26 Oscar-Worthy Hollywood Theme Classroom Ideas

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Best Hollywood Theme Classroom Ideas

WeAreTeachers is seeing stars. It’s time to roll out the red carpet and give your students the VIP treatment with these star-studded Hollywood-themed classroom ideas. Lights, camera, learn!

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Make a Meet the Director board to introduce yourself.

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Behind every great cast is a great director, and we give this design from Spotlight on Second Grade! five gold stars.

Roll out the red carpet.

We love this red carpet design over cubbies or coat hooks. Label paper clapper boards with your students’ names, then allow them to design their own paper characters. (Replicate this marquee design with yellow styrofoam balls and letter stickers.)

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This wall display is a fun way to showcase your classroom celebrities.

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Make a marvelous marquee.

Nothing says Hollywood like the bright lights of a movie marquee. Make this one with laminated paper cutouts.

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Lights, camera, read!

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Up for a quick project? We love this marquee letter tutorial from TheSITSGirls.

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How about this one from Ruffled?

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Create the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame.

This idea comes to us from Oh My Goodness Gracious. You can totally see these stars lining your hallway or scattered around your classroom floor, right?

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And We Play suggests hanging gold cardboard stars. We’d love to see these on your wall or whiteboard!

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Erect the Hollywood sign.

The teacher behind Bunches and Bits got her students in on this project that makes the perfect classroom bulletin board design.

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Or order this Hollywood sign backdrop from Oriental Trading.

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Design a Hollywood reading corner.

Because the only thing better than a great movie is a great book.

This design from Susie Harris brings reading to the red carpet.

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This smart teacher used red paper chains to mimic the iconic red velvet ropes.

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Spotlight star students.

This simple design from Elementary School Counseling is an awesome way to motivate your students and recognize weekly leads.

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This one takes it a step further with 3-D film strips and lights.

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With a silky red curtain, this display is definitely a showstopper.

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Show off award-winning work.

Decorate your bulletin board with Hollywood-themed paper cutouts and cover it with exceptional work from your star students.

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Reach VIP status with these Hollywood door designs.

We’d buy a ticket to this classroom.

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Talk about gaining star status.

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How about this one for a bilingual or foreign language class?

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This teacher added photos of her star-studded “cast.”

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Top off your Hollywood-themed classroom with these award-winning classroom accessories.

Get this filmstrip decoration from Oriental Trading and hang it from your classroom ceiling.

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Roll out this red carpet runner in front of your classroom door. (Click here for a 15-foot red carpet.)

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Use these plastic Oscar awards as table pieces or as a reward for your students.

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No Hollywood reading nook would be complete without cinema-themed throw pillows, like this one from Wayfair.

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Use these Hollywood star wall clings to label desks or decorate your whiteboard or bulletin board.

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What are your favorite Hollywood-themed classroom ideas? Share your crafts and ideas on our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook.

Plus, check out our favorite camping and sports classroom theme ideas.

26 Oscar-Worthy Hollywood Theme Classroom Ideas

Posted by Julia Skorcz

Julia is a writer and teacher living in Nevers, France. She received degrees in English and French language and literature from the University of Virginia and is constantly on the hunt for her next story. When she's not writing you can find her supplementing her wine and cheese diet with long runs and the occasional dance party.

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