Have fun learning sign language; each chapter has a thorough teacher's guide with ways to get started teaching certain signs, childrens literature that can accompany the lesson, and a variety of activities to try. Reproducible cut-out cards illustrate each sign with pictures of children and arrows showing movement. Over 170 sign illustrations and 15 phrases with written direction are included on common childhood themes, including colors, family, weather and more. 64 reproducible pages, softcover, Grades PreK-K and is suitable for Special Needs and English Language Learners.
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Review 1 for Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom
Date:May 28, 2008
This is a great book for teaching sign language to early elementary children. I especially liked having reproducible pages to copy for the children to take home. The cut-out cards were great for using in a variety of ways -- copied on cardstock they were great for a variety of uses and games. I also liked the ideas for teaching each of the lessons. Although I didn't use them every tim, they were beneficial in giving me ideas to start with. I plan to reuse some of the materials again in a follow-up class as we review and build on what they learned in the previous class.