Spring Horizon Seating Rug
Spring Horizon Seating Rug
The Spring Horizon Seating Rug is a delightful addition to pre-k and early learning classrooms that will ignite children's enthusiasm for interactive education. Designed with young learners in mind, this vibrant and captivating carpet is carefully crafted to capture students' attention and inspire their imagination.
- 6' x 9' - 24 Seats are 17.5" x 17.5"
- 7'6 x 12' - 24 Seats are 23" x 22"
- 7'6 x 12' - 30 Seats are 23" x 17"
Please measure your area and choose the right size
Light colors will show dirt from every day foot traffic
Immerse yourself in a world of lush colors, where children eagerly abandon their seats to explore and learn on this magnificent grid rug. Not only does this classroom-style carpet boast visually stunning aesthetics, but it also prioritizes durability and practicality, constructed from high-quality materials that are both long-lasting and easy to clean.
With its soft and plush texture, the rug provides a comfortable haven for children to sit and engage in playful activities, while the sturdy backing ensures it remains securely in place, facilitating uninterrupted learning experiences.
The Spring Horizon rug goes beyond mere beauty and functionality. It becomes a valuable teaching tool. It opens doors to introduce essential concepts such as colors, and counting.
Discover the wonders of the Spring Horizon seating rug. A fantastic asset for any classroom, guaranteed to delight young learners and amplify the joy and effectiveness of teaching and learning alike.
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Highest fiber density, with an infusion dye process. Ensures bright lasting color.
Anti-Microbial and Anti-Static Treatment: Guards against odor, mildew and mold.
- Treated with Scotchgard protector for superior soil resistance.
- Class I Flammability Rating and Indoor Air Quality passed.
- Bound and double stitched with nylon edge yarn for maximum strength and durability.
Games to play on a classroom rug:
Memory Game: Place several objects on the rug, such as a ball, a toy car, and a stuffed animal. Give the children a few minutes to look at the objects, and then cover them with a blanket or towel. Remove one object and see if the children can guess which one is missing.
Bubble Wrap Hop: Place a piece of bubble wrap on the rug and have children take turns hopping from one bubble to the next, trying to pop as many as they can. For an added challenge, you can assign a color to each child and have them only pop bubbles of their assigned color.
Obstacle Course: Create an obstacle course on the rug using objects such as cones, hula hoops, and tunnels. Children can crawl, hop, skip, and jump through the course, trying to complete it as quickly as possible. You can time each child and have them try to beat their own record.