Is it flexible, alternative, choice, or flex seating? Whatever you choose to call it, guidelines and anchor charts are a must Having your students take ownership with this type of seating is primitive.
I usually create rules with my class and during that time bend the rules to fit my poster. Then I hang the rules poster in the class.
I choose to call it “choice seating” because I want my students to know that it is a choice to have this type of seating, or not. Plus, I feel it rolls off the tongue a little easier.
**Posters come in wood, white, and shades of blue backgrounds
& Editable posters!!
-Choice seating rules
-Flexible seating rules
-Yoga ball rules
-crate seat rules
-banana chair rules
-Folding chair rules
How to Print:
1. Print to the size of your choice in the printing options.
2. You may have to trim the bottom line off of poster one
This is to ensure a seamless poster.
3. Tape poster two (rules 5-6) under your first poster.
4. Cut the excess off of poster two (rules 5-6) to your liking.
5. Laminate and hang!