Theme Worksheets Listed By Specific Topic Area

The printable worksheets found here are all based on a theme, season, month, or holiday. We try to stay as current as possible. Each month, season, or holiday is revisited two months prior. We add new selections and tools at that time. We receive tons of positive feedback on monthly lesson series.

  1. April- Printables for the month of showers.
  2. August- A bunch of fun worksheets for the month of August.
  3. Back To School - Over 100 Printables to help you start the year of right.
  4. Christmas - You will find a fantastic selection for Saint Nick and this December holiday!
  5. Classroom Signs- Created for use with centers and various themes.
  6. Crossword Puzzles - Over 20 crosswords.
  7. Cryptograms - Word Scrambles leading to the answer of a riddle.
  8. December- A complete range of worksheets for the month of December.
  9. December Holidays- December holidays across the world.
  10. End of Year- Help for the last month of school.
  11. Fall Season - Great ready for the season with over 25 for your printer!
  12. February- A complete range of printables for the month of February.
  13. Halloween - Break out the Jack O' lantern and funny costumes!
  14. Hanukkah - You will find a number of great resources!
  15. January- This wintery month is full of great teacher resources for you.
  16. July- Break out the fireworks!
  17. June- Usually the last month of school for most. Here is some help.
  18. Kwanzaa - Observed from December 26th to January first.
  19. Labels For Your Classroom - Labels for just about everything.
  20. Mad Libs (Fun!) - Great for teaching the parts of speech.
  21. March - Usually the most difficult month for teachers. It starts to warm up and students forget they are in school.
  22. Martin Luther King Jr. - Even includes songs, bookmarks, and writing paper!
  23. May- Help the flowers perk up just a little bit faster with our great worksheets.
  24. Maze - A great deal of fun at any age!
  25. Memorial Day - In memory of those that dedicate their life to the freedom of others.
  26. October- What a awesome group of selections our writers have put together for you.
  27. November- It's starting to get a bit colder. Fall is coming to a close and winter comes heading in.
  28. September- A great collection to get you started for the new school year.
  29. Sign Language - Flashcards for all letters, singles and groups of five. Also includes guess the word worksheets.
  30. Spring Season - Allergies are headed in and you start to get a little jump in your step.
  31. St. Patrick's Day - You must be in luck! Over 20 worksheets for this green holiday!
  32. Teacher Calendars - Printable calendars for your classroom!
  33. Thanksgiving - We tons of fun for you in this section. Gobble, Gobble!
  34. Today In History - Create a new worksheet every day that tells you 5 historical events that took place on that day.
  35. Valentine's Day- We have a lot of heart for you. Cupid hit us with great things for your printer.
  36. Veterans Day - All branches of the military services are recognized in this section!
  37. Winter - Keep warm with this fantastical range of printables.
  38. Winter Olympics - Get into the games. You will find some truly unique materials here.
  39. Word Chop - Create whole words from word parts.
  40. World Religions - We look at religions across the world.
  41. Word Scrambles - Great for learning to spell.
  42. Word Searches - A great way to introduce vocabulary terms.
  43. Worksheet Makers - Didn't find what you wanted? Make your own with our awesome teacher tools.

What Are Classroom Themes?

As a teacher, choosing a classroom theme makes decorating a lot easier. It is a great way to allow your personality to reflect in your classroom and give your students something exciting to look forward to.

Decorating is always fun, whether you are a new looking to create the perfect space for your students or a veteran teacher looking to give the classroom a fresh appeal.
Classroom themes are not just exciting to execute. Still, as they are put together, they create a warm and welcoming learning environment for your students where they feel encouraged to be creative and express themselves. Themes bring life and character to be plain and simple classrooms.

The best part is that you can be as creative as you like in deciding a particular theme for your classroom. You can choose from many options available. You can even create a unique theme from scratch. So, read on if you want to create a lively and creative space for your students optimized for learning!

What Are They?

Are you looking for creative ways to turn your classroom into a fun learning space for your students? Deciding on a classroom theme is a great way to start your project. You want your classroom ready for the school year when students return from a relaxing summer break.

A central topic or idea around which all the classroom decorations revolve is classroom themes. There are endless possibilities to choose from when you are looking for ways to spice up the learning environment for students.

When it comes to deciding the right theme, your imagination is the only limitation you have. Common classroom themes include jungle themes, beach themes, travel themes, fairy tales, castles themes, and many more.

For example, in a jungle theme, you can turn use charts, printables, stickers, animal pictures, and hangings to spice up your classroom and make it into a Safari experience for your students. Themes like these also serve as a great way to teach students. You can refer to or point out the decorations or hangings to teach your students about all the names.

If you want to keep things simple and elegant, you can choose a color scheme for the perfect mono-color classroom décor that creates a welcoming space for your students. For example, green theme, yellow theme, red theme. You are free to choose whichever color you like.

If you want a simple theme to execute while being a little more fun than a single color theme, you can choose from patterns like rainbow themes, stars themes, abstract pattern themes, pastel dot themes, number themes, alphabet themes, and so on.
Read on to find out some essential tips for choosing classroom themes!

Tips for Creating the Perfect Classroom Themes

It would help if you kept in mind a few things while deciding on your classroom themes to create a fun learning space for your students.

1. Set Aside a Budget for Decor and Stick to it!

Before you begin buying essentials for decor, you need to set a budget. Create a wish list of all the items you need and prioritize them.
Start by buying the essential items while staying within the budget. This way, you won't end up overspending.

2. Make the Classroom Theme Meaningful; Don't Go Overboard!

Whatever classroom theme you decide to go for should be meaningful and add value to the students' learning process. It should include charts and pictures that you can refer to during lessons. Remember not to go overboard! For your classroom to be an effective learning space, you don't have to decorate all walls!

3. Get Inspirations from the Internet

The Internet is a great place to get inspiration from. Get social! Connect with other teachers on social media platforms where you can share and discuss ideas for classroom themes. You can even set up an Instagram account solely to share ideas!

4. Avoid Clutter

While decorating the class, avoid cluttering the walls. There should be sufficient space between the decorations for them to be effective. Keep some wall space empty for you to swap and add things during the school year.

5. Add Student's Work to Compliment Your Classroom Theme

A great way to encourage class participation and build your students' confidence is to add their work to the classroom themes. Your students will feel a sense of pride and accomplishment after seeing their work displayed on the walls.

6. Make the Best Use of Visual Aid

Use visual tools like posters, charts, maps, diagrams, and anchors to reinforce your lesson. This can positively impact student learning if you do it right.
Update your walls regularly by removing things that are longer useful and adding things that are of relevance.

7. Engage Your Students

Encourage students to come up with ideas for improving or updating classroom themes. This is a great way to promote student participation and actively involve them. You can hold small weekly or monthly contests in class, with the reward of presenting the best work on the classroom walls.

8. Enjoy the Process!

While classroom themes require time and effort, they are also fun. So, remember to enjoy the process with your students.
Come up with creative themes and have fun implementing those ideas. Have fun!


Classroom themes are an effective way to turn a simple classroom into a creative space that fosters learning. For teachers, the classroom is an essential part of your teaching process, and hence, it should be a well decorated and lively space that expresses your personality as a teacher. Your classroom walls should feel warm and welcoming for the students but not overcrowded. So, it would be best if you achieved the right balance between creativity and elegance.

A pro tip: keep at least 20 percent of the wall space empty, and as the school year progresses, you can fill it up with your student's work and additional inspirational pictures, charts, etc. Have fun creating the perfect space for your students. Good luck!