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Signing Time ASL – Sign Language (App)

By ASL Activities, Kids, Learn ASL

Why teach your baby sign language?
-Helps babies communicate before talking
-Reduces frustration and tantrums
-Increases bonding and connection
-Early communication can help keep them safe
-Opens a window to your child’s heart and mind
-Teaches a second language (American Sign Language)

The whole family will benefit from learning to sign. It’s fun and educational.

58+ videos that teach ASL! New content is added regularly.

There are many benefits of using signs with children – from as young as preverbal infants, to those in early elementary, all the way to adult students who struggle with reading or those who are learning a new language. Start learning today!

The app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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Baby Sign and Sing (App)

By ASL Activities, Kids, Learn ASL, Literature

Your baby or toddler will love signing along with the adorable Baby Sign and Learn animated characters in the Baby Sign and Sing nursery rhymes app.

What’s included:
Ten animated nursery rhymes including The Alphabet Song, If You’re Happy and You Know It, Itsy Bitsy Spider, Jack and Jill, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Old MacDonald’s Farm, Row, Row, Row Your Boat, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, I Love Learning Baby Sign and Wheels on the Bus.

App Features
The app is divided into three sections: Explore Signs, Play Song, and Watch Tutorial. This makes it entertaining for your child and useful for adults, as all signs are explained and used in context.

Play Song: is the main attraction with the cute animated characters singing the nursery rhymes and signing the ASL keyword signs.

Explore Signs: is an interactive play-pad that allows your child to touch different parts of the screen to see the character sign key-words associated with the nursery rhyme.

Watch Tutorial: one of our friendly presenters explains the signs used in the rhyme and provides some tips and tricks on how to perform the signs.

Available on the Apple Store and Google Play Store.

Apple Store

Google Play Store

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Baby Sign and Learn (App)

By ASL Activities, Kids, Learn ASL, Literature

Enjoy teaching your baby sign language with the help of this adorable animated baby sign language dictionary.

One of the most fundamental human desires is to be understood – help your baby communicate by teaching her baby sign language. The adorable Baby Sign and Learn animated characters make learning to sign with your baby or toddler so much fun!

Baby Sign and Learn includes cute animated video demonstrations that will captivate your child. Practice by playing the fun interactive quiz.

Available on the Apple Store and Google Play Store.

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Baby Sign Animal Fun Time (App)

By ASL Activities, Kids, Learn ASL

If your child loves animals and baby signing then they will love this adorable interactive app. This baby signing app takes cuteness to a whole new level!
What’s included:
Three fun and interactive activities:
1. Play with the animals in the interactive dictionary.
2. Sing and sign with the animals in the musical zoo.
3. Have fun in the animal habitats.
Interactive activities:
1. Animal Dictionary
For each animal, the animated baby (Molly) will demonstrate the animal sign while the cute interactive animals entertain you.
2. Musical Zoo
Sing, sign, and dance along with Molly as she sings her way through the zoo.
3. The Animal Habitats
Have fun interacting with the monkeys, penguins, dogs, and fish as they go about their business.
Available for Apple.

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V2L Storybook Apps

By App (Literature), ASL Activities, Kids, Learn ASL, Literature No Comments

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The VL2 Storybook Apps has a list of different apps which are in both ASL and English.

Every child loves and deserves a great story. Great stories invite children into our vast world, encouraging new ways to imagine and then leading them down the path to reading and learning. These award-winning VL2 Storybook Apps are designed based on research on visual learning and bilingualism. The apps support literacy development in deaf children. Explore and discover this collection of great stories.  There are storybook apps in ASL/English as well as in other languages.


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ASL Literacy Activities

By ASL Activities, Deaf Books, Kids, Learn ASL, Literature, Website (literature)

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This is a free resource provided by Gallaudet University’s Motion Light Lab. Motion Light Lab is a space where creative literature intersects with digital technology to create immersive learning experiences. Motion Light Lab is part of the National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning.

In light of COVID-19, we are staying home and figuring out resources for our children. Here, they are putting together activities, ideas, videos to support your child’s learning at home. A major focus of their activities will be based off on their award-winning VL2 Storybook Apps. They are making our apps available for free, at specific times. Please keep checking in for updates.