Classroom Seating Chart: Curly Eyebrows

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This section is for class sizes of 30 or more students. While all the photos show options for 30 students, feel free to place additional students on the end of groups, or add additional groups, if needed.

Wavy lines are the look of this seating chart.  While it is similar to traditional straight lines of desks, it offers a bit of novelty by shifting the desks to one way or another.  Lecture-style instruction would work nicely with this example since the desks are all facing one general direction.
Wavy lines are the look of this seating chart.  While it is similar to traditional straight lines of desks, it offers a bit of novelty by shifting the desks to one way or another.  Lecture-style instruction would work nicely with this example since the desks are all facing one general direction.

Wavy lines are the look of this seating chart.  While it is similar to traditional straight lines of desks, it offers a bit of novelty by shifting the desks to one way or another.  Lecture-style instruction would work nicely with this example since the desks are all facing one general direction.

Wavy lines are the look of this seating chart.  While it is similar to traditional straight lines of desks, it offers a bit of novelty by shifting the desks to one way or another.  Lecture-style instruction would work nicely with this example since the desks are all facing one general direction.

How else could you use this seating arrangement in your classroom?  Feel free to share in the comments below!

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