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Classroom Seating Chart: Boxes

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This section is for class sizes of 20-21 students. While all the photos show options for 20 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of the groups, if needed.

Small and condensed groupings allow for more space in the classroom to complete centers, read together, or work at the board.  It is usually a trade-off between more student desk space or more classroom space.  Sometimes it is beneficial to switch back and forth from the two.
Small and condensed groupings allow for more space in the classroom to complete centers, read together, or work at the board.  It is usually a trade-off between more student desk space or more classroom space.  Sometimes it is beneficial to switch back and forth from the two.

Small and condensed groupings allow for more space in the classroom to complete centers, read together, or work at the board.  It is usually a trade-off between more student desk space or more classroom space.  Sometimes it is beneficial to switch back and forth from the two.

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Small and condensed groupings allow for more space in the classroom to complete centers, read together, or work at the board.  It is usually a trade-off between more student desk space or more classroom space.  Sometimes it is beneficial to switch back and forth from the two.

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