The Life of Jennifer Dawn: Chalkboard Ideas for Kids

Friday, June 20, 2014

Chalkboard Ideas for Kids

The first classroom I taught in had a chalkboard. After one year, it was converted into a dry erase board, and I have to admit that I was a little disappointed. Yes, I preferred my chalkboard! What is it about those dusty, squeaky things that are so much fun?!

That love of chalkboards has carried over into my home. If you were to take a tour, you would see chalkboard items throughout including this vintage one that is hanging in the room I'm turning into our homeschool room.

In keeping with my love of chalkboards, here's round-up of fun chalkboard ideas for kids. Get comfy because there's lots to check out!

1. Clipboard Chalkboards perfect from travel from No Time for Flash Cards

2. Colorful Outdoor Chalkboard from The Creative Crate

3. DIY Chalkboard City Blocks from Hellobee

4. Chalk Tray Tutorial from Craftulate

5. Chalkboard Party Favor from The Chirping Moms

6. Easy Construction Paper Chalkboard from Come Together Kids

7. DIY Chalkboard Notebook from Warm Hot Chocolate

8. Chalkboard Library Bag from No Time for Flash Cards

9. Large DIY Chalkboard from Powerful Mothering

10. Chalkboard Table from Paddington Way

11. Chalk Blocks from Playful Learning

12. Chalkboard Calendar for Kids from Playdough to Plato

13. My own Chalkboard Hallway

Happy creating!
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15 comments:

  1. I love the chalkboard blocks so you can draw your own town. Super cute!
    ~Heather
    The Meek Moose

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  2. I like the Chalkboard Library Bag

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    1. That is a fun idea! I love how they wrote when the books were due on the chalkboard part. I always have such a hard time remembering when things are due back to the library. Maybe it's just me though.

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  3. I never knew there were so many things one could do with chalkboards. This is GREAT!

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  4. Love the chalk table, thanks for sharing!

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  5. I like the chalkboard hallway.

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm exceptionally flattered that you like that idea since it is my hallway! I appreciate you stopping by and taking the time to comment.

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  6. Don't forget you can use chalk for play after lessons on the pavement outside.

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    1. Yes! Drawing with chalk outside on the pavement is always fun! This is a round-up of some ideas that are a bit more unique. :)

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  7. loving the chalkboard hallway, my friend has the same in her hall, there great for the kids xx

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  8. these chalkboard ideas for kids are so creative! thanks for sharing! ;)

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  9. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing!!

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