By Penny Warner
The ideal advisor to signing for everyone!
Never earlier than has studying to signal been so easy and loads enjoyable! even if you're a instructor or a mother or father, this vigorous self-guided booklet of yank signal Language (ASL) will quick develop into your kids' new favourite teacher!
Learn to signal the joys Way is going past the handbook alphabet and teaches the gorgeous language of sign—the United States' fourth such a lot pervasive language—in an easy, interactive layout. Signers-to-be will discover:
·Great video games to make studying ASL an exciting experience
·Activities for either the person and the school room
·Cool teams of indicators that attraction esspecially to children
·And a lot more!
Kids like to signal, even if or not it's to speak with a hearing-impaired person or as a "secret" language with their associates. With this illustrated booklet they'll fast and simply develop into signing superstars!
Inside are cool symptoms for children, together with:
·Alphabet and numbers
·Food and drinks
·Thoughts and feelings
·Silly and enjoyable symptoms
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