While you're gathering supplies for homeschooling, don't forget to consider these homeschool chalkboard ideas for your classroom. If you're wondering how to make a chalkboard or even what a homemade chalkboard would look like, we have your answers. We are going to include framed chalkboard and individual chalkboards for each student. Are you ready?
Chalkboards are popular in homeschool classrooms, so we wanted to be sure you know how simple it is to make your own chalkboard. If you want to tackle a frame chalkboard DIY, you will be surprised how easy it can be and how great it will look.
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HOMESCHOOL CHALKBOARD IDEAS
If you're on the hunt for homeschool chalkboard ideas that will inspire you to include one in your classroom. You have come to the right place.
Our friends did not disappoint when they created and incorporated their own chalkboards. You might even find yourself adding a chalkboard to your home even if you aren't homeschooling.
HOW TO MAKE A FRAMED CHALKBOARD?
If you've been wondering how to make a framed chalkboard, you might be surprised to hear the only hammer and nail you need will be to hang the final product on the wall.
HANGING AND FRAMED CHALKBOARD IDEAS
You might immediately picture a giant rolling chalkboard when you think of a classroom chalkboard. We want to change that image in your head. Here are some great hanging and framed chalkboard ideas for your homeschool classroom.
LARGE HANGING FRAMED CHALKBOARD
Sarah, over at Finding Our Own Way, has her chalkboard in the perfect spot. Right above her coffee pot and who doesn't need coffee when teaching!
This chalkboard looks like the one we have hanging that we painted on our wall and then hung a frame over. Check it out in our Valentine Day Decorations post.
Chalkboards in homeschool classrooms are great for teaching unit studies and everything that goes along with the concept.
HANGING CHALKBOARD FOR CHALK ART
Are you talented like Sarah, from With His Grace? Then there's no better place to display it then on your classroom chalkboard.
Hop over to her Instagram account so you can see more of the amazing art she uses in her lessons.
If you have a oversized frame with glass, you can chalk paint the glass and end up with a great chalkboard DIY project.
She also has an inspiring blog post that she wrote about How to Create Learning Spaces. We've also gathered Clever Homeschool Room Ideas For Virtual Or Distance Learning.
A COLORFUL FRAMED CLASSROOM CHALKBOARD
A chalkboard can be a fun and colorful way to encourage your students or kids.
Hanging your framed chalkboard over a pop of color on your wall like Sarah, at Creative School Daze, keeps your chalkboard from darkening up the room with it's black color.
Did you know that chalk paint comes in a spray can? If you hate painting with a paint brush, but spray paint is your thing, you can still achieve a great chalkboard finish.
FRAMED CHALKBOARD WITH DAILY SCHEDULE
This Kat House uses her chalkboard to help keep her schedule straight.
When we were gathering DIY chalkboard ideas, the idea of having a chalkboard that is magnetic seemed genius. You can create this idea buy first painting coats of magnetic paint. Followed by painting with chalkboard paint.
This way, you can hang up your daily schedule with magnets like you see Kat has done.
MOVABLE FRAMED CHALKBOARD
If you have a framed floor length mirror that you don't use anymore, consider making it into a chalkboard.
The idea of being able to pick up your chalkboard and using it wherever homeschool is taking place for the day is perfect.
This beauty is at Tammy's house, over at Paisley Pear Home. It fits right in with her neutral decor.
HOW TO MAKE INDIVIDUAL CHALKBOARDS?
Do you have several little ones that might fight over a single chalkboard? Or do you want your kids to have a fun way to practice spelling words? If you're already thinking, how to make individual chalkboards, we have the answer and these are perfect for a homeschool chalkboard.
Having their own chalkboard is a guaranteed way to make a homeschool day exciting.
Chalk doesn't just come in boring white anymore. So, your students will be excited to create, erase and create again.
CHALKBOARDS ON TREE PIECES
A piece of tree is a fun and easy way to create you own individual chalkboards. The Cornwall Adventures Toddler made these with a tree that had fallen in a storm which is genius.
Can't you imagine your little one loving to practice math facts or perfecting their lettering on their own board?
INDIVIDUAL FRAMED CHALKBOARD
Jake, over at Great Wood Design TX, is gifted when it comes to wood working. He made these chalk boards from scratch and they turned out magnificent.
We agree with him. These will provide hours of fun for kids.
BACK TO SCHOOL CHALKBOARD
Do you take a photo of your kids on their first day back to school? Hillary, from Grace Oaks Designs, made this back to school chalkboard.
It encompasses great things like what grade your child is going into, their age and what they want to be when they grow up.
HOW TO PAINT A TABLE TOP WITH CHALKBOARD PAINT?
Chalkboards don't have to stay framed on a wall. It can go on furniture! What kid wouldn't love writing on the table they're sitting at.
CHALKBOARD PAINTED TABLE TOP
Make your table a chalkboard. You can paint the center of your table with chalkboard paint!
This project was done by our friend Cindy, from the blog DIY Beautify. She shows you step by step directions in her post, Create An Activity Table Set For Kids With MisMatched Furniture.
This is a great and inexpensive idea.
Is your mind racing thinking of the frame you could use to hang over a freshly painted chalkboard? Or are you excited to make your child their own chalkboard to use for homework?
No matter how you plan to use your chalkboard or if it will be a homeschool chalkboard for your classroom or just part of your home decor, we hope you feel as excited about these chalkboard ideas as we are.
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