Cricut Classroom Projects

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Cricut Classroom Projects

Cricut Classroom Projects are so fun and easy, once you start…it’s hard to stop!

Cricut in the Classroom

I was lucky enough to be sent an AWESOME Cricut One to try out in my classroom.  My immediate thought was, “It’s back to school season, I DO NOT have time for this!”

But…I was WRONG!  I created an account on Cricut Design Space,  super easy, and within minutes, I create my first lettering using a font on my computer!!  I always heard you can’t do that with a Cricut…but YOU CAN!  And it was not a big deal to do it all! I was so impressed at how fast it cut out the letters…I couldn’t do it in a million years!

Cricut Classroom Project #1

I decided to cut out vinyl letters for perhaps the ugliest wall in the world.

Cricut Student work display(The above craft is from Deanna Jump’s Name Unit)

Cricut in the classroom

(The above pigeon directed drawing is available from Heidi Songs.)Cricut

Cricut Classroom Project #2

Letters for our Book Buddy Bin!  So cute and my students LOVE to read to their “buddies” and the label makes sure admin knows it is for “learning!”

Book Buddy Bin using CricutCricut Classroom Project #3

I had some left over vinyl that I wanted to use and so I decided to do these letters with no real purpose in mind…and then when I got to school I decided to add them to the outside of my classroom door.  I think it turned out super cute!!

vinyl letters classroom

That’s all I have done SO FAR…but believe me, I have BIG plans for my new Cricut machine. If you’d like to win one (who wouldn’t??) you can enter to win one of $20,000 worth of prizes JUST FOR TEACHERS!!

Cricut Giveaway for TeachersTo enter, visit the Cricut Facebook page {HERE}


  1. Oh. My. Goodness. I have had a Cricut Expression 2 forawhile but haven’t used it in forever. I did not know about the new Design Studio!!!! It makes everything look so easy. I am breaking that bad boy back out!!! Thanks, Jennifer!

  2. Do you or do you know of anyone who sells cricut letters? Is that even a thing? For people who don’t have the machine can we place an order of something we want made?

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