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Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom, Grades PK - K: Enrich Language and Literacy Skills of Young Hearing Children, Children with Special Needs, and English Language Learners ePub download

by Sherrill B. Flora M.S.

  • Author: Sherrill B. Flora M.S.
  • ISBN: 193305249X
  • ISBN13: 978-1933052496
  • ePub: 1742 kb | FB2: 1738 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Key Education Publishing (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 64
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 435
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Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom, Grades PK - K: Enrich Language and Literacy Skills of Young Hearing Children, Children with Special Needs, and English Language Learners ePub download

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Sherrill B. Flora‏18 במאי 2010. Key Education Publishing.

170 reproducible sign illustrations and 15 phrases with written directions. 15 chapters featuring early childhood themes such as pets, family, weather, colors, manners and more. Supports NCTE and NAEYC standards. Soft cover, 64 pages, by Sherrill B.

Because environmental print plays such a fundamental and critical role in the acquisition of literacy skills, a child's ability to recognise signs and symbols can serve as an indicator of literacy development.

Over 170 sign illustrations and 15 phrases with written direction are included on common childhood themes, including colors, family, weather and more.

This course for parents and practitioners will explore how young children learn English and investigate many more aspects of early childhood learning and development.

Join course for free. This course for parents and practitioners will explore how young children learn English and investigate many more aspects of early childhood learning and development.

Help students improve verbal communication, visual discrimination, spatial memory, early reading skills, and more

Help students improve verbal communication, visual discrimination, spatial memory, early reading skills, and more.

2 The children most at-risk for reading difficulties in the primary grades are .

2 The children most at-risk for reading difficulties in the primary grades are those who began school with less verbal skills, less phonological awareness, less letter knowledge, and less familiarity with the basic purposes and mechanisms of reading (Burns, Griffin, and Snow, 1999, . 5).

Enrich language and literacy skills with special-education students and/or English Language Learners in pre-kindergarten–kindergarten using Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom! This 64-page book helps students improve verbal communication, visual discrimination, spatial memory, and early reading skills. The multi-sensory approach helps all students (with and without special needs) improve language and literacy skills. This book does not require previous experience with American Sign Language, and it includes teaching suggestions, games, activities, songs, rhymes, literature recommendations, and reproducible sign language cards. The book supports NCTE and NAEYC standards. Key Education products are intended to engage and educate young and special learners, as well as assist teachers in building a strong and developmentally appropriate curriculum for these children. The product line―comprised of teacher/parent resource books, photographic learning cards, and other activity- and game-oriented materials―is designed to assist in “Unlocking the Potential in Every Child.”
zmejka
I have used this book for many years - as both an after-school care giver and then again when I was certified in Special Education. This book helps with simple signs which smaller hands are able to do with minimal coordination skills. Every one of the signs learned has an application toward true American Sign Language as well if desired, but this book easily helps children with communication development problems or even delayed speech. I even used this book with my own twin sisters and taught my mother to help her - both were developmentally disabled and had delayed speech. They were both able to accurately communicate with us their major intentions by 2 and a half years old. Words came shortly thereafter, but the signs were a big confidence booster for them. In the classroom, it helps with kinesthetic and visual learners - who catch on much quickly when hand signals are added. If you like this book, check out Sing, Sign and Learn as well! Hand signals to your favorite songs and nursery rhymes and daily activities at home and at school. All a wonderful and fun learning tool for kids and adults alike!!!
Kale
Very nice
Doukree
Not a consumable as long as you own it, one can make multiple copies of signs. Great activities and suggestions that can be modified for different age levels/abilities.
Freighton
I really love this teaching resource! It has the signs divided into groups and gives plenty of activities to help the children learn and remember. Some of the signs, such as “what,” are a bit outdated, but other than that I can’t complain.
Quendant
fun to learn
Alsath
We love this book! It is a great beginning sign language book for young children. It has several pages of card-size illustrations with words and descriptions of how to do the sign. They are easy to copy and cut out for bulletin board and/or child's personal dictionary or to create sign cards. The drawings are black and white, clear, with a diversity of children, and very appealing to a young child. The chapters are thematic with lesson ideas. My daughter loves the book. I only wish there was more! My little one is learning sign to communicate and this book has been wonderful to engage her.
Road.to sliver
Great!!
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