12 months & up. Nature Color Tapered Leg Stackable Chairs enhance both student comfort and classroom efficiency. Made with rugged polypropylene shell seats and sturdy matching powder-coated steel legs. Chairs are steel-braced on the underside for extra stability, and nylon-tipped feet help protect classroom floors. Lifetime warranty. Choose height and color.
5 years & up. Maximize your classroom space and seating options with these comfortable Sturdy Stackable Chairs Sized for Young Children. These chairs are tough and made of high-impact plastic. These stackable chairs offer comfort while providing firm back support. The heavy-gauge tubular steel frame includes non-marring, cushioned-swivel glide feet
3 years & up. Transform a standard school chair into a Wobble Chair with specially designed Wiggle Wobble Feet, enabling kids to have an outlet for excess energy while working. Continuous movement results in alleviating anxiety, hyperactivity and boredom, increasing focus. Kids' concentration grows as they rock back, forth and all around because the continuous movement increases blood flow to the brain enabling greater attentiveness. Simple installation - the Wiggle Wobble Feet snap right on… More »
8 years & up. Specially designed wiggle seats help calm and focus those who have a hard time sitting still. Allow children or adults to quietly move while working, enabling them to focus, stay on task and be more productive. Flexible nubs on one side and small bumps on the other can easily be felt giving a choice for just the right amount of tactile stimulation. Ergonomic disc causes the body to stabilize itself improving posture. Easy-inflation pump is included and firmness can be customized… More »
3 years & up. This portable wedge seat is perfect for chairs, benches or the floor. Children with poor posture can practice sitting up nice and tall or children can quietly move to help them stay focused as they work. The 10" square is the perfect size for children and classroom furniture. Includes wedge seat and inflation pump for reinflation.
"Adventures in Risky Play: What is Your Yes?" goes to the heart of risk-taking and children. As educators working with young children, we all have boundaries and feelings around what risky play is allowed. Rusty Keeler invites us to examine the cage of boundaries that we have created for ourselves and our children. He challenges us to rattle our cage and discover where the lines are movable. In our role as educators and caretakers, when we allow children to play and confront risk on their… More »
An early childhood classroom should reinforce and enhance young children's sense of belonging and connection to their environment, each other, their families, and their community. This book invites educators and administrators to rethink the traditional classroom, with inspirational examples showing how to weave elements that reflect each center's community into the classroom design. Colorful photos show what teachers can do to encourage a sense of community unique to each classroom. Easy-to-implement… More »
When was the last time you got down on your hands and knees to see your classroom from a child's height? Research shows that effective early childhood classroom design begins from the ground up. Classroom design is a crucial component of an effective learning environment. This book brings a new approach to classroom design that begins and ends with the child's viewpoint. Each chapter details how the classroom environment influences children's learning, and the authors provide specific examples of… More »
A playful yet practical addition to any classroom environment, this easy-to-clean washable wicker basket provides convenient storage for toys and learning materials. The fun shape and natural tone and texture of this durable basket adds a unique layer of playful possibility to traditional classroom storage. Authentic materials and recognizable shapes invite children to touch and interact. To wash use mild detergents, or soap and water on a damp cloth. Do not use window-cleaners or abrasive products… More »