DIY READ Letters for Classrooms

DIY READ Letters for Classrooms

Making Crafty DIY READ Letters for Classrooms is easy. You can make them yourself or use ready made marquee light-up letters, or wooden letters. Your READ decorative letters can be created to be free-standing on a shelf or to be flat but firm to lean against a wall, or to hang up on your classroom wall.

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DIY READ Letters Craft Ideas

diy pompom read letters craft

Make your own pompom read letters: This simple craft is a cost effective way to make your own READ letter decorations. Print out the letters R, E, A, and D, each on a separate page, then glue these pages to cardboard. You can glue another layer of carboard underneath if you want the letters to be thicker. When the glue is dried you can cut out the letters with a metal ruler and crafting knife. The final step is to glue the pompoms onto the letter cut outs.

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Free-Standing READ Letters for Classrooms

Read light up letters for classroom library

Black light-up READ letters: These letter lamps work with batteries so you would not have to deal with cords. They can add a homey feel to a classroom. See more marquee themed decorations for classrooms here.

Free-standing Read letters for classroom library

Pre Painted Wooden Letters: The letters in this classroom reading nook were taken from a DREAM letter set since the letters in the word ‘READ’ are found in the word ‘DREAM’.

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READ Wall Letters

Let's Read word block letters for classroom wall decoration

Let’s Read Wooden Word Blocks in cursive: These letters are 6mm thick and are made of solid wood. You can paint them in any color.

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More ideas for making DIY READ letters for classrooms will be added as I find them. Have I missed any that you have tried? If you have an idea to share, I’d love to read about it in the comments.

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