Saturday, 23 February 2019

Classroom Rugs and Alternatives


Classroom Rugs for elementary classrooms are both functional for floor seating as well as aesthetically pleasing. There are also subject matter rugs that have valuable content printed, that is colorful and attractive for students to want to read them. Generally, rugs make a classroom seem warmer and more inviting, more 'homey'. They also give you a focal point that you can integrate your classroom theme or colors with.

This are beautiful classroom rugs below as well as some cheaper alternatives at the very end of this blog post.


 
 
 
 
 

Elementary Classroom rugs
 


Themed Classroom Rugs
 

Math Classroom Rugs
 


Science Rugs
 
 
 

 



Library Rugs for Reading Areas
 
  
 
 
 

 


Classroom Seating Carpets
 
 
 



 
Use foam tiles as a classroom rug or for flexible seating. The soft foam protects floors from scratches and it is the right thickness to cushion a fall.

Did you know that there are seating foam tile sets that work just like seating rugs. Each tile is 2' x 2', wide enough for seating children. Available in circle seats or square seats.


Round stackable floor cushion circles are another option.
 
 
Individual seating carpets and mats are wonderful for helping students with respecting personal space.

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