With the release of Incredibles 2 and Ant-Man and the Wasp this summer, many of us are heading back to school with superheroes on the brain (and wishing we had some time-stopping powers—or at least a red cape—of our own). Kick off your year with a superhero classroom theme that will inspire you and your students to combat the kryptonite of lesson plans and assignments coming your way.
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To the bat, er, book cave! This BuzzFeed find is easy to replicate with some construction paper, bookshelves, and comfy cushions.
This Pinterest craft turns any corner into crime-stopper territory.
Make invincible bulletin board designs.
This wall display from Mud Pie Studio has us feeling all the feels. Get your students in on the fun by asking them to write down lessons that can be learned from their favorite superheroes and paste their responses on the wall.
SOURCE: mud pie studio
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Show off students who soar above the rest with this bulletin board from create 2 educate.
SOURCE: create 2 educate
We love this tissue-paper Hulk design from BuzzFeed.
Make this Wonder Woman–inspired bulletin board part of your reading nook by arranging bookshelves and comfy cushions below.
Another incredible find! We’re crazy about this bulletin board design as a way to introduce your class.
Even the arachnophobes amongst us can’t help but love this Spider-Man–themed book display.
Deck out your classroom door.
Warning: Superheroes in training. We love this idea that can easily be achieved with construction paper, simple lettering, and a cityscape bulletin board border.
We’re Marvel-ing at this awesome teacher’s door design.
We can think of a minion reasons to copy this Pinterest design.
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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