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Classroom Seating Chart: Birds Flock Together

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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.

The pairs of desks are arranged in loose lines, making sure to alternate between sets so that all students have a clear view of the board and/or direct instruction at the front of the room.

The pairs of desks are arranged in loose lines, making sure to alternate between sets so that all students have a clear view of the board and/or direct instruction at the front of the room.

The pairs of desks are arranged in loose lines, making sure to alternate between sets so that all students have a clear view of the board and/or direct instruction at the front of the room.

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The pairs of desks are arranged in loose lines, making sure to alternate between sets so that all students have a clear view of the board and/or direct instruction at the front of the room.

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