Is there a classroom theme better than a Harry Potter classroom theme? Why no, no there is not. If you’re not convinced, check out these amazing Harry Potter bulletin boards that have us ready to work at Hogwarts.
1. Help Dobby Job Chart
Why does being line leader seem *infinitely* better when it’s in the context of helping out poor Dobby?
2. Vocab Alley
It’s like Diagon Alley, but for vocabulary. I’m on board.
3. Welcome to Hogwarts
Think of the fun things you could slip into those envelopes: reading challenges, congratulations on a job well done—the possibilities are endless!
4. “Owl” Goals
Beginning-of-the-year goal setting has never looked so good!
5. Reach for Your Golden Snitch
Another Harry-themed goal-setting idea we love!
6. Prefect of the Week
Shake up your student of the week display with some HP-inspired *flair.*
7. Wanderful Work
Harry Potter puns forever!
8. We’re So Fly, We Multiply
A fun way to show off multiplication skills!
9. A.R. Quidditch
A fun data wall if you use Accelerated Reader.
10. When in Doubt, Go to the Library
Ready to be filled with students’ book recommendations!
11. Daily Prophet Classroom Schedule
Ms. Hudson, what do we have next? Check the Daily Prophet, kids!
12. Cell Phones in Azkaban
I love this idea so much it hurts.
13. The Owlery
I don’t even have a mail center in my classroom, and now I want one.
14. Advice From Albus
Such a fun way to display the wisdom of everyone’s favorite Hogwarts instructor.
15. Floating Candle Birthday Board
Write that month’s birthdays on individual candles, and voila!
16. Harry Potter and the Sorcery Seniors
A cute display for spirit week!
17. House Points
I’ve never used house points to manage classroom behavior, but this makes me want to try it.
18. Writing Goals
A bulletin board like this could easily be used for reading, science, or math.
19. What’s Your Patronus Memory?
This Harry Potter bulletin board works for the end of the year or as a January pick-me-up.
We’d love to see photos of your Harry Potter bulletin boards! Come and share in our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook.