Handsigns: A Sign Language Alphabet

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Scholastic Incorporated, Jan 1, 1993 - American Sign Language - 36 pages
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One of only a few books that teaches children American Sign Language, Handsigns is an innovative way to learn the alphabet and a fascinating introduction to a colorful menagerie of animals.

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User Review  - ekrynen - LibraryThing

I'd love to teach my students how to sign the alphabet. They could present their knowledge to the whole school during one of our "share and learn" assemblies! Read full review

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User Review  - SweetBeeBecky - LibraryThing

I would not hesitate to classify this book as both an ABC book and an informational one. My daughters and young students love this book, as its simple hand drawings demonstrate how to form each of the ... Read full review


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