Everyday my students come into the classroom excited and ready to learn. They know that each day is a new adventure in the classroom and are excited to see where the lesson will take them.
Our school and the surrounding community are like a big family.
The students attend the same school from preschool through 12th grade so we become very close as a learning community. I love getting to not only have students in my class for a year, but to also be able to watch them grow and learn until they graduate. It is this tight-knit community that inspires everyone at our school to be the best they can be in and out of the classroom.
One of they keys to more successful and focused students is very simple, comfort. Students who are more comfortable and offered more choices perform better in the classroom. Their focus and on task behavior increase as well. The items I am asking for will help provide my students more choices and the ability to learn in a comfortable environment.
Studies show that students who have access to flexible seating perform better in the classroom and have less behavior problems.
The Norwood plastic stacking stools, balance disks, and chair ball will not only allow my students to learn in comfort, but will also provide them choices so they can find the seating choice that is right for them.
No two people are alike and flexible seating allows students to learn in a classroom that can be individualized to meet their unique seating needs so that they can meet their full potential in the classroom. Flexible seating can make a huge impact in the learning lives of students!
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