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This entry was posted on November 8, 2018.
Published on: Nov 8, 2018 @ 21:26
Check out these super awesome ideas for educational wallpaper and decals. Whether you're a teacher, professor, or work in childcare, these murals are a such a great way to decorate your space or classroom. We have options for every subject in school so you're sure to find something that fits your needs. This list includes wallpaper and wall murals that are removable and reusable. Why? Because we know that as teachers, your space may not be something you own or that space may change each year. Either way, we picked wall mural ideas that can be easily installed before the school year starts, and then can be taken down just as easily at the end of the year. Additionally, this education wallpaper won't damage the wall or paint underneath it so you won't have to worry about fixing anything or paying any fines. So check out these top 10 ideas for educational wall murals below!
Whether you teach geography as a class or if you just want something for your students or kids to study while they play or sit in the classroom. Educational wallpaper like this is such a fantastic idea for any space as it may seem more like decoration than learning, so your kids or students will be learning about the geography of the world or country without even knowing it, just by staring at the wall. Plus map education wall decals can even give your students a desire to learn more about the world geography than they might usually.
A really classy and neat way to decorate a room for an architecture course is to install an education wallpaper like this one. You can pick a digital rendering of your own design, or pick the blueprints of a famous building or home that every architectural student will recognize. Architectural educational wallpaper ideas like this can remind your students that details matter. Especially the small details that visitors may not see when they're at the building, but that are crucial to the design and complete structure of the building and home.
For our English teacher or English as a Second Language instructors, these kinds of education wall decals are really great for your classroom space. Educational wallpaper like this can be placed throughout the room so that when your students are writing essays and working on assignments. Pick an education wallpaper that lists every transition word or preposition to help their juices flow, or use an instructional educational wallpaper like how to change the tenses of verbs and the rules for that.
A fun way to decorate a chemistry lab or classroom is to put up an education wallpaper that has specific and maybe even common chemical formulas for your students to often refer to. This education wallpaper can be fun to look at, is easy to install, and is multi functional--use it for decoration and learning all at once! You can choose a wall mural idea like this one with the green chalkboard background as it works great to continue the classroom ambiance.
Skip the typical educational wallpapers of the human skeleton and go for something like this older decal. This education wall decal is beautiful and stunning and can even be considered art along with being educational. If you teach a specific medical course that focuses on one part of the body, get an education wallpaper that shows the anatomy of that specific system or organ. Or pick another sketch-like image like this one above from an older medical book (think more like a medical book from the 19th century). This is one of the great educational wallpaper ideas as these kinds of sketches are used to decorate home offices in forms of art. So you know for sure that this wall mural will look lovely in your room.
For a cool education wallpaper ideas, find a word cloud like one similar to this one above. No matter what you teach, you can find a word cloud for your subject that will help remind your classroom about the main focus of your course. Show them everything that is important and everything that is needed to be a master and expert in that field. A word cloud like this education wall decal can be a full wall mural or you can cut vinyl for wall decals and put each word up separately.
Of course we had to put this educational wallpaper idea up for any chemistry or science course. The elements are the building blocks of just about everything in our world, and if your course relies on that for teaching, it will be such a smart and cool idea to install a full wall mural of the periodic table. Rather than put a poster up or use the pull down posters, install an education wallpaper like this so that it can become a major staple in your classroom. It will also become a focus point for your teaching and a great tool that your students can rely on at any time in their learning and education in your class.
For a fun and unique approach to decorating your classroom, go with a fun and cool educational wallpaper like this that shows the up close and detailed view of the layers of rocks that make geology so cool. Or pick a mural of a photo of an individual rock, volcano, or another famous piece of rock structure in the world that can not only be a beautiful piece of art in the classroom but it can also be a a quick and easy resource for teaching within your classroom.
This education wallpaper is really easy and simple way to decorate a Spanish-teaching or Spanish-immersion classroom. If your students rely on learning how to conjugate verbs or a certain verb often used in their learning, pick a wall decal or wallpaper that can be placed up in a spot of the room that is often looked at or is easily viewed so it can be used by your students to refresh their memories. Another approach is to get a wall deal of vinyl letters of common vocabulary for your students. You can change these out with each new set of vocab words you give your students throughout the year.
We couldn't not include this educational wallpaper idea under art. No matter what art course you teach, we highly suggest finding a piece of art from that time period or specific artist so your students can study the piece and be reminded of each specific technique that was unique to that artist or art movement. You can even put up a wall decal next to the piece of art that lists what they need to know about that piece of art (use it in a pop quiz to see if they notice!) use a wall mural that covers the entire wall to really make their eyes widen when they walk in the room. They won't ever wonder if they've walked into the right classroom again.