Friday, August 2, 2013

VBS Decorating Recap: The Classrooms

My teachers this year did a phenomenal job of making going to class seem like the kids were stepping right into a theme park! The Bible study portion of VBS was done in "Coaster Alley." At the entrance, a sign read- "you must be this tall to ride". 

In the main room where the classrooms broke off, we had one big roller coaster set up. 
The coaster was constructed from our regular kids chairs, foam pipe insulation taped in an arch over them, cardboard boxes- cut, taped together and covered in paper, and duct tape to hold it all together. 

Our Pre-K/Kinder class was too much fun. They entered under a darling awning. 

Past the ticket tree

They even had a perfect photo-opp area! 

The 1st-2nd grade class was full of thoughtful, adorable details.

 On the first day, the teachers took photos of the students and attached their photo in the roller coaster cars! Too cute!

Would you believe our 3rd-4th grade class was decorated by two college guys? They did an awesome job!

And finally, our 5th-6th graders had more fun details in their room!

We also had multi-colored pennant banners made from construction paper and curling ribbon throughout the hallways in addition to balloons and streamers- fun and cheap ways to add pops of color throughout!

What do you use as inspiration for your classrooms?

1 comment:

  1. wowzers! what AMAZING vacation Bible school decorations. great decorations always adds a bang to an already amazing vbs. <3



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