Hexagons are HexaFun!

Bring the hot hexagons designer look to your classroom this year! The simple shapes and bright colors in the HexaFun Designer Décor will bring a modern twist to any classroom environment!

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There are so many ways to use the hexagon, we used it to create a modern version of a traditional apple. Not only is this visually appealing, but it’s where ‘math meets art’, perfect combo for classroom decoration!

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  1. cute!

  2. Christie says:

    Love the fun pops of color with these items!

  3. I’m an old teacher in a new grade level. Love this for my new beginning.

  4. Sara Filler says:

    I would use it to make a welcome board outside my classroom. I love the bright colors.

  5. I would use it to set up my new classroom.

  6. This set is absolutely adorable! I’d use it to brighten up some of the less usable wall space in my classroom – places where anchor charts, etc. won’t fit! Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. I would use this to decorate my door and to update my reading bulletin board.

  8. Ashley B says:

    I LOVE THE COLORS!!! I’m all about adding color to my room and that’s why the HexaFun collection is perfect for my room and personality! I’m thinking the border and the shapes would be perfect for adding some fun to my new word wall!

  9. I would use these to redecorate my classroom. The colors are so bright and welcoming!

  10. Debbie Langer says:

    I would use it to create fun and colorful literature and writing activity centers.

  11. These would look great around my math bulletin board area.

  12. I would use it to create amazing bulletin boards to display student work.

  13. Stephanie Baker says:

    I would use this collection to give my classroom a very cheerful and fun feel to it.

  14. Laura Major says:

    Ooooh!! We would LOVE this set in our classroom! We already use all of those colors because they make us happy!! So it would fit us to a tee :) Primary colors are the BEST for any classroom, but especially PreK! Crossing our fingers!!

  15. I would use them for my center rotations and to jazz up my white board!!!

  16. HexaFun is so adorable. The possibilities are endless. I would love to win this for my classroom.

  17. I would use it to complement the other bright colors on my calendar wall.

  18. Ashleigh says:

    I would use it to create a fun, vibrant, and welcoming kindergarten classroom!

  19. I would use it to brighten up the “student organization station” area of my classroom.

  20. My room has never had a very pulled together theme, so I’d actually look like I know what I’m doing! :)

  21. Elizabeth says:

    I am going to be a first year teacher in kindergarten this fall and I would use this all over my new classroom! I haven’t settled on a theme yet and this would be perfect.

  22. Love teaching and decorating my classroom each year. Would love this.

  23. I love the colorful pattern! I have so many bulletin boards in my room to decorate and it would be great to use the borders to freshen up the room and the calendar wall.

  24. This set would make my early intervention playroom so much more playful!

  25. I love the colors and patterns

  26. The HexaFun set is bold, geometric and the perfect accessory to my superhero classroom theme! I would pair it with the BW Collection pieces to create the effect of learning inside a comic book!

  27. Kristie Furner says:

    The bold colors are my favorite! Too many cute ideas! I would use these as borders for my boards, names in the cubbies, as apples on an apple tree with the children’s pictures on them. I love the idea for the numbers for tables. I would also use them with alphabet letters for my alphabet board. So many fun things to do with them!

  28. Pbenyacoub says:

    I’m moving to a new grade and room. I would love some new decor to liven things up!

  29. I would use the HexaFun to liven things up, the set is so bright and cheery it would be hard to not feel happy with it adorning our space.

  30. I love this set! It’s in my plans to use it for a focus board at the front of my classroom as well as spread throughout the rest of my room as accents.

  31. Aaryn Fazakerly says:

    I would use the Hexafun to define the centers in my room and bring attention to daily news.

  32. I would use this as a feature bulletin – work you missed, hand in assignments, important information.

  33. This would definitely be used to spruce up my old looking room!

  34. I would use it to decorate my door and to help me teach my minders the hexagon shape.

  35. Elise Spratlen says:

    I plan on using the hexafun border this year amd double stacking it with a black and white chevron border. I’m going to use the large apples and hexagons for math rotations. I’m going to use the numbers for my homework hotspot display, so I can quickly see who has turned in their homework.

  36. Rhonda P. says:

    I would use it to create awesome bulletin boards.

  37. Laura N says:

    My word wall and focus wall need some help and I think this will help bring new life to them.

  38. Yvonne Holloway says:

    I try to change up the decor for my Kindergarten classroom every year. This would be super cute!

  39. Kristen says:

    I love this decor! I am moving to 1st grade after teaching Kindergarten for a few years, and I think this style and all the bright colors would be great to decorate my new classroom!

  40. I would use it to change up my Circle Time/Calendar area of my Preschool Classroom. They will love the bright colors!

  41. Karen H says:

    I would use this collection to make my room bright and cheery.

  42. I’ve been looking for a new look for my classroom. I love it!

  43. Jerra H. says:

    I am a brand new teacher, and I would love to use this in my new classroom! It is fun and inviting for the students!

  44. April Martindale says:

    Love the hexagons! I will be teaching 3rd grade math and science this year, so this will be perfect for my classroom! I will use these materials for a math workshop bulletin board! Love it

  45. Emily H says:

    This would be a great addition to spice up my welcome board outside my classroom!

    Emily
    eah719@hotmail.com

  46. I would love nothing more than to use these for beautiful classroom decor! Labeling the cubbies and desks, designating a Daily5 area, and creating a first grade space for my new classroom!

  47. Robyn Waldrop says:

    I would use this collection to tie in with our school’s Dr. Seuss theme!

  48. Colleen says:

    Visually Stimulating. Welcome Back to school board

  49. I love the bright colors. They would be a great accent against the black and white decor of my class!

  50. Kelly Brown says:

    This would be great for a board in my classroom! I love the new look!

  51. Dodi Malloy says:

    Fun shapes! The versatility if this line seems endless! I could easily use the hexagons for a fractions bulletin board.

  52. cathrine says:

    I love it!!! :) It would look great as my focal point on my wall display when you walk into my room.

  53. Alexis Kerr says:

    I would use this collection to make a really neat math station! The colors are fun and inviting and I love the shapes!!

  54. Looks like a great way to decorate a birthday board.

  55. Rhonda Vaughn says:

    I would use the hexa collection for my math station and for my entryway to welcome students back to school. So cute! The kids would love the bright colors and shape!

  56. This would give my classroom just the pop of color it needs. I’ve been looking for something a little different for some “fun” in my kindergarten classroom!

    Amanda

  57. I totally love this! It is so bright and cheery I would want it for my door and outside bulletin board!

  58. Prudence says:

    My new second grade class room is in need of a makeover this would really brighten things up for my kiddos!

  59. Doreen Bednarski says:

    I would brighten up the entry way and walls of my classroom. I love the bright colors!

  60. B. Frazier says:

    I would use these to enhance center areas in my classroom. Would also be great to use for a cute door!

  61. I would use the apple accents to create a welcome on my door for the first day.

  62. Nicholle says:

    I would use these materials to decorate my classroom for my kiddos, who are looping up to 4th grade with me (I had them last year for 3rd and we’ll be together again for 4th). Last year when we studied geometry my kiddos got REALLY good at finding geometric shapes all around them (there’s nothing quite like hearing a shout-out of ‘Ms. T, the tables are shaped like trapezoids!’ in the middle of reading time!) so I know they’d really notice this set!

  63. I would use this to create a bright and welcoming classroom for my students. It will go great with my Dots on Turquoise that I already have :)

  64. This would really spruce up the Library and front door area!

  65. Erica Witherell says:

    This set would be wonderful for the hallway outside of my classroom. I am the only classroom in this hall and I am always looking for new ways to brighten it up!

  66. Love this design! Modern and not too cutesy or theme-y”

  67. I would use this along with my beach theme in my classrooms…the colors would go perfect! I plan to use this in my Morning Meeting area, and when students enter the classroom, create a bulletin board that says “Having a HexaFun good time!” with pictures of my students and families.

  68. I would use these to brighten up my room, but I also might use them as a way to identify groups, each table or group would have a different pattern, their supplies would have that same pattern, their folders, etc.

  69. Camilla says:

    I would use this hexagon style to create the ultimate library area that is inviting to students and organized with a wonderful pattern like this!

  70. I would love to use the HexaFun Décor in my Pre-K classroom this year. It is so cute.

  71. I would use it to brighten up the dull walls in my classroom!

  72. Sue Hills says:

    I would use the bulletin board sets/border. I would also use the hexagons for cubbies,. etc.

  73. I want to do my color this year in bright colors and that’s exactly what this colors are. I think I am going to do ocean with all different kind of fish so this would be perfect.

  74. Natalie says:

    I’m redecorating my classroom and I would love to have all these decorations!

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