Flexible seating is a great way to help students get their wiggles out while staying focused on the task at hand. I have implemented flexible seating for one full school year, and it has now become the norm in my classroom instead of the exception. I wanted to write a blog post about it for a while, but time has always seemed to get in the way. Luckily, as a GoNoodle Ambassador, I was given the opportunity to share my flexible seating experience on GoNoodle's Instagram stories. As I started planning and recording my thoughts, recommendations, and experiences, it evolved into a pretty detailed description of flexible seating. A few followers also asked if these videos could be saved, so I thought I would save all of the stories together, and share them with you all. (Since Instagram stories are only a few seconds at a time, the video may seem a bit choppy for that reason.) If you are interested in flexible seating, be sure to watch this video!
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We are Becky and Greg from York, PA. Becky just started her 13th year of teaching first grade. Greg is a high school social studies teacher. We love teaching and this blog is a peek into our world.
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