This video is of Dr. Bill Viscars teaching basic signs which include; signs for family, places, time, temperature, food, clothes, health, feelings, making requests, amounts (how much), colour, money, and animals.
Make communicating fun and easy with age-appropriate signs in categories like Animals (bird, dog, horse), People (daddy, mommy, we/us), Feelings (cry, happy, I love you), Play (ball, read, swim), Common Signs (please, school, share) and Clothes (diaper, pants, shoes).
Sold in sets of 50, these booklets are perfect to hand out to siblings, grandparents, teachers, or anyone who is interested in American Sign Language. You’ll be amazed by how quickly and effortlessly very young children pick up signed vocabulary!
Also included are the American Manual Alphabet and the numbers 1-10 in ASL.
Classic children’s stories with optional on screen sign language. Introduce your child to basic sign language with classic and beloved children’s books brought to life on DVD!
Grasping the ABCs of American Sign Language is child’s play when your little learner gets a hold of these educational blocks. Character-filled cubes are printed with easy-to-follow diagrams of alphabetic hand signs and embossed letter forms that can be traced by tiny fingers. Handcrafted in Michigan of basswood grown in the Great Lakes area and printed with non-toxic inks.
This amazing DVD will make communication easy for babies and youngsters trying to express feelings, thoughts and needs. Learning sign language before speech development will reduce frustration tremendously!
American Sign Language for Kids and Adults, Vol. 1-2 is now made as economical as possible for ASL interpreters, ASL teachers, families, young people and professionals to invest and to learn hundreds of vocabulary words along with idioms and phrases and grammar/sentence structures in American Sign Language.
This DVD is for kids to learn basic ASL. This DVD teaches signs of the alphabet, numbers, greetings, family, etc. It also gives insights into the Deaf community.
Here is a side-by-side comparision of some signs in ASL and NZSL with Benjamin Lewis.
Encourage expressive language, increase vocabulary and stimulate intellectual development in young children with these match-up puzzles.
Deaf and hearing people worldwide want to learn and enjoy American Sign Language – ASL. Our vision here at ASL Access is to promote public access to ASL.1. Show where to find ASL videos.2. Tell about ASL videos. 3. Make ASL videos!
In enchanting drawings by illustrator Michael Carter, a toddler signs 14 words that first appear in a child’s vocabulary: airplane, baby, bath, bed, dad, help, hot, hurt, mom, more, please, thank you, tired, and toilet. The signs are modelled on those used by fluent deaf signers.
These enchanting drawings by illustrator Michael Carter, demonstrate how to sign words related to getting dressed: diaper, shirt, pants, socks, shoes, glasses, skirt, shorts, dress, coat, hat, blanket, costume, and pyjamas. The signs are modelled on those used by fluent Deaf signers.
Dinner time is such a special family time for everyone, and what child can resist food or signs for food such as apple, banana, bread, cookie? This whimsically illustrated book demonstrates the ASL signs for common food related words such as: hungry, cereal, spoon, and cheese.
Children love being outside. This book allows you to teach your children basic words related to objects and the weather. Michael Carter has once again created whimsical drawings to demonstrate the signs for: grass, tree, sun, rain, flower, bug, dirt, rock, snow, wind, moon, stars, beach, and sand.
Want to learn American Sign Language? ASL Connect, a new website from GallaudetU, is available to anyone who wants to learn this in-demand language. It’s the first site ever to offer a full curriculum of ASL and Deaf Studies online, which could be taken for academic credit, transferable to universities across the country and internationally.
ASL Dictionary is $6.99 and has basic signs and phrases.
ASL Handshape Game Cards transform the process of learning sign language into playful activities. Even skilled signers will find challenges. Each game can be played with different numbered groups of cards to make the game more difficult as the skill level requires. Not limited to students, the ASL Handshape Game Cards appeal to signers of all ages. The Game Cards are also an excellent play-and-learn tool for Deaf children, their siblings, and friends. While exploring handshapes and the signs-and words-that can be formed with them, children enrich their appreciation of one of the basic elements of American Sign Language and add to their growing vocabulary.