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45 Flexible Seating Options for the Elementary Classroom



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Are you transforming your classroom into a comfortable learning space where seating options vary? If so, then I'm sure that you are looking for flexible seating clip art to create your own classroom anchor charts. I created lots of flexible/alternative seating clip art images just for you! These images can be used to create anchor charts, seating charts, posters and plans for easy student reference. 


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This set contains each of my flexible seating clip art (45 seating options) for creating flexible seating resources that pop!. All images are original and created by Nicole Hernandez. 

The seating options available in this pack are as follows:
adirondack chair
beach chair
beach umbrella
beanbag
bench
bouncy chair
bucket seat
butterfly chair
camp chair
carpet circle
classroom rug
clipboard
crate
seat
director’s chair
disc seat
exercise ball chair
floor chair

floor mat
futon
hokki stool
jellyfish seat
kid’s chair
kid’s table
lap desk
laundry basket
lowered and raised table
min stool
picnic table
pillow
round table
scoop seat
stability ball
stool
swivel chair
tent
tire seat
traditional desk
wobbly chair
yoga ball
yoga mat
I included line art versions which means you are getting a total of 90 images. The cover shows exactly what you would get at purchase.

All images are saved in PNG format (transparent background ONLY) to ensure high quality and sharp printing even when enlarged. 


You can go directly to this classroom pack HERE

If you are interested in searching all of my flexible seating graphics sets at my store: All Flexible Seating Sets 





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