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Sign2Me - ASL Flashcards: Beginners Series - Quick Start Pack (Incl. ASL + English + Spanish) (American Sign Language Flashcards, Beginner) (Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Cards – December 15, 2005
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We still sign today (6yrs old) and it is also consider a second Language.
Here's an example of one of the games we enjoy playing. There are 5 flash card sets within the series. Each set has a different color for the box/cards. I have a soft dice with a different color on each side, and the colors coordinate with the colors on the flash cards. I lay the flash cards out on the floor in piles, all red in one pile, all blue in another, etc. The child (or mom helping the child) rolls the dice then chooses a card according to the color the dice landed on. We make the sign for that color, then we make the sign that's on that card. This color dice would be very easy to make, or just take a stack of index cards and with the different colors represented by the flash cards, use a crayon to make a 'color blob' on each card. Then have your child choose a card from the index card stack, followed by the coordinating flash card. Easy, fun, and great for teaching colors and signs. This is just one of many games you can use to have fun learning and practicing signs! Be creative and enjoy!
I hope it's ok to do this, but one mom expressed in her review that she wished she could have seen a list of cards that comes with each flash card set. So, here you go...
Quick Start Pack (green)
Apple, Baby, Banana, Bath, Book, Cheese, Cracker, Daddy, Down, Drink, Eat, Finished, Flower, Help, Juice, Milk, More, Mommy, Play, Please, Stop, Thank you, Tree, Up, Water, Where, Which, You
Actions and Opposites (purple)
Again, All Gone, Big, Cold, Cool, Dance, Fun, Go, Hide, Hot, Jump, Little, My, Off, On, Outside, Rain, Rainbow, Sit, Sleep, Snow, Stars, Sun, Swing, Throw, Wait, Warm, Wind
Family, Clothing, and Toileting (orange)
Aunt, Boy, Brother, Change, Clean, Coat, Cousin-f, Cousin-m, Diaper, Dirty, Dress, Dry, Friend, Girl, Good, Grandma, Grandpa, Hat, I Love You, Pants, Share, Shirt, Shoes, Sister, Socks, Toilet, Uncle, Wet
Objects and Emotions (blue)
Airplane, Angry, Ball, Bike, Boat, Bubbles, Bus, Car, Clouds, Cry, Cup, Happy, Hungry, Hurt, Light, Love, Moon, Pet, Pillow, Sad, Scared, Silly, Soap, Sorry, Surprise, Tired, Toes, Train
Animals and Colors (red)
Bee, Bird, Black, Blue, Brown, Cat, Color, Cow, Dog, Duck, Fish, Gray, Green, Hippo, Horse, Monkey, Mouse, Orange, Pink, Purple, Rabbit, Red, Snake, Squirrel, Tiger, White, Worm, Yellow
Hope this helps!