Kindergarten Word Wall

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kindergarten decorWhen I found out I was headed back to Kindergarten last year I was so excited! I loved teaching 5th grade, but Kindergarten is definitely where my heart is.

I was immediately drawn to this bulletin board. It was the length of the entire room and I knew just what I wanted to do with it. I wanted to create a word wall that was clean and easy to read, that would become the focal point of our classroom.

K-1 Word Wall

The picture above actually only shows you two-thirds of the board. The shadow on the far right is my TV, then the alphabet, calendar, morning meeting center, mini whiteboard and our rug is right in front of it. It is impossible to get a photo of the whole board, it is seriously that big!

Kindergarten classroom

I knew that I wanted this to be the area that my students could go to for any information they needed throughout the day. What I did not expect was how much they (and I) would love it!

Any time they needed to write numbers, shapes, days, colors...they new just where to go. I kept our clipboard bin directly below it so they could work independently whenever they needed too.

As the year went on, I did realize that I needed to modify a few things. I did not include the 3D shapes and numbers through 20. I revised both sets this year to include those.

What amazed me was how often they would sit at the rug, just reading and talking to each other about all the things they noticed on the wall. It made my teacher heart so happy!

classroom decor

I hope you are all having a wonderful start to your summer!


  1. I love how your room is set up! I will definitely be making a word wall purchase! I love your carpet and small rugs, too. Where did you get them?

    1. Thank you! :) I bought the large rug at Target last summer and the small rugs are from They are the foam rugs with nonslip backing and they worked out really well. Though I do need to clean then before next school year!