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We have produced a range of posters and signs for you to use at home, work or any event you are organising. We would love to hear about anything you do to raise awareness on Left Handers Day.

How to Create a Left Handed Zone

Our posters are A4 (similar to US Letter) size Adobe PDF files for you to print on your colour or black and white printer. If you have larger format print available that should work fine too.

To print the Left-Handers Day posters click on the images below ( or you prefer to download all the files at once, use this zipfile). You will need Acrobat Reader in order to open and print the poster files. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, click here to download it first (free).

Left Handed Zone Poster Preview

If you prefer to download all the files at once, use this zipfile

Don’t forget you will need the free Adobe Reader software to open the poster files.

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  1. s Wulff says:

    I am the third child and I am right-handed,born in mid fifties. Both my older sister and brother we left-handed.They were born 11 months apart and 3 yrs older than me.I still remember conversation about my mother trying to force both my siblings to be right-handed.
    When my second child was born at 6 mo,I proudly told my pediatrician AND my mother my daughter was going to be a lefty! Bought her lefty kiddy scissors(didn’t like them) and her Kindergarten teacher was a lefty too! She embraces being a lefty and feels it makes her unique!

  2. Martin Baird says:

    Am I the only one that gets annoyed when a waitress place a cup in front of you and deliberately turns the handle to the right. An assumption that everyone is right handed. What makes things worse, they are trained to do this……

  3. I am a survivor of the 50’s & 60′ left handed persona when it was very odd a curse and disability to be left handed. Yes I said curse!

    As ludicrous as this sounds, my parents were in the belief that I was born cursed because I was left handed and they were bound and determined to rid our family of this curse by teaching me to be right handed.

    Yes for the first 7 years of my life my father and mother would tie my left hand to the belt loop on the back of my pants and force me, yes I said force me to use my right hand for everything, which of course made life very difficult!

    However the final outcome, I won and they were forced to live with my curse/disability, that goes without saying that though I seemed to be somewhat accident prone, I was extremely gifted in many other areas.

    In baseball I was able to switch hit, throw and catch both left and right handed, and yes as many other left handed people will testify or have proven, I was/am very artistic, vocally inept, many consider me a gifted writer so I do write that is. But probably the gift of being left handed is having the ability to be more passionate than our right handed brothers and sisters!

    That’s my short story and I’d love to hear from you!

    Best regards,

    Edward Thomas Rieth

    • snoby says:

      great man even my parents tried to change me but i changed them ambidextrous

    • jackie says:

      My mother and three sisters are left handed and my father and brother are right handed. So going to school being taught penmanship you had to turn the paper for a righty and whenever i would slant mine to my left the teacher would come and turn it back. Fortunately my mother would show me that my way was right for me and during a parent/teacher conference my mother convinced my teacher that i wasn’t doing it “wrong” but the way that was right for me. So my mother thank God for her would show me sewing, writing, etc. “our” way and i did it like that in spite of what the teachers told me showing THEM that just because i didn’t do things the way she showed everyone… MOTHER showed me the way that was “right” for me. It was extremely frustrating and for a while there i was made to feel like i was stupid. I am completely left SIDED! I often joke that if didn’t have a right side i wouldn’t miss it! LOL!

  4. andrew gaturi says:

    Am leftie and i really like it coz am unipue.

  5. Thylias Moss says:

    Love these posters; have already posted them on my Fb page! –thaank you for the posters!

  6. Jim Story says:

    Happy Left-Handed day to all of you lucky lefties. Just remember that one of these days us 11% will rule the world. When that happens lets see how righties make out using all left-handed tools and utensils. Pay-backs are hell… Left handed forever….

  7. Virginia Greeley says:

    I started to take the quiz on handedness, but became frustrated. I HAVE to use my right eye because my left eye had to be removed! Ialso HAVE to use my right ear because of my pacemaker. I used to use my left ear all the time.

  8. tanya says:

    I am left-handed and at times its rather difficult , but I think its my blessing because I am a clever person.

  9. Dephrose Mnyasa says:

    I love those posters! And yes, it’s a left-handed thing, the right-handed ones wouldn’t understand no matter how hard we try to make them understand!!

  10. Richard Lindelof says:

    Great posters and I will use a Lefty Profile picture on Lefties
    day. I find it funny though that the instructions say “right click to save”. Being a lefty, I have my computer set up so I “left click to save”. It’s easy to do. Just another way to change the Righty World to my way of thinking!

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