My students need calming colored, comfy bean bag seats as a place to sit and work or read comfortably.
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I teach in the Ashwaubenon School District. Ashwaubenon is located near Green Bay, WI . The Ashwaubenon School District has many cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. Our school district prides itself with offering the best education to all students.
Making choices and being comfortable allows the students to stay vested in their work and behavior.
Students work with others, sharing materials and spaces and move around the room. These students are working hard to become independent learners, responsible citizens, and positive decision makers. They crave new experiences and engaging, real-life learning opportunities.
My class is made up of students with a variety of needs. Students gain a sense of ownership within our classroom and are enabled to become invested in their own education.
These calming colors bean bag seats will be a great asset to our flexible seating classroom. I would love to put these wonderful bean bag seats around our classroom to create an inviting space for students to sit and read through their book of choice. Students will enjoy having the choice of flexible seating. Students feel empowered by having choice and control over their environment.
These bean bags will work great for independent reading time or even small group work; allowing students to get comfortable and delve into their work and be productive.
Providing a variety of spaces where students can choose where they will learn best is my goal.
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