I came across a few ideas (mostly of Pinterest of course!) with some fabulous classroom applications!
Like this door from SewWoodsy.com:
Even though this is a hotel room door, the idea could easily be applied to a classroom. One teacher on another post mentioned adding pics throughout the year. I was also thinking you could put pics of various 'places you'll go' during the school year...like different ecosystems, math diagrams, etc...
And hey, why not use those fabulously fun (and cheaper than most decorations) giant tissue pom poms in the classroom!?
I saw these over at School Girl Style and she has some other pictures with coordinating decorations to go with them. They're great because they're K-6 (or higher) and they fill in and brighten up the classroom when you don't yet have student work to put up.
I couldn't find the source for this fabulous scrunched tissue paper border, but I love the layers. I like dimension on my borders but I've never thought of scrunching tissue.
I fell in love with this idea that just found yesterday on The Resourceful Room. Binder clips + dollar store baskets with wire handles = storage underneath the white board rail. The possibilities here are endless.
KUC bluprint has this great idea to add to your teacher binder:
Put in a clear sleeve and add in birthday calendar items, certificates, anything else that goes to specific kids throughout the year. Put one of these sleeves in each month's section of your binder. I like to give my team birthday cards so those could go here too.
For other cute ideas you might want to check out my Classroom Management Pinterest board and my The Cute Classroom board!