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Are You Planning a Castle Themed Room? Look at This!

This past summer, I had an amazing experience teaching in a summer gifted camp.  The kids were amazing, but even more so the people I worked with.  Everyone had enthusiasm about teaching.  With that enthusiasm came much creativity.  There were dragons and castles everywhere.  The front desk was decorated as a castle.  All of the classroom doors were decorated as little drawbridge doors.  I wish I could take credit for this marvelous idea, but the coordinators of the camp made us the materials and had the ideas.  We just put the materials together.  This is my door…

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Now let me tell you about the gray rocks.  These were an afterthought and another teacher friend made them and made enough for me.  I used them, but after I started putting them on, I really didn’t like the look of them.  See the other doors without the gray rocks.  They look better don’t they?

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Now the following door is the same door, but just with a different angle.

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Now, I know what you are thinking.  Those black paper chains are attached to the floor, and they won’t make it very long with kid traffic.  You are correct!  We did have an issue with those, however they mostly stayed in tact after three weeks of kid traffic–which was the length of the camp.  One of my neighbor teachers attached the chains to the wall to keep them off of the floor.  After the first day, the kids get the general idea of the castle theme and I think it is fine to attach them to a wall.

I hope this sparked an idea for your new door decoration idea for this coming school year!

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