It is the time of the year where we start planning ahead for a new school year. Do you ever get "ants in your pants," or maybe you are the type that learns better when being able to move and wobble. Flexible seating gives our students the opportunity to learn in an environment that allows them to choose, move, and grows as students.
Although we do not know our future Kindergartners, we know that they are special, unique, and super great learners.
They will be eager to learn and even more engaged when allowed to learn and even more engaged when allowed to wobble, move, and sit in different styles of seating options daily. Laura Medina and I are so excited to be able to give our future students this amazing learning opportunity and give our classrooms a face-lift!
Were you the student that needed to be moving to help you learn at all times? Did you have seating options that foster an environment that welcomes movement and increases student engagement? Flexible seating will allow us to teach our students in a classroom that allows them to be able to get their wiggles out and increases their engagement. This opportunity will also benefit our students by giving them the responsibility to choose daily on which seating will best benefit their learning that day.
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Help us build our classroom community and increase our student engagement in lessons!
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