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Hand Signal Study Cards.doc

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Description: Hand signals formatted to be printed on business card stock.  Useful for reviewing hand signals while skating around the rink - or playing made up trading card games ["Professor Murder's double blades defeats Paul Bearer's karate chop!"]

I used Avery 5881 business card stock and Avery's 5881 template.
Keywords: hand signals  study cards 
Posted by: Bishop March 23, 2010, 09:21:53 pm

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January 11, 2011, 01:38:13 pm
Since I posted this file, I realized I might should be asking the WFTDA if they mind material from their official documents being used this way.  That's why I haven't updated the cards.  
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These are great, but probably should be updated with the new hand signals.
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I recommend these if you have a newer referee crew and you want them to learn the hand signals.  The cards were helpful for me because even though I know all the hand signals, I can't recall all of them from memory when quizing others.  The cards are convenient to carry in hand and review them with others while you're doing endurance drills, traveling to bouts, etc.  

For newer referees/leagues, I can't encourage you enough to learn the hand signals.  Hand signals help the players, coaches and the audience understand what's going on.  Also, if your announcers learn the hand signals, they'll be able to explain the action to the audience.  I'll post my "Hand signals for Announcers" cheat sheet in the next couple of weeks.
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