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Good Sitting Cards - Good sitting, listen, behaviour management, SEN, good sitting, crossed legs, folder arms, hands up, quiet, good listening, good looking, lips closed, listening, brain box

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  • 6 days ago

    General classroom behaviour management prompts. Thank you. Simple, clear and well-designed!

    • 6 days ago

      Hi rubyred400,
      It's great to hear you like the resource - Thanks for sharing! :)

  • May 2nd

    as a visual aide.

  • Apr 30th

    to give it to my Friend in school

  • Mar 21st

    for sen pupil

  • Feb 12th

    Thank you for updating the resource! Very useful for a child who needs helpful reminders.

  • Feb 10th

    Special needs students respond well to visuals . These are clear and really useful for those who have trouble sitting and are often off task. thank you

  • Dec 5th

    This will be used as a reminder to those children who get off task and can't sit still for a few minutes during instructional time.

  • Nov 22nd

    To show to frequently off task children during carpet time

  • Oct 23rd

    year 2 display

  • Oct 5th

    for sen students

  • Oct 2nd


  • Sep 23rd

    for SEnd and EAl pupils

  • Sep 22nd

    Cue cards

  • Sep 20th

    SEN Classroom

  • Sep 18th


  • Sep 14th

    cue cards

  • Sep 13th

    cue cards for sen pupil

  • Sep 12th

    Using as reminder posters for classroom rules

  • Sep 11th

    great for EAL

  • Sep 11th

    to aid pupils class behaviour

  • Sep 9th


  • Sep 7th

    Visual reminder

  • Sep 7th

    Visual reminder

  • Sep 6th

    to teach the children acceptable behaviour when on the carpet.

  • Sep 4th

    class display behaviour support

  • Sep 4th

    BESD Group work

  • Sep 2nd

    visuals in classroom

  • Sep 2nd

    again for my classroom use.

  • Aug 28th

    working with a child who is on the autistic spectrum

  • Aug 27th

    Making a desk chart for a child who has trouble paying attention/calling out in class

  • Aug 25th

    Group activities

  • Aug 11th

    Reminders at mat time and for children working at desk who need visual cues. Assists by not having to continually remind children verbally.

  • Jul 16th

    very clear pictures for the children to understand, will use as part of our "listening board"

    • Jul 16th

      Hi caitlynken,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jul 15th

    For attending a summer gym camp

    • Jul 15th

      Hi nolife558,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jul 1st

    to settle a child in class

    • Jul 1st

      Hi shuhelakha,
      Great to hear it will be so useful :) Thanks for your feedback!

  • Jun 30th

    will use in year 1

    • Jun 30th

      Hi Rahemat,
      Thank you so much for your feedback! :)

  • Jun 18th

    great to use in class and in our Nurture group

    • Jun 18th

      Hi ksword,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 9th

    I will use to encourage appropriate behavior for a student.

    • Jun 9th

      Hi ashley.turner, sounds like a great idea, thanks for sharing. :)

  • Jun 9th

    to encourage appropriate behaviour

    • Jun 9th

      Hi lisasmi,
      Sounds great! Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 8th

    To promote good behaviour during small group work and as reminder to what we do when listening to others or story time.

    • Jun 8th

      Thanks for sharing, ArianneDuch! :)

  • Jun 3rd


  • May 21st

    I'd use it for teaching good manners.

    • May 21st

      Hi there Yasminjuppa, thanks for commenting! It's lovely to know you'd use this for teaching good manners :)

  • May 13th

    Fantastic for teaching expected behavior to EAL children

  • May 8th

    As an individual reminder for a child who struggles with sitting. It would be great if there were more examples of sitting on a carpet.

  • May 6th

    To help a child with mild autism raise his hand instead of calling out.

  • May 5th

    to help a child who is a silent mute

  • May 5th

    Behaviour rules

  • Apr 25th

    to set the rules in the classroom

  • Apr 25th

    demonstrate to a child with social emotional needs

  • Apr 16th

    sitting square

  • Apr 8th

    Bahaviour model for special needs

  • Mar 26th

    This is for my Special Needs 5 year old student who is integrated into a Montessori classroom. She has a very hard time keeping her attention focused during circle. The other kids will benefit from this as well!

  • Mar 24th

    Using to focus a Year 6 pupil struggling to focus during whole class discussion time. Excellent!

  • Mar 16th

    Great visual prompt for children who have difficulty remaining focused in class

  • Mar 16th

    Used this for visual prompting

  • Mar 16th

    supporting children with SEN when sitting on the carpet.

  • Mar 12th

    teaching social skills and behavioral management

  • Mar 9th

    Hi I used this for a SEN child who needs a visual prompt to keep focused in the class situation. So far it has worked really well.

  • Feb 19th

    Teaching social skills

  • Feb 7th

    teaching rules and good manners in class

  • Feb 2nd

    teaching social skils

  • Jan 30th

    Children who have difficulty remaining focused in class

  • Jan 30th

    child with adhd

  • Jan 29th

    Settting up expected behaviours in my Prep Class.

  • Jan 24th

    Read regularly to children aged 4-8. Would like to use these as visual reminders to the kids before starting the read aloud.

  • Jan 14th

    I teach a small group of children and therefore these would be useful to use at the beginning of the lesson so the children are aware of what and what not do do.

  • Jan 11th

    ASD toddoler starting school

  • Jan 10th

    Just adapted this to form some 'good listening' rules for my class who are not very good listeners at the moment! I am going to use this to feed into golden time as an incentive for children to improve their listening.

  • Jan 9th

    to help children to remember to put their hands up and not shout out

  • Dec 17th

    to help sen children who need visual reminders

  • Dec 12th

    group time

  • Oct 2nd

    sign language

  • Sep 17th

    Deaf children who have no language and rely on visual resources

  • Sep 11th

    cue cards

  • Sep 6th

    These are awesome cards to hang on the wall in the class! thanks

  • Aug 28th

    ASD an SLD students who are non-verbal

  • May 3rd

    Yes please more of boys sitting on the carpet.

  • Jan 21st

    Hi littlemiss-p, thanks so much for commenting on this resource. I've let our resource designers know that you would like more boy images so they should hopefully have a look into that soon for you! :)

  • Jan 20th

    Where is the link to the one with more pictures of boys?!I'm still getting all the girls.

  • Dec 9th

    Good morning!
    I've fixed this resource so it includes some boy images!

  • Dec 6th

    Hey everyone - Thank you for your comments. I will make sure that there will be more pictures of boys in this for crossed legs and being still. Steve :)

  • Dec 6th

    Yes please - boys pictures!

  • Aug 13th

    I found these very interesting last year!

  • Aug 13th

    Lovely images - could I be cheeky and ask for some images of boys to be added particularly for crossed legs and hand still thank you.

Good Sitting Cards

Good Sitting Cards - A colourful set of visual prompts to help remind children what the key skills are for good sitting. A behaviour management essential -why not display these resources to refer to during carpet times?

Why not also check out our lovely behaviour management resource resources?

This resource is available in 2 Per Page, Cursive, 4 Per Page and Standard.
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    • Twinkl added 2 Per Page Version on Sep 6th
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