Okay, Let's see a Zebra Theme (This one is hard).....Here are my thoughts....
I had to look up some info on Zebras and this helped me.
1. Zebras belong to the genus Equus:The genus Equus includes zebras, donkeys and horses.
2. The stripe pattern on every zebra is unique.
This unique stripe pattern provides researchers with an easy method for identifying the individuals they study.
3. Mountain zebras are skilled climbers.
4. Adult male zebras are quick to defend their families by kicking or biting.
5. Their eyes are located on the side of their head, and they have excellent eyesight.
6. Zebras live in social groups. The leader of the group is the stallion.
7. Zebras are Herbivores, which means they eat plants, grasses and roots. This makes them a very successful member of the grassland community.
Word Wall--Super Striped Sight Words
Class Meetings--The Herd Huddle
Job Chart-- Helping the Herd (line leader, door holder, messengers and so on)
Classroom could be called the "Grassland" where zebras live
Instead of "class"--Herd
Student of the Week--Super Stallion
If your school does "compliments" (like your class is walking so nice in line) and so on, you can have a poster of a mountain and a zebra --(since zebras can climb well)----and then you can move your zebra up the mountain and when they reach the top they get a reward.
For behavior your kids could each have a paper zebra somewhere and they can "earn their stripes" for their zebra (and when the fill their zebra they can go to a treasure box or something)---the concept is so cute in my brain!
A "Great Work" bulletin board--Top Stripe Students
Welcome bulletin board--"Herding" in the best for our group(and kids names on Zebras)
A Name for the Class library--Zebras in the Reading Zone
If you have tables you could name them the: Zealous Zebras, Zany Zebras, Zig Zag Zebras, or Zappin' Zebras
That's all I have for now. I hope that has helped some! It was fun and I learned about zebras too!