My students are loving, spunky, wiggly kindergartners who love incorporating science into all our subject areas. At our Spouting STEM Museum Magnet School, my students take their learning and turn it into beautiful museum displays showcasing each of our four science topics throughout the year. My students are extremely bright and always ready to learn. They love to create and explore. We are looking to spice up our classroom and incorporate some new ideas and technology in our room! We cannot wait to get started!
Flexible seating will give my students the option to explore which seating arrangement works best for their learning style. My students will learn better because they will have choice and control of where they sit and what they sit on. This will also create a better sense of community and collaboration in our classroom. It will allow them to have constant movement and boost their focus and concentration in the classroom. It will help limit disruptive and distracted behavior. We are so excited to introduce these seating options in our classroom!
The Wobble Chair will help my active and high energy kindergarteners.
Active Kids Chair - Active Chairs for Toddlers, Pre-Schoolers & Children Who Can’t Sit Still - Great 14" Wobble Chair for Kids with ADD/ADHD - Corrects Posture | Green - Age range 3-7y
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