Item description for Signing Time! Board Book Vol. 3: Every Day Signs (Two Little Hands) (Signing Time! (Two Little Hands)) by Rachel de Azevedo Coleman; Emilie de Azevedo Brown...
From the producers of the acclaimed video and public television series, Signing Time! comes the sturdy, beautifully illustrated children's board book Signing Time: Every Day Signs.
Developed to reinforce all the signs taught in Signing Time DVD Volume 3: Everyday Signs (available on DVD and VHS), but can also be used on its own.
Beautiful photographs, illustrations, and simple sign descriptions will keep you and your little one entertained as you continue to build your ASL vocabulary and develop word recognition through this easy-to-use format. Spot Hopkins throughout the book!
30 pages total. Printed on sturdy Duplex board with rounded corners and glossy lamination throughout. Dimensions: 6 1/4' Wide x 8' Tall x 1' Thick.
ASL Signs included are: Hungry, Apple, Cookie, Cereal, Banana, Bread, Cheese, Cracker, Ice cream, Candy, Help, Full, Hot, Cold, Wet, Dry, Like, Don't Like, Day, Sun, Night, Moon, Stars, Happy, Laugh, Sad, Cry, Boy, and Girl.
Parents, preschool teachers, early education specialists, speech-language pathologists, and pediatricians everywhere recommend Signing Time as the best sign language series for young children. Signing Time makes ASL fun for everyone!
The Signing Time board book series is specifically designed to be read in any order and does not require you to have read previous versions to be able to begin learning new signs. Sign language opens up a world of communication for pre-verbal infants, toddlers, and children with special needs - all of whom may be able to hear, but may not yet be able to communicate with speech.
SigningTime.com is the leading resource for parents looking to teach their babies and children American Sign Language. It features summaries of the latest research into the benefits of signing with hearing children, downloadable signing activity guides, parent's guides, discussion forums, coloring books and more!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Two Little Hands Productions
ISBN 1933543027 ISBN13 9781933543024 UPC 823860000467
Availability 0 units.
More About Rachel de Azevedo Coleman; Emilie de Azevedo Brown
Reviews - What do customers think about Signing Time! Board Book Vol. 3: Every Day Signs (Two Little Hands) (Signing Time! (Two Little Hands))?
great value for anyone learning signs Jun 1, 2008
My son loves this book. he watches Signing Times and then when this book came, he hugged it. He knows Rachael, Alex and Leah from the tv show. It is a board book and so he is not able to tear the pages off. Sometimes I catch him (16 months old) reading the book himself and doing the signs. The pictures and words are colorful and big. I can see him using this book for a long time.
perfect Aug 27, 2007
These sign time books are just what I was looking for to introduce sign language to my preschoolers. I like that they are board books so I can leave them out for the children to look at on their own after seeing them during circle time.
Useful and User-Friendly Jan 12, 2007
I purchased this book along with "My First Signs" and think both books are great. "Everyday Signs" contains the signs for 29 words (including hungry, apple, banana, cookie, like, don't like, etc.) I got these books so I could learn the signs and teach them to my six month old twins. This book is so colorful and user-friendly that my three year old throroughly enjoys looking at the pages and is now helping to teach the babies some of his favorite signs. These books have definitely been fun for my entire family and I will be giving them as baby shower gifts in the future!
A fun book for beginning signers. Jul 8, 2006
We absolutely loved the "Signing Time" DVDs, so this seemed like a really good reinforcement for our toddler. The one draw-back to the DVDs was the "cartoony" backgrounds they put the actual children that are signing into. It, to me, is similar to having your child's picture taken at a professional studio with a cartoon or an illustrated holiday background.
With the board book, we found this to be the case as well. The pictures of the children signing were pretty good--considering that you saw a still pose of the sign. But the cartoon frog "Hopkins" and other "cutesy" pictures distracts from the book a bit.
Having said that, the signs are really good, and they are relevant things to a child's life--so the signs are some that you will be able to use immediately. Some people could possibly find it difficult to learn the signs without the DVDs, but that would be the case with ANY board book, or any book in general, really. I would say that, minus the cutesy little illustrations, this would be a better choice than some of the board books with only illustrations, since in the past with all five of our children, they have always been drawn to real life pictures as opposed to illustrations. Something similar on this vein would be "First Signs (Early Sign Language)" by Stanley Collins, and others, that show real photos that children can identify with.
My kids love these books! May 30, 2006
These books are the perfect companion for the Signing Time DVDs. My 2-year-old twins love to pick up and read these books. My 2 and 3-year-old nephews also love to read these books. There is the picture, the sign, and the word for the concepts on the DVDs. I have no doubt that these books will help my children as they learn to read words without pictures by them.