Item description for Sign2me Early Learning Flash Cards: Family, Clothing & Toileting Pack: Beginner Series (Incl. ASL + English + Spanish) by Sign2me & Sign2me Early Learning/Northlight Commun...
The Sign2Me? Flash Cards are designed to make it fun for everyone to expand their signing vocabulary. The front of each card displays a colorful illustration while the reverse side teaches users how to make the associated sign. Each card contains the ASL illustration for the sign along with the English and Spanish words and phonetic pronunciations giving the user the three most popular languages used in the United States. Each pack includes 28 colorful cards with a tri-fold brochure that contains instructions as well as illustrations of the main hand shapes used in making the ASL signs. Each pack comes in a heavy duty cardboard box that acts as a storage device. The Family/Clothing & Toileting pack contains signs like: Brother, Sister, Grandma, Grandpa, Diaper, Shirt, Shoes and Toilet.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 4.25" Height: 5.5" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Dec 15, 2005
Publisher Sign2Me/Northlight Communications, Inc.
ISBN 1932354077 ISBN13 9781932354072
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Sign2Me - ASL Flashcards: Beginners Series - Family/Clothing/Toileting (Incl. ASL + English + Spanish)?
cards Jul 5, 2008
The cards are very nice and easy to understand. The only drawback is that they smell like some type of ink that does not go away and I am not sure if I want my infant to play with them. Overall, they are useful.
Very good May 15, 2007
I use the flashcards with my baby who is 11 months old. We both like them: they are a good baby-book size with nice, simple, colorful pictures. The cards can be wiped off but are a bit thin for baby's hands - he likes to fold and bend them. On the back side one can see how the hand sign is done, which helps me, and my baby also likes to study this. What I don't like so much is how the cards are grouped by topics in each box and that one cannot tell when ordering online which exact words are inside. I found, for example, that in none of the three boxes I bought, there were verbs such as "eat" or "drink" which are words usually taught early to hearing babies. There is only a small number of flash cards in each box that we actually use. I would have prefered to buy one box with cards geared towards hearing babies that includes the most commonly used signs, instead of purchasing three boxes and only use 5 words from each one. For me it was worth spending the money, though, because those few cards we use every day and enjoy it.