Daily we receive mail, emails, and social media messages containing stories and testimonials. We love hearing the difference that early communication is making for families around the world. Many parents share that by learning to communicate earlier, the “terrible twos”
We are committed to making American Sign Language (ASL) available and accessible to all children. With this in mind, we have created several free resources to help parents, teachers, and professionals get the most out of our Signing Time products.
Create, Learn, and Play! It is important for children to recognize and understand feelings. Our curriculum includes ways to express feelings, and can be found in Preschool and Child Care Program Volume 4, Unit 3 – Can you Feel It?;
It’s Tuesday… here’s your sign of the week! This Week’s Featured Sign: Hurt Watch the Video (Click the Image Below to Play) Free QuickTime Player required [powerpress url=”http://359d6a6391b8c244d1d1-bd1f407c1e8743cc7c885af7afe617dd.r85.cf1.rackcdn.com/hurt.mp4″ image=”http://c0445781.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/signoftheweek/signoftheweeklogo.jpg”] Download the Flashcard (click on the image. The file contains a
Have you ever wondered, “Why isn’t my baby signing back to me yet?” Me too. When I first started signing with my daughter (at 7 months old) I had no prior knowledge of ASL or experience signing with babies. Teaching