Hi Everyone, I wanted to get your opinion on how much of a stickler you are (or aren't) about having the kids "sit tall" (feet on the floor underneath their desk, chair pushed in, tall posture). I have some kids that enjoy "sitting on their feet" and others that slump to one side of their desk or the other. Most of them are really good, hard-working kids, so I don't know how hard I should be on them about sitting up straight when they are at their seats. I've heard opinions on both ends of the spectrum. On the one hand, the classroom "looks better" when all the kids are sitting up straight, feet on their desk (and it's easier for me to navigate without having to remind the kids to push in their seats). On the other hand, I've had some kids who are better workers when I've offered them some flexibility on their posture and I've also read/heard that not all kids are comfortable with "sitting up straight". What do yo think? If you do prefer your kids to "sit tall", how do you go about enforcing this with the kids?