique! Each student draws a name and then writes what they love about that person on the pizza crust.
Valentines Day Classroom Door Decorations With Christian Theme
A fun Christian-themed door display for preschoolers and Kindergarten. The sweet message with the lollipops and candy, expanding on the sweetness, is a creative way of decorating the school or church doors. A teacher can add more hearts if they wish to make it more of a Valentine’s door display idea.
Educational Lessons Valentines Day Classroom Door Ideas
An educational lesson with some loving fun. With this door display, any middle school kid will love learning new language phrases – it is perfect for Spanish lessons. The 3D red heart is filled with crumbled newspaper to give it an awesome effect. And looking closer, you could see lots of conversation hearts with phrases in various languages. Teachers can use this door display for a social studies lesson activity where students research how other countries and cultures around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Some More Fun Valentine’s Day Classroom Door And Bulletin Board Ideas
Every kid loves Disney characters, and happy Olaf with flowers and colored hearts makes a super cute and cheerful Valentine’s Day door display. This super cute door display is quick to make. You could change the background and accessories to change Olaf into a Winter classroom bulletin board display.
You’ll be humming the tune to school and back – all you need is love! The handprints creating the adorable heart frame are another unique touch, along with the scattered musical notes. All you need is red butcher paper, a student activity where they trace their hands to create this special Valentine’s Day door decoration.
When entering this classroom, you can’t go sweeter than looking at little love bugs in heart shapes. These fun purple and pink love bugs with the cutest little faces are so sweet and adorable! The white construction paper background is a brilliant contrast.
Did you find inspiration from these ideas to make your unique Valentine’s Day door decorations or even use them for Valentine’s Day bulletin board ideas?