Some Quick finds on a few posts we wrote about Sign Language, how to use it, and why.
* Why Sign Language will work for you and your children
* What's the Difference between ASL and Baby Sign?
* My toddler talks now, Why Should I still Sign?
* What is Sign Language? The Basics
* L is for Learn. 5 Quick Ways to Learn Sign Language!
Feel free to share any games you play with your kids using ASL. We'll add them to the list!
1. Check out this fun interactive way to learn the alphabet in sign. :) http://babysignlanguageexpert.com/2011/09/28/asl-abc-memory-game/
2. Reading Books
- Find repetitive books (e.g. Brown Bear, Brown Bear). Pick a few words and only sign those words. Don't worry about going crazy about signing the whole book.
- Point out pictures of words/signs you know - sign those words, ask 'what's that?!'
3. Check out our Middle School age game suggestions here.
4. Check out our Valentine's Day sign language packet with flash cards for a memory game. (click here!)
5. We created a great St Patty's sign language flash cards for Go Fish, Memory, Old Maid and more! (click here)