30 FlapJack Classroom Theme Freebies

30 FlapJack Classroom Theme Freebies

Are you looking for some classroom theme ideas? Let my list of over 30 classroom decor freebies help you decide on that perfect class theme! I'll be updating this list with new class theme and color scheme freebies, so be sure to bookmark or save the freebie link included inside this resource. And pass it along to any teachers looking for classroom theme ideas!

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FREE Memorial Day Poster and BOGO Class Decor Packs

FREE Memorial Day Poster

Happy Memorial Day! All of my classroom decor packs are buy one get one free through Memorial Day! Just do the following if interested:

1) Purchase one of the following class decor packs.
2) Forward me your purchase email at tabitha@flapjacklapbooks.com.
3) Also let me know which FREE class decor pack (of equal or lesser value) you would like.

Click here for a free Memorial Day poster!

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Hollywood Class Decor Pack

Hey, ya'll! It's nearing the end of school for me, so it's about the time where I look at requests I've been given for new class decor packs. A Hollywood theme has been the most asked for, so I finally got it together over these past two weeks. Here's a sneak peek at what's inside this huge resource of Hollywood-themed class materials.

Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

Pack includes the following materials:

* Manuscript Alphabet Posters 8.5" x 11"
* Birthday Display and Calendar
* Two Bulletin Board Sets
* 5 Sets of 1-31 Calendar Squares (2.5")
* Small Circle Numbers 0-35
* Classroom Materials Packet containing ink-friendly and not ink-friendly binder covers (classroom  management, data notebook, substitute folder, planning, to grade, to copy, to laminate, student information, grade book, absent student folder) and class signs (schedule, procedure, standards, objectives, goals, essential question, math centers, reading groups, daily rotations)
* Color Cards (two to a page)
* Cursive Posters (8.5" x 11")
* Days of the Week Labels
* Months of the Year Labels
* Grouping Cards
* Hall Passes
* Class Jobs Display
* Name Plates or Labels (5 small designs, 5 large designs, 5 primary designs)
* Color and Black and White Newsletter (editable PPT version provided)
* Number Posters 0-20 (8.5" x 11")
* Reward Coupons
* Student Binder Covers (math, science, reading, writing, social studies, data binder, homework)
* 5 Designs of Student Postcards to brighten their day all year long
* Tables Circles 1-12
* Blank Teacher Calendar
* Welcome Bunting Triangles Display
* PowerPoint Morning Work Templates

Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

 PDF Templates Included:

* 1 Large Circle Template
* 1 Square Template
* 2 Large Circles Template
* 2 Triangles Template
* 2 Vertical Frames Template
* 4 Circles Template
* 4 Rectangle Labels Template
* 9 Rectangle Labels Template
* 12 Circles Templates
* 12 Rectangle Labels Template
* Birthday Display Templates
* Bookmark Templates
* Bulletin Board Set Templates
* Calendar Squares Templates
* Classroom Management Packet Templates
* Grouping Cards Templates
* Header Templates
* Horizontal Frame Template
* Jobs Display Template
* Post Cards Templates
* Student Binder Covers Templates
* Vertical Frame II Templates
* Vertical Frame Template
* 6 Rectangle Horizontal Labels

Also, images to insert into PowerPoint for editing and creating labels are included. Instructions are provided to help you customize my templates for your personal classroom needs! Almost all of the above items can be customized if you know how to insert images and text boxes in PowerPoint. A tutorial video is provided.

If you're interested, click here or on the image below!

 Hollywood Classroom Theme Decor Pack

You can check out all my class decor themes here.

Classroom Theme Decor Packs

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FlapJack Class Decor LIFETIME License Giveaway

FlapJack Class Decor Lifetime License

 Hey, ya'll! I know some of the super-together-planner teachers are already working on next year, so I wanted to share my latest resource - it is all of my class decor packs (and all future packs) compiled into one big lifetime bundle! So far that's 18 different designs of class decorating fun!

This lifetime license allows for one classroom use per pack. So, do you have 17 teacher friends? This could be a great deal and a cool gift idea for the beginning of the year. And in the future, when I add a new pack, you will receive notification and be able to grab the new pack, too.

How many themes do I plan on doing? I have no idea, but I don't plan on stopping anytime soon! This is what I have on the agenda for this summer - I will for sure do a Hollywood, Boho Birds, Sports, and Technology theme. I would like to also get to a Penguins, Dogs, Farm Animals, Camping, and a new Owl Design.

So of course I have to give one away! This is a $177 value. Contest will end Friday, May 15th at midnight EST. ¡Buena suerte!

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All My QR Code Secrets!

Hey, ya'll! I'm so happy to be celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week with a bunch of amazing teacher bloggers and also sharing some special top secret teacher tips!
Well my three teacher secrets are all about QR codes which are no longer a secret in the classroom but I still want to share with you how much I love using them. QR codes are like my teacher assistant because I rely on them daily for so much. (If you're completely unfamiliar with QR codes, check out this post that will give you lots of tips and information on using QR codes and how to use them.)

Beginning of the Year

At the beginning of the year, I use QR codes to create a class website magnet that my students can refer to all year long. My class website is vital to my year going smooth and you can check out how it works at the Inspired Owls Corner blog post. By creating a QR code magnet, I am able to make sure my students have access to the website at home on their devices, too. Here's a post on how you can create your own QR code class website card, too.


During The Year

During the year, we use QR codes for so very many things, but the biggest way is definitely with QR code task cards. Having a way for students to check their own work and be more independent learners is really priceless. And QR codes do just that.

The main activity we do with QR code task cards is "Solving the Room." I purchased a bunch of Stikki Clips and placed them around the walls of my classroom.

They're a little pricey at Amazon. Let me know if you find them somewhere cheaper!

Then I stick a set of cards in the clips around the classroom in number order.

Students work with a partner (I'm not 1 to 1 yet. I have 8 iPods I purchased on Ebay with TpT money and 2 iPad minis I received through DonorsChoose.). They go to any problem on the wall and begin solving it. Of course you can use recording sheets, but I have my students use spiral notebooks. That way it stays all together and I don't have to make copies all the time.

After they solve a problem, they scan the answer QR code. If they're correct, they place a check mark (or they can stamp it if they find that more engaging).

If they're incorrect, they leave it blank and try to see what went wrong. If they have two or more incorrect in a row, I tell them to stop and come see me so we can fix the issue before they do all 24 problems incorrectly.

This is my primary source for independent work. Being able to move as they work keeps the blood moving and gives them a nice little break in between problems. I have actually gone a little crazy with QR code task cards and I have created over 1,200 task cards for 4th grade math skills alone.

4th Grade QR Code Task Cards Mega Bundle

If you're interested in making your own QR code task cards, here's a freebie editable resource that already has the QR codes created for you. All you have to do is supply the questions!

Editable QR Code Task Cards

End of the Year

At the end of the year, I have used QR codes in several different ways. First of all, you can dump all of the QR code task cards you have in a pile and use them for testing review. This year, I've given my students a recording sheet and had them solve two problems from a different set of cards until they had filled up all of the 24 boxes in the recording sheet.

I also have created a code that when scanned, shows all of the videos I have made of the students throughout the year. You can see all the details on how to do that here.


I then took that code and created business cards with them so students can watch the videos even after school had ended. You can check out that post here.


So those are a few of my QR code teacher "secrets." Now it's time for you to scroll down and learn some more teacher secrets from a fellow blogger! :)

You Are Appreciated Teacher Giveaway!

Hey, ya'll! I'm so happy to be teaming up with a bunch of super upper-elementary teacher bloggers to show appreciated for all teachers everywhere and to celebrate with an awesome giveaway!


We each have our own fabulous giveaway for you to enter that consists of:

1) $25 TpT gift certificate which comes at a perfect timing for the upcoming TpT sale on May 5th and 5th
2) $25 care package of products and goodies!

Here's what you'll find in my teacher care package if you win:

You'll find a $25 TpT Gift Certificate of course and also:


Geometry Monsters PowerPoint Game - This focuses on 4th grade geometry skills and works on any desktop or interactive whiteboard (if you have PPT software).

It's a part of my 4th Grade Math PowerPoint Games Bundle.


Long Division QR Code Task Cards and Stampers - Here's a math station that's ready to go! On notebook paper, students solve the division problems, scan the QR code with a scan app on a smartphone, iPod, or tablet, and then stamp the problem if they're correct. If not, no stamp.

The set is a part of my 4th Grade QR Code Math Cards Mega Bundle.



US Measurement Length Conversion Poke Cards and Peg Basketball Game - Students can play with 2-4 players. They choose a card and "poke" it with their peg in the correct answer hole. They have the opposing team check. If they're correct the roll the dice and advance according to the direction on the board. If they're incorrect, they lose their turn. The first to make 21 points wins! (You can find these peg games for $1 in the toy section of Dollar Tree.)

This set is a part of my 4th Grade Math Poke Cards Bundle.


And lastly, a few girlie things with a teal, black, and white color scheme. The earrings you see are by Jamie of Miss Math Dork. She has lots of adorable teacher options to choose from.

Now enter this giveaway before it's already over (May 5th at midnight EST), and be sure to enter all the other fabulous giveaways down below (just two entries required for each giveaway!).

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