Shakespeare Classroom Signs

Ten Shakespeare Signs

Do you want to use Shakespeare to emphasize some of your classroom expectations? These Shakespeare classroom signs can do just that!

Each printable sign has a famous quote from one of Shakespeare’s plays (including “Romeo and Juliet”, “Julius Caesar”,  and “King Lear”). Beneath the quote is a funny line that matches a different classroom expectation.

Examples include:
“Beware the Ides of March.” (Deadlines are taken seriously in this class.)

“All the world’s a stage..” (This classroom is the exception.)

Ten different signs focusing on:
Asking questions
Bringing Materials

This is a great way for students to learn Shakespeare quotes! Humor is one of the best ways to help students remember information. These signs are also an educational (and funny) way to remind your class about good behavior.

This digital resource is easily printed out at home or school. You can decorate your classroom in minutes! This is especially useful if you know your class is going to be reading one of Shakespeare’s plays.

     Whether your students are going through “Julius Caesar”, or you’d like to set expectations in a lighthearted way at the beginning of the school year, these humorous Shakespeare signs can help your classroom!

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