Signing Resources and Ideas
Our first experience with using the manual alphabet with spelling was when our oldest daughter was in second grade. Her teacher was fluent in ASL and he would use signs in the classroom to enrich his teaching. Each week he
Keep Young Minds Actively Learning all Summer Enjoy the following fun, educational programs together as a family. Summer of Science Summer of Signing Summer Signing Activities Where Is Hopkins?
We’re thrilled to provide so many free resources that will help you incorporate sign language in your daily life. Thank you for signing with us! White Paper: Signing with Babies and Children A comprehensive summary of the academic research
How to make your Feelings Flip Book Print and cut out Feelings Flip-Book pages. Cut card stock in half to make your flip book pages. Pick a flash card, learn the sign. Draw or find a picture that shows the feeling of the sign. Glue the picture and
Are you ready to take your signing to the next level? With Baby Signing Time and Signing Time you learn more than 1,000 signs. Now with Signing Time Sentences, you’ll learn how to put those signs together to start having conversations in American