Skill Kit-Numbers 123
Similar to learning the alphabet, learning to count is an important milestone for young children. Intuitively children learn to count on their fingers and sign language gives them a structure for expressing numbers beyond counting on their fingers and toes.
In the Numbers 123 kit you'll find:
- Emma and Egor Learn to Sign Numbers 123 - a book with instructions for each sign
- 5 123 BINGO Cards
- 33 123 Flashcards with the sign on one side and the letter on the back
- 6 Matching Worksheets
- 2 vocabulary “cheat” sheets with the numbers 1-100.
- 7 Tips on Teaching Sign Language Mini-Poster
It’s also possible to add a set of playing cards (special order) to play games like Concentration, Old Maid and Go Fish
Learning how to sign numbers is simple at first. The numbers 1-5 are pretty straightforward, 6-10 a bit more difficult and 11-20 are more complex still. Once the basics are mastered, you can count to 100 or 1000 with little difficulty. Let's start with learning to sign 1-10.