Homeschool Memoirs Something New




This year we are all learning sign language together. We are having a wonderful time. I am using  A Word in the Hand by Jane Kitterman and S. Harold Collins.  ( Book One and Two). Each book covers 15 weeks. Each week is a theme such as color, people, school, ect. The directions are very clear and easy to follow. The vocabulary pictures are easy to learn from.


A Word in the Hand Book 2: An Introduction to Sign Language (Sign Language Materials)


  1. We have done a little bit with sign language. It is actually very interesting to learn. I hope you all have fun with it.

  2. It is www.livemocha.com

    I was going to send you an invite through email but I couldn't find an email contact spot anywhere. You will really like this program!

  3. That is soooooo great you all are doing this. I took 3 out of 9 levels in collage to get the pre rec's for the American Sign Language Interperter program. I ended not going into it for certain reasons. I will tell when I can type better. Too tired. lol

    Blessings in Him<><


  4. I'm taking ASL in college this semester. Vocab. is easy but sentence structure is very hard. I'm just now starting to see light at the end of the tunnel there.



  5. I will be adding this resource to my ever growing list! I tried to do a bit with my ds1 when he was younger, but gave up after much frustration in finding books.


  6. Sign language has been something I have been interested in for many years. I do know some SL, but not alot.

    We tried to learn French a couple years ago, but with the Littles, it was too hard! haha!

    Have a great time learning all the languages!

    Miss Amanda



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