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Signing Time! Volume 4: Family, Feelings and Fun (2004)

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Join Alex, Leah, their frog Hopkins, and Signing Time's Rachel Coleman for more signing fun! Family, Feelings & Fun teaches ASL signs for family members, feelings, and things outside.

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Join Alex, Leah, their frog Hopkins, and Signing Time's Rachel Coleman for more signing fun! Family, Feelings & Fun teaches ASL signs for family members, feelings, and things outside.

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Wonderful Communication Tool for ALL Children!
3 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent video, warm and engaging and full of fun for children of all ages. Not only is it entertaining, it is also educational! Imagine my delight when my non-verbal 10 month old nephew could bypass the usual temper tantrum in favor of a simple, easy-to-understand sign! Add to that my speech delayed, potentially deaf daughter who could prove to the world she was NOT brain damaged by communicating wonderfully in a recognized language before she was 2! The kids love this video and have soaked up the signs taught. They are able to communicate with each other, with their parents, and with other children who use sign language. The story behind the videos, shared by the creator at the end, is a wonderful testimony to the strength of the human spirit. Please check out this video, as well as the others in the series, if you want to teach your children to communicate with you even when words fail them!


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