Classroom Seating Chart

Classroom Seating Chart

A free editable classroom seating chart template to help organize your classroom and the seating arrangements. Printing a visual layout of your classroom will help you find the ideal layout for your classroom and allocate each student a seat. You can move tables and students around on paper or on the screen until you find the ideal seating arrangement.

With our free online classroom design tool, you can create a classroom layout with a few clicks of your mouse. Add storage, desks, bookshelves, etc to design and plan your ideal classroom layout.

Classroom Seating Chart

Select the classroom floor plan that most resembles the floor plan you would like. If you find a perfect match, then you can download an image or editable PDF and type the names of the students only. If you need to change the layout, then select the Powerpoint version. You can delete desks, add additional desks or drag them around.

Three tables and 30 chairs

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30 Students

Three tables and 24 chairs

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24 Students

Three tables and 18 chairs

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18 Students

Six tables and 48 chairs

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36 Students

9 tables and 18 chairs

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18 Students

12 tables and 12 chairs

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12 Students

15 desks and 15 chairs

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15 Students

18 desks and 18 chairs

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18 Students

18 desks and 18 chairs

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18 Students

14 desks and 14 chairs

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14 Students

16 desks and 16 chairs

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16 Students

21 desks and 21 chairs

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21 Students

Horseshoe classroom plan

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17 Students

Seating chart maker

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14 Students

Classroom Layout maker

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11 Students

How to Make a Classroom Seating Chart

  1. Choose the template that is closest to your classroom layout or the number of students in your class. If you find one with the exact same layout, then you can use the image file or the editable PDF to add the names.
  2. If you need to edit the classroom table plan, then select the Powerpoint version. You can drag the desks around, delete or add boxes to adapt the seating layout to your actual layout.
  3. Edit the printable seating chart if you need to adapt it to your classroom. When the layout is ready you can type the students’ names.
  4. Print your seating layout chart.

We also offer a classroom seating chart generator below. You can add desks, chairs, and furniture with a click of your mouse.

Benefits of a Seating Chart

A seating chart helps you plan seating arrangements and to take into account the interactions between different students. Some students disturb each other and it is helpful to separate them. This will not only help your students focus but it will help the teacher concentrate too. There will be less chatter and disturbances during class.

A seating chart is very helpful for substitute teachers. Since you might leave unexpectedly you might want to leave a copy available just in case.

For every given space there are many different possible seating arrangements. Moving tables and chairs around to find the best layout is time-consuming, heavy, and difficult. With our editable seating chart templates, you can drag tables and chairs with your mouse to find the optimal arrangement. It is way easier than moving the desks around. Once you have found the optimal arrangement, you can then move the desks and tables according to the seating plan.

Many teachers like to move students around throughout the year. When you have a blank seating chart you can simply change the names whenever you want. Make a few copies of the chart or save it and visit again when you need to.

It is much easier to take attendance when you have a set seating plan. Within seconds you will know who is missing. When students sit wherever they want, you will need a while to figure out who is missing.

Classroom Layout

You can set up your classroom floor plan with our free online classroom design tool. If you only want to plan the seating layout, then add desks and chairs only. To design the entire classroom layout, add storage, bookshelves, activity areas, etc. If there are additional icons that you would like us to add to the classroom planner, then please leave a comment below.

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Classroom Layout Maker

With our free classroom layout maker, you can plan the ideal layout for your classroom. With a click of your mouse, you can add storage, bookshelves, desks, chairs, etc. Move each item around until you find the ideal layout. Drag items, duplicate them, and delete them with one click of your mouse.

  1. Click on the button above to open the classroom seating chart maker.
  2. Click to add desks, chairs, blackboard, storage, etc. Drag each item to wherever you want it to appear.
  3. To add the students’ names to the seating layout chart, click on “add text”.
  4. Once you are happy with the classroom diagram, download it.
  5. Print the chart.

Preschool Classroom Layout

The preschool classroom layout is often different than those above, since you will also need to include an area to play in and an area for other group activities.

You will probably want to include learning centers, a teacher station, storage, a library, etc. Each learning center should have room for about 4 students. However, this really depends on how much space you have, how many learning centers you will have, and how many students are in each class.

How to Setup your Classroom

When determining your classroom setup, there are a number of factors you will need to take into account.

The size of your classroom – How much space do you have to work with?

Permanent fixtures in the classroom – Take into account areas where you cannot place tables such as near the door, next to the air-con, etc. Also, take note if you have any sinks, windows,or fixed furniture that you cannot move.

How many students will be in your class? The number of students will determine how many spaces you need in your classroom.

Interaction between certain students – Are there any students who you don’t want sitting together? Are there students you do want to sit together?

Are there additional spaces or functions that you will require? Do you need a teacher station, storage space, a workstation, etc. Think about all the elements you want to include in your classroom.

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