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  • Writer's pictureSaresha Zentner

Create a Fun, Welcoming Environment with 90's Classroom Decor

It is that time again to start putting our personal touches on our classrooms. It's time to start lesson planning and preparing for the new faces that will come in the door.

One of my favorite parts about this time of year is setting up a classroom. I love creating fun, welcoming environments for students. These 90's themed resources are PERFECT for a bright and welcoming classroom. The fun designs are filled with pink, teal, and yellow colors.

Here are some of the highlights of what you can download for your classroom this year! Be sure to check at the bottom for information about how to get a FREE 90's themed welcome poster!

Not only are these cute and fun decorations, but they are also classroom systems that will help with classroom management and organization! Each resource includes customizable pages which are super easy to edit to fit your classroom!

Schedule Cards

These schedule cards are ESSENTIAL in my classroom. It used to take me so much time to write my schedule each day. Now, I simply rearrange these cards to match my schedule. All I do is print, laminate, and attach magnet tape so it sticks to my whiteboard. The best part? Since I teach 4th grade, I have "schedule assistant" as a class job. So after the first month or so, students are able to switch out the day and the specials to reflect the next day's schedule. Such a time saver and so cute and easy for students to read and understand!

Job Display

Speaking of classroom jobs, that is my next resource! This has been a lifesaver in my classroom management. Year after year, kids love and thrive on having a responsibility in the classroom. You can read all about my classroom job system here.

To assemble, I simply use Velcro Dots to attach each student's name to a job card. It is super easy to switch out each month! The visual reminder is so helpful for everyone to remember what their job is.

Genre Posters

These genre posters are the resource that I get the most compliments on year after year. They are so cute, and I love the fun designs. These are decorative and are super useful for students to reference. Click here to read more about how I use genre posters to organize my library!

Subject Goals Display

These posters are so versatile and are also editable to meet your needs! You can use these for goals, 'I Can' statements, priority standards, homework, and more!

Birthday Pack

I love making my students feel extra loved and special on their birthdays! This birthday pack includes display posters, editable student birthday pages, birthday cards, and a birthday activity choice form!


I love these banners because they are so cute, but mostly because I hate cutting out bulletin board letters! Anyone else with me? There are over 400 pages included so you can make any banner you need!


Every classroom needs a calendar to keep everything organized. This one has 16 different calendars to choose from as well as months, dates, and holidays.

Back to School Pack

This resource includes all of the back-to-school need-to-haves. All of the forms are editable! Included are meet the teacher templates, teacher contact cards, welcome cards and posters, newsletter templates binder covers, and binder spines. I can't wait to use these all year long!


The Ultimate Bundle includes all of the resources mentioned above. This bundle is over 900 pages!! It also includes an 80-page bonus file with completely editable labels and posters for you to customize for your classroom.

The Basics Bundle includes 5 of the resources above (schedule cards, subject goals display, banners, calendar, and back to school pack). This bundle also includes the same bonus file!

Free Download!

Thank you for checking out this blog post and my resources! I am happy to gift my blog subscribers with a free 'Welcome' 90's Themed Poster. Once you subscribe, you will be emailed a password that will give you lifetime access to my free resource library. Enjoy!

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