In Our Classroom {Free Classroom Rules Printable}

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Every classroom needs a set of rules! Help your students threat others respectfully with this free Classroom Rules Printable and remind them that in our classroom we are a team and we love to learn.

In Our Classroom Positive Rules for the Classroom - Free Classroom Printable

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week I thought it would be fun to share this free Classroom Rules printable. I loved my Family Rules canvas so much and I get so many compliments when people come over that I decided it would be fun to make a version for the classroom.

Every classroom needs a set of rules that are positive to remind students that they are in a safe place and that we are a team. Display these posters in your classroom so they know they are respected, belong, and capable of doing amazing things all year long!

In Our Classroom Free Classroom Rules Printable - Help your students treat others respectfully with this free classroom printable.

Free Classroom Rules Printable

I’ve made it so easy for you to download these gift tags. Just add your name and email in the form below and this freebie will be delivered right to your inbox. Then, open your email and save the PDF file to your computer. It’s that easy! Once the PDF is saved to your computer, just print and cut.

If you would like a custom color poster, please leave a comment below.

There are a few ways to use this free printable to create a sign for your home.  First, you can keep it simple and just add it to your favorite frame.  If you want the printable to look more like a wood sign, print the printable and add to your favorite frame but keep the glass off the frame.  Use double sided tape on the back of the printable to keep it from falling out of the frame. You can also use spray adhesive or Mod Podge to adhere printable to a piece of wood.  Then, lightly sand the edges to give is a distressed look.

Tips for Printing Large Prints

To make smaller copies up to 8×10, print on cardstock or photo paper.  For larger prints, you’ll need to have it professionally printed.  I usually have my printables printed by Shutterfly or Print Studio.  This printable would be awesome printed as an Engineering Print from Staples or Office Depot.  I think those cost less than $5 to print so that’s a great deal.

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  1. Boy could I use one of these! Especially towards the end of the school year! Thank you for sharing! I’d love to have you visit our Pattern Party! Those with free patterns and templates are invited to link up from the 1st of the month to the 10th . See you soon!

  2. Love it!!! Printable is great for any classroom. Awesome gift for a teacher!! Thanks so much!!

  3. It`s going up in a classroom in Mendoza, Argentina!! Thanks a lot for your printables for classrooms! Love them!