Standing - 6 Year Olds (Front)

Collection of assorted 6 year old boys and girls in front elevation with various casual standing postures and clothing. Helpful for understanding the height of 6 year old children when designing spaces such as learning environments, classrooms, and play areas for kids, these scaled drawings are useful when drawing architectural elevations and sections. 6 year old children have average heights between 3’8”-3’11” | 1.19-1.12 m. Outline silhouettes and detailed drawings available.

Illustration of assorted 6 year old kids drawn in front elevation

Collection of assorted 6 year old boys and girls in front elevation with various casual standing postures and clothing. Helpful for understanding the height of 6 year old children when designing spaces such as learning environments, classrooms, and play areas for kids, these scaled drawings are useful when drawing architectural elevations and sections. 6 year old children have average heights between 3’8”-3’11” | 1.19-1.12 m. Outline silhouettes and detailed drawings available.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Is standing good for your health?
Standing has been proven to decrease the risk of heart disease as standing lowers blood sugar and cholesterol while reducing weight. Standing is also correlated to reducing back pain, increased productivity, higher energy levels, and greater life expectancy.
How long should you stand at your desk?
Experts advise that people stand at their desk between 15-30 minutes every hour (1:4 to 1:3 ratio) to gain the health benefits of standing.
When do children learn to stand?
Children learn to stand without support as early as 8 months, with an average between 10-12 months.

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Height (Average): 3’8”-3’11” | 1.19-1.12 m
Style: Casual
Age: 6

Drawings include:
6 Year Old Children Standing front elevation (detail), front (outline)

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