It's easy to learn the ABC's in sign when using these bright and vibrant illustrations within the book. They are easy to read, teach and share. The book has the letter and sign side-by-side on a double-page spread.
Why start with the ABC's? The letters of the alphabet often indicate the beginning of a word and are fundamental to learning sign language vocabulary.
For example, we’ll say in the description of how to sign a word:
"C" hands for Car, "T" hands for Truck. “J” hand for January, “M” hand for March.
The 8.5” X 8.5” paperback book has large, bright letters and signed letters on a double page spread. They are easy to read when sitting side-by-side or when sharing with a class.
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