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Signing Children’s Books: Corduroy

Signing Children’s Books: Corduroy

By John Miller  |  Friday, May 17, 2019

Corduroy by Don Freeman is a beloved classic. It is about a cute, little bear in a department store that so wants to find his forever home with a child. The book is discussed and paired with a pre-built Signing Savvy word list to help you get started with learning and signing the vocabulary in the book.
Signing Children’s Books: Little Brown

Signing Children’s Books: Little Brown

By John Miller  |  Friday, May 10, 2019

Little Brown by Marla Frazee is a delightful little story about dogs and their goofy behavior. The book is discussed and paired with a pre-built Signing Savvy word list to help you get started with learning and signing the vocabulary in the book.
Living Loud: Clayton Valli – ASL Linguist, Poet, Scholar, Teacher, and Author

Living Loud: Clayton Valli – ASL Linguist, Poet, Scholar, Teacher, and Author

By Marta Belsky  |  Sunday, May 5, 2019

Clayton Valli was an ASL Linguist, Poet, Scholar, Teacher, and Author. Read the article to learn more about the life and accomplishments of this amazing Deaf man.
Signing Children’s Books: Maisy’s Colors

Signing Children’s Books: Maisy’s Colors

By John Miller  |  Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Maisy’s Colors by Lucy Cousins is chunky book that is simple and filled with colors for little ones just beginning to learn about the world. The book is discussed and paired with a pre-built Signing Savvy word list to help you get started with learning and signing the vocabulary in the book.
Living Loud: Allen Snare – Deaf Pastor, Evangelist, and Missionary

Living Loud: Allen Snare – Deaf Pastor, Evangelist, and Missionary

By Brenda Cartwright  |  Sunday, April 14, 2019

Allen Snare was a Deaf Pastor, Evangelist, and Missionary. Read the article to learn more about the life and accomplishments of this amazing Deaf man.
Signing Children’s Books: Time For Bed

Signing Children’s Books: Time For Bed

By John Miller  |  Thursday, April 4, 2019

Time For Bed is a classic book by Mem Fox, with beautiful illustrations by Jane Dyer. It explores it's way through different pairs of baby and adult animals, showing them all getting ready to sleep. It is a great language tool to teach the names for baby animals and begin discussions about how they rest at night, just like we do. The book is discussed and paired with a pre-built Signing Savvy word list to help you get started with learning and signing the vocabulary in the book.
Signing Children’s Books: My Animals

Signing Children’s Books: My Animals

By John Miller  |  Friday, March 29, 2019

My Animals by Xavier Deneux is a very simple animal book. The entire book is in black and white. Research shows that an infant’s ability to see colors is not fully developed at birth, but rather matures between five and six months of age. The book is discussed and paired with a pre-built Signing Savvy word list to help you get started with learning and signing the vocabulary in the book.
Living Loud: Kitty O’Neil – The Fastest Woman in the World, Stuntwoman, and Racer

Living Loud: Kitty O’Neil – The Fastest Woman in the World, Stuntwoman, and Racer

By Marta Belsky  |  Sunday, March 24, 2019

Kitty O’Neil was the Fastest Woman in the World, Stuntwoman, and Racer. Read the article to learn more about the life and accomplishments of this amazing hard of hearing woman.
Interpreter 4-1-1: Your Interpreter Committee

Interpreter 4-1-1: Your Interpreter Committee

By Brenda Cartwright  |  Sunday, March 17, 2019

All of us have heard “little voices” in our head. There may be a voice when you do something you shouldn’t, when you receive praise or when you’re trying to stay motivated. It could be the voice of a parent, a coach, a teacher, a friend, or anyone. This chorus of voices is sometimes referred to as “The Committee” by interpreters.  It represents our minds talking to us while we’re working, playing and living life. Think about what you hear when you’re interpreting. Is your Committee nice? Are they supportive? Do any Committee members have a louder voice than the rest? Here are examples of possible Committee members...
Signing Children’s Books: Olivia

Signing Children’s Books: Olivia

By John Miller  |  Thursday, March 14, 2019

Olivia by Ian Falconer is a popular children’s book. It’s a New York Times #1 bestseller and it is an Caldecott Honor Book, one of the most prestigious American children’s book awards. This is a cute little tale of a young pig named Olivia. The book is discussed and paired with a pre-built Signing Savvy word list to help you get started with learning and signing the vocabulary in the book.