Wobble chairs, bouncy balls let students wiggle while they work
Have you heard of flexible seating? Kids in this classroom don’t sit in normal school chairs. They use wobble seats, stability balls, floor pillows, or lie on their stomachs on plush bath mats. The idea is that kids learn better when they are able to move. Though the effects of wobble seats in the classroom have yet to be investigated, a 2015 study by researchers at the University of California, Davis found that fidgeting may actually help kids with ADHD think!
Learn more about the ways teachers use flexible seating in the classroom by reading the article below.
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