My students, past and present, are my Rock Star Readers! I absolutely LOVE my job, and I am always looking for ways to reach and teach ALL of my students. Thanks to good parenting and a positive classroom culture, my Rock Stars are kind, polite, intelligent, fun, creative, thoughtful and enthusiastic learners! They come to school each day ready to try new things. First grade is such an important year! I love to watch them grow both personally and academically. Although they are all very different, they all have one thing in common, they love school and enjoy the flexible seating options we have in the classroom right now.
I am striving to have a completely flexible classroom setting.
Kids love being able to pick their seats, and it leads to a more collaborative learning environment.
Have you ever tried to sit down in a student desk for three hours straight? Boring! Some of my students can't, and end up sitting on the floor where they are more comfortable. I have selected different kinds of seating options for my current and future students. I know that with the different seating options my students will excel in their learning experience. I know they will love the wobble stools and floor cushions! The wobble stools gently roll with my student's natural movements, so he or she stays supported and comfortable while they wiggle around on their stool. The cushions will allow my students to sit comfortably on the floor. We currently have a few and students love them!
My students love having the power to sit where they want to, and on different kinds of chairs.
I am really looking forward to adding these extra seating options to our classroom, but we need your help!
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