Implementing flexible seating but overwhelmed with how to start? These materials will help you thoughtfully introduce and implement flexible seating in your classroom. Flexible seating is so different from traditional seating that it requires introduction and scaffolding.
This bundle contains an EDITABLE PowerPoint with the following:
-Flexible Seating Overview: A teacher-to-student letter that explains the purpose of flexible seating
-Flexible Seating Expectations: These are written in student-friendly language to help make expectations clear.
-Flexible Seating Contract: After explaining the instructions, have students sign these contracts as proof that they have read/understand the rules. (You can use these if you have to intervene due to poor flexible seating choices later on.)
-Flexible Seating Menu: I included this as a sample of my room's flexible seating areas. Of course, you will want to edit this if you find it useful.
-Flexible Seating Tracking Sheet: Students will track their seating choices for one week.
-Flexible Seating Reflection: Students will reflect upon the week of different flexible seating choices.
-Extra template page that you can use to add any additional information!