Signing Time Classroom Edition

Signing Time Classroom Edition (823860002003)

5.00 stars, based on 3 reviews
Each unit is organized around a dozen or more signs and contains fun activities for sign language practice. The DVDs in this program consist of previously released material from our best-loved, award-winning Signing Time series, edited to deliver...
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Wow this is Great, outstanding and wow wow wow. thank you for all the time you put into it. i cant wait to get started!

Everything in one binder

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I have really enjoyed the Signing Time Classroom edition! In one binder there is everything needed to properly teach a classroom of children sign language. The way the binder is organized makes it so much easier for a teacher to incorporate their theme into signs. When a classroom is being introduced to signs for the first time, the teacher can start with simple signs about school and whats in the classroom. The children can learn everything from the alphabet to counting, family and feelings to seasons and outside fun. Right in the binder are games, flash cards, including songs and poems. My favorite part of the videos were Rachel's tips on how to break down the signs so we can remember each sign. I had learned so much more from her tips. The cd's are great for singing along with Rachel and practicing the signs they learned. My 2 yr old son, Grayson, really enjoyed the classroom edition. I loved it! Great job Signing Time for another great product!

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I purchased the Signing Time classroom kit after our student who was deaf moved and his interpreter was reassigned to another school. My kindergartners love to sign! We watch the DVDs, sing the songs on the CDs while signing, then I send home the flash cards so that they can teach their family the new signs they have been working on in class. Their parents are amazed! I have found that teaching with Signing Time addresses the different learning styles (auditory, kinesthetic and visual). Signing Time is amazing- is there a Classroom Edition 2 in the works???

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