Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Hollywood Themed Classroom Photos and Ideas {2012 edition}




I currently have two different Hollywood themed classroom bundles available.  Together they include everything (with the exception of bulletin board borders and background paper/fabric) that you will need to create an amazing learning environment with a Hollywood / Movie Theme.

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My Newest Hollywood Theme Packet can be found here and includes:






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BASKET LABELS : 4 Different Styles (4.5 x 4.25)

NAME PLATES : 2 Different Styles in both blank and primary-ruled (9.25 x 3.5)

NUMBER CARDS / CALENDAR PIECES - 36 cards (3 in diameter)
I assign each student a number to avoid needing to redo things each year. The set includes #s 1-36. These would also make really cool calendar pieces.

WORD WALL SET
This set includes a title to display (8.5 x 11), a complete set of 4 alphabet cards (plus 2 blank ones), and 4 different styles of blank word cards measuring 8.5 x 3.25

JOB CARDS
Create your own job chart by selecting from these 36 different job cards.

BEHAVIOR CLIP CHART
This is a wonderful way to manage student behavior proactively and positively. The file contains a link to a detailed blog post explaining how I use it in my classroom.

MULTIPURPOSE LABELS
Includes both round and square labels.

WELCOME BANNER

CUSTOM BANNER
Use these 4 colorful cards to create a customized banner. The set includes all 26 letters as well as an apostrophe and an exclamation point.
PENNANT BANNER
10 different styles of pennants along with special pennants titled with grades PreK-6th Grade. 







PLAN BOOK / GRADE BOOK COVER
SCHEDULE CARDS-52 cards

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4 Passes (Boys, Girls, Nurse, and Hall)
Welcome Postcards
Star of the Week Template
Bookmarks
2 Reading Logs
Lesson Plan Book Template
Locker / Cubby / Nametags
2 Thank You Cards
2 Communication Book Covers
Communication Page Template
Job Board Title
13 Job Cards (including blank)
12 Calendar Titles
36 Calendar Squares (including birthday, field trip, assembly and blank)
Blockbuster Work Bulletin Board Title Sign
Meet the Cast Bulletin Board Title Sign
Blank Bulletin Board Sign for you to Label
Lights, Camers, Read Bulletin Board Title Sign
A Star is Born Birthday Bulletin Board Title Sign
12 Monthly Title Cards for Birthday Bulletin Board
Note Paper - to plan your theme
Hollywood Word Bank - to help brainstorm even more ideas
Ideas -A collection of ideas to bring your theme together




  • Get Caught Reading has pictures of celebrities reading that would make great decorations for a Hollywood Themed Classroom.
  • Use scene setters on a wall for a dramatic effect.
  • If you do a class store as a reward system you could title it, “Rodeo Drive.”
  • Set up a mailbox for messages and title it, Fan Mail.
  • Get lanyards and make VIP Passes for the bathroom and nurse.
  • Decorate a director’s chair with fabric paint for your meeting area.

Newsletter Names


  • Live from the Red Carpet
  • Hollywood Review
  • Celebrity News
  • Behind the Scenes

Back to School / Open House Gift Ideas:


  • Sunglasses
  • Microwave Popcorn-Thanks for popping in!
  • Candy - Movie Theater kinds
  • Star Eraser
  • Tickets - Homework Passes
  • Glittery Pencil
  • Costume Jewelry or Bowtie
  • Hollywood Silly Bandz
Word Wall:

  • Hollywood Walk of Words
  • These Words Keep Popping Up ~ put letters on popcorn cutouts
  • HollyWORD Wall
Bulletin Board Titles:

  • Places Everyone ~ Place Value/Math Board or Seating Chart
  • Setting the Stage for _______ ~ Can be used with essentially any subject.
  • Now Showing ~ Used to display the current read aloud)
  • Coming Soon ~ Upcoming topics or books
  • Concessions ~ classroom refridgerator or where the lunches / snacks are stored
  • Star-Studded Social Studies
  • Setting the Scene for Science
  • Glamorous Grammar - use feather boa for border
  • Ritzy Writing
  • Stage Right - Writing Stages
  • Movie Star Math - write vocabulary words on star cutouts
  • Celebrity Autographs - cute board for when/if your class learns cursive
  • Paparrazi - Display photos of the students at work on projects throughout the year.
  • ______ Grade Is Reel Fun
Behavior Board
Quiet on the Set
“Reel”y Good Behavior
OSCAR ~ Our Students Can Act Responsibly

Use a clapboard and make each consequence be Take 1, Take 2, Take 3, etc)
Use clipart of megaphones to show appropriate noise levels.

Ideas for Reading Group/Table Names:


  • Concessions (Twizzlers, Snow Caps, Junior Mints, etc)
  • Genres (Comedy, Drama, Family, Suspense, etc)
  • Streets (Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset, Vine, etc)
  • Studios (Dreamworks, Paramount, MGM, Pixar, etc)
  • Awards (Oscars, Grammys, Golden Globes, Tonys, Emmys)


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8 comments:

  1. Love the Hollywood theme but I'm planning a travel theme for next year. I clicked on the link in your theme page but there's no travel page. Am I missing it or is this one still 'in the works'? ;) Love the blog!

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  2. Great theme! Could you tell me how you hung your curtains? They look wonderful!

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  3. Great theme! Could you tell me how you hung your curtains? They look wonderful!

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  4. Where can I find the really large tickets I saw in the pics? Or how can I make them?

    ~Niya~

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  5. Where did you get the colorful film strip border?

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