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SIGNING SAFARI: ALL ABOUT ME! DAILY LIFE AND FAMILY SIGNS

What to know: Emphasizes the beauty and accessibility of American Sign Language for parents and their children by highlighting 15 family life signs through upbeat original rhymes.
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Recommended age 1-5
28 minutes
DVD
SIGNING SAFARI
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A bit hit! "Yeah! It's really special. I like all the things they talked about with the signs, especially the doggie." "It's great. I like this movie." "My friends would like cuz it's great and I think they would want to learn about signs too." "I liked learning the signs." "I want to learn sign language. I liked the diaper change one. I liked the doggies having a bath." One two-year-old pointed excitedly to the twin brothers when they were hugging. Both two year olds moved closer to the TV once they started really watching it. The four and five-year-olds were doing the signs as they saw then. One five-year-old said, "That is true" when they said Grandpas teach you to fish. "Mama, I want a (signs bath)." After watching, everyone continued to do the signs they had just learned. Socks, sister, change, kitty and potty were popular.
Very engaging, well produced video which teaches what it sets out to do very well. A good variety of visual strategies are used, both with people in a studio and footage of the actual thing or activity we are learning to sign. Nicely paced and good length. It is simple. Takes things one at a time. Isn't too slow or too fast. Gives us a sign to learn, and reinforces it by showing the thing or activity. Great content. Keeps you engaged. Visuals are well shot and well edited. Different races, ages and genders are well represented. The time spent on each item is appropriate and gives audiences of all ages the opportunity to absorb the material. Uses a variety of strategies to get the lessons across. It ends a bit abruptly. Definitely leaves you wanting to learn more signs.
Emphasizes the beauty and accessibility of American Sign Language for parents and their children by highlighting 15 family life signs through upbeat original rhymes. Signs for potty, bath, grandmother and grandfather are included.
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