Our range of classroom display borders includes…
Corrugated borders rolls
Transform your classroom into a dynamic, interactive and visually stunning learning environment with our corrugated border roll. Our corrugated borders rolls enhance learning by creating displays that will engage students visually. These corrugated border rolls are perfect for bulletin boards, hallway display, classroom projects and more. They can even be customised by cutting, folding and shaping to fit your specific design need!
Our range of corrugated border rolls comes in a variety of colours including red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, light blue, black, white, pink, orange, and even in shades of natural colour. Browse from wavy corrugated rolls to zig-zag corrugated rolls and much more!
FAQ’s About Classroom Displays Borders
What is a classroom display border?
A classroom display boarder is a decorative trim or edge that can be used as a frame for bulletins, classroom displays, charts and even posters! They help to add colour, shapes, textures and patterns to content, allowing it to stand out and appeal more to children. Display borders serve the primary focus of improving the visual appearance of the display.
How can I use a classroom display border?
There are many ways you can use a classroom display border. These include:
- Enhancing themes - themed display borders can help enhance the topic of a display or bulletin board. These can even be used to reflect topics and themes of current lessons. For example for a lesson on the Ocean, a blue border with marine life might be appropriate.
- Layering borders - To add extra depth and interest, you can try to layer multiple borders, Do this by placing one border just inside of another. This can create a multi-dimensional look for your classroom displays.
- Highlighting student's works - a bright and themed border can help draw attention to their achievements.
- Highlight seasonal changes - you can even change borders to reflect seasons or upcoming holidays. This helps to keep the classroom environment interesting and relevant to the time of the year.
- Classroom zones - classroom display borders can even be used to distinguish between areas of the classroom. For example, having a different border for your reading and art areas. This helps children more easily understand which room or area is for what.
- Decorate entrances and windows - Placing a border around a classroom door or classroom windows can help make a cheerful entrance and add colour and shapes to your classroom environment.
- Create frames for posters or artwork - you can use these classroom display borders to create framed artwork.
- Use them to create a timeline display - you can use our border display as a line for event timelines (historical events, lifecycles) whilst adding a visual appeal.
What makes a good classroom display?
There are many factors that make a good classroom display, and it goes further than just being visually appealing for children. A good classroom display can enhance a learning environment, reinforce lessons and celebrate students' achievements. To create an effective classroom display, keep these factors in mind;
- Relevance - The display should be relevant to current topics studied or the interests and needs of students.
- Interactivity - adding an element of interactivity to your displays invites students to participate and engage with them. This can include elements that move, flip or can be marked on.
- Variety - ensure that you change displays regularly for any new topics, seasons and celebrations. This will keep your classroom display fresh and engaging.
- Involve your students - display your students' work and ideas, this is great for boosting students' pride and motivation.
- Clarity - content on a classroom display should be large and easy enough for children to understand. Ensure that you use legible fonts and images and ensure that the main points stand out.
- Accessibility - Ensure that all students including those with special needs can access and understand the display. This might involve considering the height of your display, including tactile elements and providing multilingual descriptions.
- Colour and contrast - you should try to use colours thoughtfully. Vibrant colours are great for engagement, however, they can distract from the main focus of the display.
- Balance and layout - The elements on the display should be balanced and not too cluttered.
- Reflection of diversity - try to incorporate elements of diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences of children. This can help to foster inclusion and respect in the classroom.
- Purpose - Ensure that there is a purpose to your classroom display. Do you want to inform, celebrate, instruct or inspire students?
- Durability - this is especially important for long-term display. Try to use materials that are sturdy enough to withstand daily wear and tear.
- Feedback mechanism - Have a section on your display where students can leave comments, thoughts or questions related to the display. This helps to add an element of interactivity and helps you gauge how your students engage with the display.
- Labels - labelling topics and concepts are great for helping younger children understand what they mean.