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  • Lori Lee Mickelson

    The Frugal Teacher: Busy feet! Slip a PVC pipe over a bungee cord and hook it to the desk leg. The student who can't sit still has a place to keep his feet busy while keeping his bottom in the chair.

  • Kimberlee Graves

    A bungee cord with hooks on each end has a piece of pvc tubing threaded over it. The student can focus better when he has his feet occupied and also he is kept in his chair. I am thinking that a section of a pool noodle would be quieter and still accomplish the same outcome. From: The Frugal Teacher: Busy feet!

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