Get inspired with these creative snowmen bulletin board ideas shared by dozens of amazing teachers.

Snowman decorations, bulletin boards, and door displays can be perfect for nearly four months of the school year! 

These bulletin boards are festive enough to get students excited for the holidays in December. They can also be neutral enough for wintery boards for January through March!

Add some hearts to a snowman bulletin board or door display in February and it works for Valentine’s Day too!

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Safe to say, if you are in need of a bulletin board or door display idea for December-March a snowman theme will serve you well!

Below, you’ll find some snowman ideas, but we’ve also got you covered for easy winter and snow globe ideas as well!

 

Snow Globe Bulletin Boards

A snow globe is an awesome theme for a wintery bulletin board!

You can make one giant snow globe yourself and put pictures of the students inside! Let the students each make their own snow globe.

You will find ideas and inspiration for both directly below.

 Jumping Elves in a Snow Globe

This snow globe is a great idea if you want to show off the staff’s holiday spirit!

If you wanted to stick with a snowman theme, put the head cutouts on a snowman’s body instead!

Jumping Elves in a Snow Globe
Photo Credit: Ashley Blasdell

Our Winter Wonderland

All you need for these snow globes is construction paper! Each child can make their own scene entirely out of paper.

Our Winter Wonderland
Photo Credit: Our Winter Wonderland

Plastic Plate Snowglobes

Plastic plates make the perfect cover for a snow globe! This one even has pretend snow inside. A craft like this goes great with a writing prompt.

Plastic Plate Snowglobes
Photo Credit: Rulin’ the Roost

If I Lived in a Snowglobe…

A fun writing prompt and way to put up student’s names and pictures on the class bulletin board.

If I Lived in a Snowglobe
Photo Credit: Mary Klevan

Shake It Up This Year

Everyone wants to start the new year out on a fresh note! A board like this is great for encouragement.

Shake It Up This Year
Photo Credit: Brooke Collins

Paper Plate Snowglobes

Don’t have clear, plastic plates? Use regular paper plates for the snow globe – they still look great!

Paper Plate Snowglobes
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Snowman Bulletin Board Ideas

Three white circles, a carrot nose, a top hat, and black dots for eyes and a mouth – all easy things to cut out and paste on your hallway or classroom bulletin board!

 

Cold Hands Warm Hearts

A personalized name board is a great way to make your students or children feel involved and a part of the classroom or school community!

Cold Hands Warm Hearts
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It’s Snow Secret….

This adorable bulletin board is such a simple and classic idea! You can really adjust something like this to fit what you already have on hand!

It’s Snow Secret
Photo Credit: Elba Rosado

Our Winter Wonderland

The holiday season may already be over for you, but snowmen are great for early winter too!

Students will love to get to contribute their own snowman to the board.

Our Winter Wonderland
Photo Credit: Rainbows Within Reach

It’s Snow Secret…(Snowballs)

This bulletin board set makes life so easy for a teacher or parent! If you are looking for a way to include a student’s name, put one on each of the snowballs!

Its Snow Secret Snowballs
Photo Credit: Dunder Pippin

There’s Snowplace Like….

This cheerful snowman is simple and uses a real scarf!

There’s Snowplace Like
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Do You Want to Build a Snowman?

Frozen is a favorite film for many children! They will love this crafty take on that favorite movie song lyric.

Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
Photo Credit: Lew Crew School

How To Build a Snowman

This board is perfect if you are looking for a snowman craft and writing prompt!

How To Build a Snowman
Photo Credit: The Primary Peach

Chill Out

This one uses plastic wrap for some icy snow!

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Winter Bulletin Board Ideas

The winter season and winter months can extend from December to March for many people!

Whether you need ideas for January bulletin boards or February bulletin boards, you’ll find something to put together below!

 

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Ideas like this are great for December bulletin boards and January or February bulletin boards!

The lyric is from a holiday song, but the board isn’t pigeon holed into a specific wintery holiday!

Baby, It’s Cold Outside
Photo Credit: RHMS

Why Fit In….

Simple bulletin boards are some of the best bulletin boards!

Why Fit In
Photo Credit: Continually Learning

Let’s Read a Latte

Fun boards like this are a great way to encourage students to pick up a good book.

Let’s Read a Latte
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Mittens are like Friends

Making their own mittens for this board would be so much fun!

Mittens are like Friends
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Oh Deer! Winter is Here

Winter break may be over, but you may still need a winter-themed bulletin board!

Oh Deer! Winter is Here
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Snowman Door Displays

Does your school do door competitions? If so, you are probably in need of some fun and fresh ideas!

These door displays are perfect —whether you need to beat your classroom neighbor or not!

 

Pre-K is Snow Much Fun!

This door display is perfect for the classroom door or a classroom bulletin board!

Pre-K is Snow Much Fun
Photo Credit: Missy Payne

We are Snow Much Fun!

This door display is cute and something that will never go out of style!

We are Snow Much Fun
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Chillin with my Snowmies

Students will get a giggle reading this catchy phrase as they walk through the classroom door!

Chillin with my Snowmies
Photo Credit: My Calcas

Let It Snow

This is another great idea if you want something that looks very sharp and clean!

Let It Snow
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First Graders are Worth Melting For

Everyone loves Olaf! Whether your children are in first grade or fifth, this board will be their favorite.

First Graders are Worth Melting For
Photo Credit: Lauren Martinez

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