Help me give my students flexible seating options. The wobble stools are a great addition to any classroom to provide the students an opportunity to be moving while still in their seat. Please help us incorporate more options!
I teach third grade. I have a group of 20 eclectic and motivated students with varying emotional and educational needs. Each day I teach my students math, social studies, reading, science, writing and spelling. These students will benefit from the versatility of a flexible seating classroom.
My students like to find comfortable areas in the classroom to do their work and keep them engaged.
Flexible seating is known to help stimulate and motivate students to complete their work. I have many active students who like to move, bounce, walk, and stand while working. I am eager to encourage them to work in the least restrictive environment whether that is their desk or other locations in the room.
My classroom tends to be more on the unconventional side. Entering my room, you will see students working in all areas of the room, finding what space works best for them.
My students choose the areas and seating that works best to provide them with an optimal learning environment .
With extra flexible seating options, the students will be able to have choice in where they learn. With beanbags, wobble stools, and floor seats, the students can truly continue to find what works for their sensory needs as well as their academic stimulation. I want my students to be able to express their individuality throughout the day, including their seating choices.
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