We ❤️ These Instagram-Worthy World Language Classrooms

Get ready to be inspired.

When it comes to beautiful and dynamic classrooms, world language teachers definitely bring their A-game. From HGTV-style reading nooks to genius interactive bulletin boards, we know you’re going to be inspired, no matter the subject or grade you teach. Here’s a roundup of 15 of our favorite Instagram-worthy world language classrooms. 

1. DIY Standing Teacher Desk

What’s the best thing about this Spanish teacher’s standing desk? The industrial tech students at her school made it!

2. Cozy Reading Corner

Can you think of a student who wouldn’t want to cozy up with a book in this French classroom’s made-for-HGTV reading nook?

3. Assessment Day Cookies and Cocoa

High school Spanish students calm their nerves with tasty treats before speaking assessments.

4. Fashion Show Speaking Assessment

This high school Italian teacher brings creativity to speaking assessments with a student fashion show.

5. Words with Friends Bulletin Board

This German teacher’s Words with Friends–inspired interactive bulletin board is genius.

6. Next-Level Inspirational Quotes

This teacher’s letter board quotes are stunning. And Maya Angelou’s quote is just as inspiring in Spanish as it is in English. 

7. Colorful Conjugation Booklets

These bold and bright booklets get Spanish students excited about conjugating verbs. 

8. Adaptations of Classic Games 

Students have fun working on their Spanish-speaking skills with this colorful adaptation of Jenga.

9. Chinese New Year Bulletin Board

This Chinese teacher and her students counted down the days until the Lunar New Year in style.

10. Rose Gold Microphone

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I thought it was the perfect opportunity to get a pic with one of my favorite classroom additions this year! My rose gold #microphone which matches my sweater today 💗 . . For those of you who don’t know me I don’t have a #teachervoice. I am a very soft spoken person so not only is this a perfect thing for me to amplify my voice but it’s also fun. I also like the clear and crisp sound to pronounce words in Spanish since it’s a phonetic language. It’s wireless and super easy to setup. The battery life is pretty good too. I wouldn’t go back to no microphone 🎤 💗 It also has some fun echo settings. . . . . . #gratitude30 #spanishteacher #teachersfollowteachers #teachers #teachersofinstagram #teachergram #teachersofig #rosado #iteachtoo #instalook #weareteachers #teacherfashion #teacherfashionista #fashionteacher #lovepink #rosegold #ootd #teacherfashion #teacherfashionista #instastyle #stylish #teacherlife #classroomdecor #peruviangirl #hispanic #latina #fallishere #microphone #teacherfavorites

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This soft-spoken Spanish teacher uses a glamorous rose gold microphone to amplify her voice during class.

11. Colorful Frames for Focus

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Criteria for success!

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Help students focus on your criteria for success with these pretty frames. Put one on each student’s desk, like this Spanish teacher did.

12. Fabulous Flexible Seating

There are plenty of comfy places to sit and speak Spanish in this classroom.

13. Great Game Storage

Colorful plastic cases are a perfect way to organize and store games, like this fun sentence-building activity used by a German teacher.

14. Anchor Chart Hanger Hack

Wall-mounted hangers make organizing and swapping out anchor charts easy for this French teacher. 

15. Organized Writing Center

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Writing station! 🙂

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Warm up the laminator and pick up some inexpensive Command hooks and metal rings to create a perfectly organized writing station, like this Spanish teacher did.

Want to give your world language classroom an Instagram-worthy makeover? Check out these free inspirational posters.

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