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Rainbow Bulletin Boards to Brighten Up Your Classroom

Looking for ways to brighten up your dull, boring classroom? You can’t go wrong with rainbows! Not only do they display a vibrant, colorful theme, they’ve also become associated with acceptance and inclusion. To help you get started, we’ve put together this list of gorgeous rainbow bulletin boards that are perfect for Pride Month in June or any time throughout the year!

1. You Are a Rainbow of Possibilities

The perfect way to subtly remind your students that the outcome of this year will depend on the amount of effort they put into it.

2. Love Has No Gender

Celebrate Pride Month in June with this colorful, interactive bulletin board. It’s inexpensive to make when you pick up paint chips from your local home improvement store.

3. Eat a Rainbow

It’s important to help kids increase their nutritional understanding from a young age, and it’s easy to do with rainbow classroom themes like this one!

4. Attitude Is the Mind’s Paintbrush

For when students just can’t seem to look on the bright side—or need to be reminded that there is one.

5. Rainbow Bond

Leave the math lesson to your bulletin board! This is a great visual for teaching number bonds.

Learn more: Pinterest/Rainbow Bond

6. Be a Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud

Show your class that they can be rainbows, too, with this meaningful quote.

Learn more: counselingthestars

7. New Friends Are at the End of Our Rainbow

Simultaneously soothe young students’ beginning-of-the-year nerves and get them excited to meet their new friends with this rainbow display.

8. In Diversity There Is Beauty and There Is Strength

Have your class help you re-create this rainbow-theme design by writing their names on a cloud and a few reasons why they are unique on each rainbow strip … and voilà! You’ve got yourself a great rainbow bulletin board.

9. Sight Word Progress Chart

Never wonder who knows which words again with this nifty color-coordinated display.

10. Take What You Need

Make your hallway—and someone’s day—a little bit brighter with this simple rainbow of sticky notes.

11. You Fit Right In!

This rainbow classroom theme sends the best kind of message, especially to younger kids. Create a classroom environment where everyone is welcome, and begin teaching your students about acceptance.

12. Use Correct Fingers for the Keyboard

Don’t tell anyone, but this giant rainbow keyboard would be a helpful reference for me, too.

13. Your True Colors

Your students have a rainbow of talents and qualities, so display them on a bulletin board!

14. Class Expectations

This design puts the “fun” in functional. Even classroom expectations look better in a rainbow!

Rainbow classroom themes spread so much happiness, and this is one of the best!

Learn more: Schoolgirl Style

This timeless style combines the pop of primary colors with playful black-and-white prints.

Learn more: Confetti and Creativity

17. It’s a Jungle in Here!

A rainbow of colorful and animal prints? How fun!

18. Cute Rainbow Classroom

This classroom is so much fun. Look at that colorful rainbow ceiling!

19. Celebrate Pride

Recognize Pride Awareness Month each June in your classroom!

20. Celebrate Their Work

What a beautiful way to put students’ hard work on display!

21. Rainbow Classroom Makeover

This rainbow classroom makeover is perfect for anyone who loves ROYGBIV goodness!

Learn more: Kindergarten Korner

22. Take Pride in Your Differences!

Promote diversity and inclusion in your classroom!

23. Rainbow Class Reminders

Setting classroom behavior rules and expectations has never been more cheery!

24. Rainbow Chalkboard

Cool silhouettes of children bring this rainbow classroom theme to life!

Learn more: Schoolgirl Style

Have you ever created a rainbow bulletin board in your classroom? Share pictures of your masterpiece in our WeAreTeachers Helpline group on Facebook.

Also check out our educational rainbow activities!

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