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The purpose:This study aimed toevaluate the effect of school furniture on the head and scapulae postures of school age children. Methodology: Two hundred normal subjects from both sexes participated in this study. Their age ranged from 7-9 years old. Recorded photographs analyzed by AutoCADprogram for posture assessment, user furniture and school furniture (desk and bench) dimensions were measured. Each furniture dimensions was tested according to ergonomics principles. Results:The results for this study showed that there was a mismatch between body dimensions of the subjects who participated in this study and the school furniture available for them. It also confirmed significant effects of the furniture dimensions on the head and scapulae posture variables.Conclusion: From the obtained results of this study, it could be concluded that there was significantimpacts of school furniture on the head and scapulae postures of these subjects.