Confined Spaces May Help Barometer Behaviors


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One of our conference attendees shared how much her barometer students love confined spaces.  

Different seating options provide students with places in our rooms that are most comfortable for their bodies, allowing their minds to focus on the work of learning and building stamina.

Students often like unconventional spaces, and the way these tubs define personal space can be a way, especially for barometer children, to help them stay in one place for an entire round. Cozy pillows provide comfort and the confined space helps support a growing ability to focus.

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