Signing Resources and Ideas
What would it look like if all the students in your school used signs to enhance learning? What would a typical day in class look like? What would the teachers think? How would parents react? How would it affect bilingual
It’s Tuesday… here’s your sign of the week! SHOES Watch the Video (Click the Image Below to Play) Free QuickTime Player required [powerpress url=”http://c0445781.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/signoftheweek/V113RachelTeachesShoes.m4v” image=”http://c0445781.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/signoftheweek/signoftheweeklogo.jpg”] Download the Flashcard (click on the image. The file contains a few color and black-and-white
Signing can open up the world of communication for children with Down syndrome because research shows that it supports expressive language, functional communication, and social skills. We’ve written a 10-page ebook that will help you use sign language at home or school
Rachel & the TreeSchoolers Plants & Flowers DVD teaches all about how plants grow and what they need to live. Print these cards and play matching games to review what your child has learned: Flower Cards (8) What Plants Need (4) Parts
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