My students need Comfy Floor Seats to use instead of hard chairs.
This project expired on May 21, 2018.
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My students are kind, hard-working kids who do their best to do anything I ask them. They rarely complain about the work we do in class, and I can always find a reason to brag on them. They are respectful to me, each other, and themselves.
My students attend a Title I school where every kid receives free breakfast and lunch.
This means many of my students come to school with heavy burdens on their shoulders. You cannot tell the problems they face by looking in my classroom because my classroom is a safe haven for my students. They are able to leave their non-academic troubles at the door. When they do have a situation they need to discuss, they know they can trust me to help them however I can. My students are special, and I want to do everything I can to meet their needs.
My third graders beg me to sit on the floor to complete work. They prop up under their desks and get busy. I try to be flexible in allowing them to sit on the floor, but sometimes they abuse that by goofing off (and sometimes falling asleep!). I need a way to allow my students to sit in a productive, yet comfortable, environment.
Comfy Chairs will help my students sit on the floor in a productive and comfortable way.
My students love sitting in various places around the room to complete their work. I want to give them more options that will keep them focused and engaged in the learning process. These comfy chairs are the perfect way to give the students flexibility in their working environment.
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