27 Spring Bulletin Board Ideas That Make Your Classroom Blossom

As frosty winter goes away, let us decorate for springtime fun. It will be easy to do with a bit of preparation and some inspiration; getting your classroom ready for spring will be almost effortless.

Here you will find plenty of perfect spring bulletin board ideas for almost learning environment: preschool, kindergarten, and middle school.

1. Never Stop Growing!

Spring is the perfect time to remind you never to stop growing. This Spring bulletin board with bright flowers and fun handprint flower crafts is a cheerful reminder of spring.

Source: @learnwitheymu

2. Spring Vibes

Do we love a Scrabble theme spring vibes bulletin board? Absolutely.

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3. Things Are “Hoppin-ing”

If you are looking for springtime classroom door ideas, this BIG cheerful sun, hopping froggies, and butterflies all around the door window really make a splash.

Source: @teachernyla

4. Spring into a Good Book

Spring into a good book with colorful language arts and reading spring ideas for classroom door.

5. Waddle We Do If It Rains?

Waddle we do if it rains? Puddle jumping, of course. This spring bulletin board with a friendly yellow duck in rainboots and a familiar character is ideal for preschool bulletin board.

Source: @paigey_2010

6. Spring Is In The Air

This” spring is in the air” bulletin board idea with ladybugs craft is another favorite theme for preschool and elementary classrooms.

7. We are a Bright Bunch!

We love bright and colorful spring decorations. This door is one of our favorites. The creativity of this classroom door decoration combining different patterns uses a striped background and adds texture to this door with a streamer rainbow. 

8. Rain or shine, we learn all the time!

This bulletin board is catchy and encouraging. What says spring more than the sunshine and flowers after a long winter? With a white picket fence design with bright letters and giant flowers, this is a beautiful way to celebrate a fresh new season.

9. Spring Tissue Flowers

Handmade tissue paper flowers are a fun and creative way to make spring decorations for the classroom door or bulletin board. You can create a classroom flower garden using tissue paper, ribbon, and glue.

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10. Add a little sunshine to someone’s day!

Motivation with a bulletin board? Yes, please! It’s always good to remind everyone that they can positively change someone else’s day.

11. Spring into Math

This encouraging math classroom door decoration uses eggs and bunnies, but think out side the box and incorporate other spring symbols to make this your own. Check out our bulletin board accents to see what goes best with your theme.

12. Hello Spring

Bright and inviting Spring door for classroom. This door decoration keeps it simple with black and white patterns, then adds bright, fun flowers and colorful letters to welcome the spring season. 

13. Spring Classroom Door and Craft

Spring classroom doors don’t have to be overly complicated. This one from Instagram shows how well a simple design can be accomplished. The colorful Jackson Pollock-styled butterflies are great for art class.

Source: @annamariemuscat

14. Handprint Sunflowers

Another example of a cheerful spring classroom door. Happy, warm sun, student-made sunflower hands decoration, and a jolly turtle. One of the most inviting doors we have found. Handprint crafts are always fun to welcome the seasons and get students involved in the classroom decorations.

15. Happy Springtime!

This happy spring bulletin board is a clever spring classroom board made of Flowers with clockfaces centers to show spring “time.” The colorful garden of flowers greets such an inviting time into the classroom.

16. Balloon Tree

Using a few balloons makes this one fun and easy to assemble tree design.

Source: @lejas_classroom

17. Stay Wild Springtime

Spring is a great time to let students’ artistic abilities go wild. Allow students to explore with watercolor, markers, or acrylic paint to make wildflower art. These Student-made wildflower masterpieces will contribute to a unique bulletin board.

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18. I Love My Peeps!

Peep bunnies are a cute way to decorate for spring. Adding students’ names is a sweet touch that they will love.

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19. Reading Helps Your Mind BLOOM

Who can argue that reading helps your mind bloom? Such a superb and colorful design. We like the fun and easy-to-make tissue paper flower design. 

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20. April Showers Bring May Flowers.

Creative tissue cloud clusters to resemble clouds with colorful raindrops watering the flowers is an adorable way to bring life to this age-old saying. 

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21. “PreK Is Blooming”

Spring is blooming with handprint flowers are a sweet touch to this blooming classroom door. Coffee filter butterflies flying through the air add a colorful touch to these adorable classroom decorations.

Source: @brightdaysinpk

22. Reading Brings Us Together

Reading is an activity that prompts discussions and can bring ideas together.

23. St Patrick’s Day Bulletin Board Accents

Giving classroom bulletin boards a festive touch by adding seasonal bulletin board accents is an easy way to dress up current daily bulletin boards. This spring-themed bulletin board might seem more lucky than cute, but St. Patty’s theme is adorable.

24. Math Flowers

If you are searching for math spring decorating ideas for the classroom, look no further than this colorful math garden board! These number flowers have ten frames and objects to count incorporated into their flower petals. What a clever way to teach moth. This idea can be used for any math level adding geometry and different math symbols. 

25. Letter Decorations

Give Light block letters a custom touch by adding colored or patterned paper. This simple process required a hole punch and the paper of your choice. Next, punch holes in the paper so light bulbs can peak through. This is an exciting way to customize block letters to display any message, such as “Read,” which is an excellent classroom accent.

Source: @teachernyla

26. Tiny Tots Are So “Tweet”

Footprint birds are a clever art project great for preschool craft time. Making Footprint bird crafts is a fun sensory activity for learners of all ages. Incorporate crafted birds of any color in all sizes with little tot feet into your spring classroom bulletin board or classroom decor.

Source: @teach3sfun

27. “Look How We’ve Grown!”

This excellent springtime writing activity allows students to reflect on their growth throughout the school year. Students share accomplishments on each petal of a flower-shaped design and add a picture of the student in the middle. Hang these growth flowers on the classroom’s spring bulletin board to inspire them to keep growing and reach for the sun.

28. Sunny and Bright

Fly high with the march winds, then soar through spring into the warm summer, making every day sunny and bright.

Source: @sherwoodlibrary

29. This Class Peeps it Real

A cute play on words with springtime candy can always be fun. This Peep candy-inspired bulletin board could be a fun art project for students to paint the peep bunnies or peep chicks with watercolors to decorate the classroom’s bulletin board or door decoration.

30. Squeegee Eggs

In this fun paint project, no two eggs will look alike. This a simple craft to do in between spring showers. You only need cardstock, acrylic paint, a squeegee, or a thick piece of cardboard to create beautiful egg pictures.

31. Painted Pasta Flowers

Painted pasta can be fun any time of the year. In the spring, it’s always fun to make flowers. Acrylic paint and a box of uncooked pasta can go a long way at craft time. Allow children to create unique flower designs painted with their chosen colors.

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32. Handprint Bunnies

You can create adorable bunnies with minimal supplies and two hands to brighten your classroom walls. These simple handprint crafts require only paper and paint. Use grey and brown, or get creative with pastels for handprints to make colorful bunnies. Hiding the thumb when making hand prints make for the perfect bunny with two ears.

33. Sock Bunny

Here is a cute use for your old shirts or socks. First, fill with dry rice, beans, or cotton filling to create the bunny’s body and head; use a rubberband to sinch the areas closed to avoid any stuffing from spilling (the rubber bands can be covered later using a ribbon). Next, allow kids to paint and decorate the body, face, and ears using acrylic or tempera paint. Once finished painting, glue on googly eyes and a pom pom tail, and the kids have a cute bunny toy.

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