As most of you probably do, I have flourescent lighting in my classroom. As a person with light sensitivity, it's intolerable and often I would just turn the lights off. The children loved that and would ask me to turn them off. Then, I discovered these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001YT3G5C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s...
They are so easy to use and changes the entire atmosphere in the classroom. As other teachers came in, they noticed right away and ordered them for their own classrooms. I just wanted to share this with you!
Thanks for sharing! These would be a good alternative for those teachers whose schools frown on bringing in lamps.
For some kids, it's the "sound" of flourescent lights that makes them a bit crazy :). I can hear students give a collective sigh when the lights go off :). If you have enough natural light in your rooms to provide for students to work by, give it a try with the lights off ;).
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