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Kids come to my classroom to work on specific areas that they need help on. Often times the work is challenging and can be nerve wrecking to students. Students have goals to meet and we have to work hard to get there. Students don't have a whole lot of choice in school and that is why I love flexible seating. Students feel like they can control one thing in there day with their choice of seating. This can also help with problem solving skills and building communication with situations like having to share items or communicate to the teacher or peers what they want. The biggest reason flexible seating is so beneficial in a special education classroom is the sensory input. I have several ADHD students in my room and flexible seating is amazing for that. This allows students to move and learn at the same time. Increasing output in the classroom. Along with my flexible seating options I also have some manipulatives that work as wonderful brain break activities for my younger students. Manipulatives are great incentives in my classroom and also used on Fun Friday, which is ten minutes of free time with games if they work hard during the week. Having different choices of seating like exercise balls, donuts, and wobble stools will allow my students to feel empowered while still working on goals they need to achieve.

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Kids come to my classroom to work on specific areas that they need help on. Often times the work is challenging and can be nerve wrecking to students. Students have goals to meet and we have to work hard to get there. Students don't have a whole lot of choice in school and that is why I love flexible seating. Students feel like they can control one thing in there day with their choice of seating. This can also help with problem solving skills and building communication with situations like having to share items or communicate to the teacher or peers what they want. The biggest reason flexible seating is so beneficial in a special education classroom is the sensory input. I have several ADHD students in my room and flexible seating is amazing for that. This allows students to move and learn at the same time. Increasing output in the classroom. Along with my flexible seating options I also have some manipulatives that work as wonderful brain break activities for my younger students. Manipulatives are great incentives in my classroom and also used on Fun Friday, which is ten minutes of free time with games if they work hard during the week. Having different choices of seating like exercise balls, donuts, and wobble stools will allow my students to feel empowered while still working on goals they need to achieve.

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