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by Michiyo Nelson

  • Author: Michiyo Nelson
  • ISBN: 0545056578
  • ISBN13: 978-0545056571
  • ePub: 1439 kb | FB2: 1676 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Education & Reference
  • Publisher: Cartwheel Books (June 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 810
  • Format: mobi mbr doc docx
Sign Language: My First 100 Words ePub download

My First 100 Words book. New York: Scholastic, 2008.

My First 100 Words book. Mar 24, 2011 Amanda rated it it was ok. Shelves: kid-s-books, took-back. I guess they'd be in the 2nd 100 words! .

by Scholastic (Author), Michiyo Nelson (Illustrator). My son will try the signs and then ask me if he is doing it correctly

by Scholastic (Author), Michiyo Nelson (Illustrator). My son will try the signs and then ask me if he is doing it correctly. It is educational but I was hoping for a bit of a storyline with it. Even a few words on each page. I am purchasing a few of these for Christmas gifts for my son's friends. 29 people found this helpful.

Michiyo Nelson; Scholastic.

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MICHIYO NELSON has illustrated several educational workbooks, and her work has also appeared on Nickelodeon

MICHIYO NELSON has illustrated several educational workbooks, and her work has also appeared on Nickelodeon. She lives in Columbus, Ohio.

100 beginner ASL signs. ASL has its own grammar, culture, history, terminology and other important aspects. But you have to start somewhere if you are going to get anywhere-so dive in and enjoy.

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A fresh new beginner's guide to American Sign Language--with a poster of the sign language alphabet!Featuring cool computer-generated illustrations and a simple kid-friendly design, this reference book for the youngest readers makes learning sign language fun and easy! Learn 100 basic signs for everyday use in helpful categories, such as Food, Colors, Animals, In the Classroom, and more! Also included are instructions on how to fingerspell the entire alphabet and numbers.For quick reference, this book also comes with a bonus full-size poster of the ASL alphabet--perfect for home or the classroom!
Lanadrta
I use to be a licensed sign language interpreter. My kids' friends keep asking me how to sign things and I am happy to tell them. So it was "secret reader day" at my son's kindergarten class and thought I would bring in a book where they could learn sign language. As I researched kid books with ASL, none of the reviews or descriptions really stated if they provided a story vs a reference guide. I bought this one and a few others and found that all the ones I purchased including this one provide a reference. If you are looking for a storybook with signs, this isn't for you. The references are good. Some may be hard to understand if you do not know sign language. My son will try the signs and then ask me if he is doing it correctly. It is educational but I was hoping for a bit of a storyline with it. Even a few words on each page. The best part about the book is that it provides a poster size alphabet reference guide.
I am purchasing a few of these for Christmas gifts for my son's friends.
Nilador
33 year old man. Got this for myself cause I always wanted to learn.

Easy to understand and retain and comes with ASL alphabet poster that I put up in living room for quick reference when building sentences.

Will get more thorough information on conversational ASL but this has been a very encouraging start
Freaky Hook
4 yr old thrilled with more words. I like everything except figures have huge heads but tiny hands, so difficult to see sign formation. Colorful & fun.
Ance
Very easy to understand. Just what I was looking for! Descriptions on how to sign was very easy to understand and makes learning signs so much better!
Lightseeker
This is a great book for kids, families, and teachers. I use this book to teach sign language to my preschool class and it's worked out great! Would def recommend and buy again. Nice illustrations and covers enough to get a great start!
Mustard Forgotten
Good book. The poster was ripped out in the back. But is was slightly used. My niece loves it.
August
Very nice! I am using this to help facilitate communication between a deaf student and other students in my school. Very nice first sign book.
My daughter loves this book, she is 6 years old, and it's very simple to learn as a child and an adult.
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