My second grade students enter the classroom eager to learn. They come from a variety of backgrounds and thrive on structure. Many of my students have special needs or are English language learners.
Despite many hardships, my students are willing to learn and strive to do their best.
They want to be in school because they want to learn all they can so they can be successful one day. We have big dreams in our room and can't wait to get started!
My students need a variety of outlets to release energy. Stability stools are perfect for my 2nd grade friends who just can't sit in a chair any longer. This is a great tool to have so they can grab and go.
I have seen these stools in action and they are amazing!
I have a pair in my room and would like to add more.
Many of my students have difficulties staying organized. The elastic seat sacks will keep their materials all in one place. I had seat sacks in my room this year that were not elastic but they ripped. These elastic sacks will be durable and allow for storage.
SEAT SACK ELASTIC BACK 12''-17'' ORIGINAL ONE SIZE BLACK
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Kore Patented WOBBLE Chair, Made in the USA, Active Sitting for Toddler, Pre-School, Kids, and Teens; Kids don't have to sit still anymore - "The BEST seat in any Classroom"! - Red - Kids (14in)
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