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The Cinema Seat Sign

Both these signs, as well as the sitting signs, serve non-verbal communication and can be effectively used with children aged 6 to 7.Once these signs have been explained, the children become accustomed to them quite quickly as a rule.

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Extra tip: The Cinema Seat Sign

Sign for a cinema seat with chair
Sign for a cinema seat without chairs

Description:

Both these signs, as well as the sitting signs, serve non-verbal communication and can be effectively used with children aged 6 to 7. In preparation, the teacher discuses the procedure with the children. After an acoustic signal has been given, for example, a bell, the teacher holds up the sign "cinema seat with chair". All the pupils take their chairs and build the desired sitting position.
Whereas, if the other sign "cinema seat without chair" is held up, the children simply sit themselves in a circle, for example, in front of the blackboard. Once these signs have been explained, the children become accustomed to them quite quickly as a rule.

Recommendation:

Print these signs and stick them together back to back. To keep them in good shape, have them laminated at the copy shop.