My kindergarten students come from a small town and bring with them a variety of backgrounds. They bring diversity to our classroom to help us learn tolerance and acceptance. They work together to help each other learn and have become a tight-knit family.
My kindergarten students are full of life and energy.
They have a passion to learn and a will to succeed. These five year-olds are creative thinkers, hard workers, and passionate leaders. Every day they come to school looking for new things to learn and new ways to lead.
In my classroom, I have moved to the flexible seating options. Each student gets to choose a seat each day based on what will help him/her learn best. They can choose stability balls, stools, crate seats, wobble stools, or chairs. As I have implemented this new seating plan, I have found that there isn't a great place for the students' supplies anymore.
Book bins are the perfect solution to my students' supply woes.
In the past, the students had a place to put all of their daily supplies.
They had chair pockets to put their folders and table tubs for crayons, scissors, and pencils. However, now that my students are allowed to choose a seat, they don't sit at the same tables each day. The students will be able to put important daily supplies like folders, whiteboards, crayons, and scissors into the book bins and take them to their seat, no matter where they choose to sit.
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