A symbol represents something other than itself. Symbols have the power to cross language barriers. They are designed and used to convey messages. Universal symbols are standard and highly functional, such as traffic signs and other signs in public places. Around 2 years old, kids are able to use one object as a reference symbol for another object. Learning symbols can help kids develop their conceptual understanding, and build their new vocabulary. Kids with early childhood education of various symbols are more likely to have academic success.
This worksheet provides 24 common symbol signs used in public places. They are taxi, bus stop, rail station, airport, post office, coffee shop, bar, restaurant, barbershop, car rental, parking, no parking,ticket purchase, currency exchange, baggage claim, baggage locker, restroom, stairs, escalator, elevator, nursery, telephone, information, first aid, drinking fountain, litter disposal, lost and found, fire extinguisher, waiting room, no entry, no smoking, no dogs. Parents could use this worksheet to help kids understand the meanings and importance of these common symbol signs. These symbol signs will provide useful information in their daily life. It is also good to help kids understand the concept of symbols.