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Help me give my students wobble stools so that they can focus on learning.
My students come to the resource room to work on academic and social skills. Despite barriers to learning, they come to school ready to work with a positive attitude and try their best.
I teach 25 special education students in grades K-5 at an urban elementary school that has a strong, diverse community.
This school has 86% of students on free and reduced lunch, and our students speak more than 10 languages (35% are English Language Learners). They have outgrown their wobble stools and need taller stools to sit comfortably at the table.
My students come to the resource room to work on the things that are hardest for them. Many of my students have disabilities that make it difficult for them to sit still, which makes focusing and completing assignments even more challenging. They have outgrown their wobble stools, and need taller stools to sit comfortably. The wobble stools will help students maintain their focus during small group instruction. The movement in the chairs will serve as an outlet for their energy, making it easier for them to focus their attention on academic work.
My students will be thrilled with these taller stools.
These donations will make them more comfortable, promote a positive learning environment and redirects their excess energy in a way that aides learning.
Active Wobble Chair for Kids | Classroom Stools with Posture Correction for Students with ADD ADHD Autism | Safe Non-Slip Rubber Bottom and Padded Top for Comfortable Seating Alternative (Blue/17)
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