We could all use some extra cheer this winter! Here are 45 festive holiday classroom doors made by amazing teachers. Many are made from materials you probably already have handy.

1. A loud classroom is a productive classroom!

This class is only silent at night classroom door

via: @typeainprek

2. Incorporate all of your favorite things: a tree, a snowman, and a cozy cottage with a chimney!

Holiday classroom decor

via: @learningwithlauren

3. Use your letter of the week to decorate the tree

letter of the week tree

via: @atozautismteacher

4. Turn the entire door into a huge snowman!

Snowman door

via: @mrs.olstad

5. Write student names inside of bulbs

Our lights shine bright!

via: @fabulously.fourth

6. A nice warm chimney is always welcoming!

Fireplace classroom decor

via: @sawdust_mama

7. Make 3D snow globes out of clear plates and place pictures of your students inside the globes

Make snow globe photo displays for classroom doors

via: @livelovetoteach

  1. Draw a circle on computer paper and glue down a student photo in the middle. Students can also decorate the paper as well.
  2. Cut out the circle paper globe.
  3. Put a pile of white sparkles or tiny styrofoam balls into the center of the paper.
  4. Glue a clear paper plate around the edge of the paper. Allow time to dry before hanging on the door!

8. Teaching from home? Decorate the background there!

Zoom background holiday decor

via: @chickachickaclassroom

9. Who doesn’t love the Nutcracker this time of year?

Nutcracker fun

via: @pet.bake.teach

10. We love a bitmoji moment

Bitmoji holiday cheer

via: @vasiliki_p_

11. Bring on the coffee cups!

Coffee cup door decoration

via: @oweningtheclassroom

12. Here’s another coffee shop door decor option!

Coffee shop holiday decor

via: @thesparklynotebook

13. Feliz Navidad

Feliz Navidad door decoration

via: @miaulatraslamirilla

14. Olaf’s smile will never get old!

Olaf door decoration

via: @mrs_shelbyrenee

15. And, Olaf has so many amazing quotes to use for your door!

I like warm hugs

via: @sra.davilamadwid

16. Can there really be too much Olaf on holiday classroom doors?

Stem is worth melting for

via: @misstechqueen

17. Match your door to a book you’ve read with your class, like The Gingerbread Man

Gingerbread man holiday door

via: @teacher_missj

18. For the elf-on-a-shelf teachers

Elf on the shelf classroom decoration

via: @xomissbee

19. The Grinch can even make an appearance!

Grinch holiday door

via: @misscarynspreschool

20. Reading teachers will love this one

Reading is snow cool

via: @jadagirl05

21. Santa is stuck!

Santa door decoration

via: @_anightout

22. Door decorating tip: Use wrapping paper around your door

Wrapping paper door decorations

via: @engageinelementary

23. Or you can use bulletin board paper as a door backdrop

Snow much fun backdrop

via: @chelseainsped

24. Create a play on words!

Chillin with my snowmies

via: @thirdgradefarmhouse

25. This door is dreamy

Holiday classroom doors

via: @jaxharmon

26. Hopefully the inside of this classroom isn’t as cold as the igloo appears to be

Igloo classroom

via: @astarnes85

27. Snoopy is always adorable too!

Classic Snoopy classroom holiday fun

via: @katcap

28. Decorate your door like you would a gingerbread house

 gingerbread door fun

via: @mrslopintoslife

29. Make your door 3D with a pop-out reindeer!

Holiday classroom doors

via: @teachingthird

30. Or use old newspapers to make your tree 3D

Holiday classroom doors in 3d

via: @teachingthoseninthgraders

31. Repurpose cups as a 3D snowman!

Snowman door

via: @rainbowishabe

32. Harry Potter themed holiday decor will never get old

Hogwarts door

via: @theuniqueclassroom

33. Review geometric shapes while designing your door

Holiday shapes

via: @theartoffunology

34. Some Polar Express fun & a singing reindeer!

Polar Express door

via: @msamylemons

35. Turn your door into a coloring page for students to color in

Coloring page holiday classroom door

via: @mrscallscampers

You might consider making this a reward as well. If students reach an objective, they can color in a part of the door. Genius!

36. Keep it simple & put your students’ names up on the door with some lights

Simple classroom festive decor

via: @acupcakefortheteacher

37. Make it a little fancier with real lights strung across your door

Classroom holiday fun

via: @mrsorman

38. I don’t know what to love more: the decorated cactus or the pup!

Fun holiday door decorating

via: @sweettoothteaching

39. Elf has to make an appearance. Non-negotiable.

Buddy the Elf door

via: @lovelivelaughteach

40. Perfect for our computer science teachers!

Baby, it's code outside

via: @misstechqueen

41. This penguin just looks so cozy

Penguin door decoration

via: @funinfirstblog

42. Create a kindness activity while decorating the door!

Cool to be kind

via: @misstechqueen

43. Decorate with mittens

Helping hands make happy hearts

via: @happenings_of_a_housewife

44. Falalala llama!

Falalala llama

via: @hangingwithmrshulsey

45. Create a selfie station by leaving the window to your door clear!

Elf selfie station

via: @spedadulting

Kids will love seeing these holiday classroom doors. It will make your classroom feel that much more welcoming each morning (even for students seeing it through a screen). Happy crafting!