Does the Height of the Dividers Differ Per Use?
In some scenarios, the answer is yes. For instance, daycare users prefer shorter units. It’s based partly on common sense and, in some states, mandated by law. For example, if you’re a board certified teacher or a teacher’s aide, some states dictate that you’ll need to be able to see what the kids are doing. In these cases, you’d want four or five-foot units. You can easily watch what the kids are doing when taking tests with this size unit as well. It gives them a sense of privacy, while at the same time lets you monitor their progress. Room dividers can provide a visual barrier. If one child (or adult) can’t see one another during class, they cannot be distracted by that person. In this regard, much like ourselves, all dividers are equal. For
Additional room divider uses
For Sunday school and adult classes, six-foot dividers or taller are the most popular. It is easy to make additional rooms for temporary (or semi-permanent) use as needed within the church or school. Tackable, sound-absorbing dividers easily roll into place, unfold accordion style, and can be set up in any configuration as needed.