When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

British sign language

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for British sign language. Get inspired and try out new things.
American Sign Language Finger Spelled Names. Great for any class!

We have one classroom in our program that accommodates the deaf students who attend. One of my good friends is the teacher in that class so we get the kids together often for fun activities. I think it's important to try to teach my kids some sign language so they can try to communicate with the others kids when they are together. My friend does "Sign Time" with a few of the classes during the year and last year it was even an elective the kids could sign up for. Today we learned how to…

This is a great resource to have in the class because it is representative and educational. You do not need to have a deaf student in the class to have this, as it reinforces acceptance and understanding. #inclusive

Available in two sizes, poster features American Sign Language (ASL) hand-shapes for all 26 letters of the alphabet as well as the sign for "I Love You" in bright, bold colors. Simply peel and stick over and over as you like! Printed with eco-friendly ink on non-toxic, safe, biodegradable, rip & wrinkle resistant material so you can easily peel off and re-position or reapply to a variety of surfaces without leaving any sticky residue behind. Great for instructors who teach in different…

How to Fingerspell the Alphabet in American Sign Language -- via wikiHow.com

American Sign Language uses one-handed signals to form the letters in the alphabet. It's easy to learn and useful to know. You can use fingerspelling to spell out words that you don't know the sign for yet. Take it slow and practice one...

MAKATON - sign language

M., who I met on the facebook, in connection with MEC, advised me to have a look at the MAKATON signs that she uses with her daughter to connect the two languages. No matter which language you use, use the same sign for the same thing, so the child can learn to connect the meaning. You can make up your own signs as well, or do a signing course in Hungarian. I don't want to recommend any courses as we didn't take them. Just google it: baby sign language course Budapest. Here are some…