Yesterday I visited Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind with a couple of my classmates. We toured the huge campus, spoke to the campus OTs and got to watch the student dance troupe perform and even got pulled up on stage to dance with them (I kept signing that I can’t dance but they didn’t care 😂)
It was such an awesome experience and getting to see how the school serves so many students from across the entire state (they have dorms for the students to stay during the week) was so special.
A few of my classmates and I have been inquiring about ASL classes that we can take on their campus so we’re hoping that they have one available soon!
If not, I’ve been making plans to start a little “ASL Club” for me and my classmates, where we can learn vocabulary and practice signing with each other!
Also, who remembers ‘Sign Language Saturday’? 😂😅 I was pretty ambitious when I started this insta... But I want to start including more sign in my posts and on my stories! Let me know if y’all would be interested in that!
A reminder that registration is now OPEN for our Spring classes beginning in March. ☀️ We are so excited for Number Signs, What is Your Baby Thinking? and our Preschool #signandplay. Click the link in our profile to register today! 💙
Whatever your passions are, your dreams are, and your goals are be sure to submit them to the Father. Allow Him to direct your steps and be obedience to His call. It’s may not be easy, but it’ll sure be worth it. Happy Saturday Y’all. -Brandon
Our baby sign language has a new date for all those that wanted last sessions enrollment but unfortunately it sold out much too fast. Spots are moving fast as well this time.
My Smart Hands: Baby Sign Language Classes
March 29- May 10, 2019 (Fridays, 6 classes *Please note: There will be no class on April 19th for Easter) 3:00-3:45pm hurry!! sell out fast! $130.00 + $25 materials = $155.00 Imagine communicating with your baby before he or she can even speak! Baby sign language reduces frustration, accelerates verbal development and strengthens cognitive skills. It also enhances child-parent bonding through time spent teaching signs to your baby.
With My Smart Hands™, we offer classes and workshops based on the use of 100% ASL signs. We will give you the skills and knowledge you will nee1d to communicate with your preverbal, hearing baby. So come and take a class with My Smart Hands™ and learn how to sign with your baby!
Go to www.jillandthebeanstalk.ca to enroll you are never to young to enroll a little one or too old around a year is perfect as well. You need to learn the words needed to teach your babe pre-verbal to help avoid tantrums that are heading your way, lol
Excuse my non-pastry post but... Today I officially completed basic Sign Language!😍 Our teacher taught us SEE or Sign Exact English. As a hearing person, I believe this is an easier way for me to learn Sign Language compared to ASL because of the grammar constructions.
I’m so proud of this accomplishment! 😍 Hopefully, soon I will be fluent in Sign Language!❤️
A YouTube video titled "Amazing! Orangutan asks girl for help in sign language" was released in 2013. It was a campaing in which Sign Language helps to give a voice to the orangutans who are endangering their survival due to the use of palm oil used in the food industry.
The campaign was launched by the NGO Rainforest Action Network whose mission is to campaign for forests, their people, and ecosystems through consumer education and non-violent direct action. Open YouTube and search the video as: Orangutan asks girl for help in sign language
🐾🐾Banjo in foster🐾🐾 No stopping this boy surgery or no surgery ..... Love getting updates on this tornado never a dull moment
Banjo is recovering amazingly you wouldn't even know he's had anything done the way he tornados around, his foster mummy has said his breathing sounds much better & he was very brave yesterday having 1 of the stitches taken out,foster mummy took him to the drive through as a treat 🤦♀️ I'll say no more on that 😉🤣🍔🍟 He's also calming down & learning when his foster siblings are having down time he needs to relax with them,there's plenty of time for running around having fun
Hujung minggu yg berfaedah.
Belajar skill asas bahasa isyarat sgt seronok! Boleh lah lepas ni sembang sikit-sikit dgn orang pekak, sekurangnya tidak lah kita singgung perasaan mereka jika kita tak faham apa yg mereka sampaikan.
Bukan senang nak hafal setiap huruf dan nombor. Sesuatu yg baru dan menarik untuk kita belajar dan dedahkan diri kita dgn sesuatu yg baru dan bermanfaat.
Kelas Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia. .
Alhamdulillah, awal pagi sebentar tadi ambil masa ke kelas bahasa isyarat di Plpp Bangi.
Pertama kali menyertai, dengan hasrat untuk mempelajari bahasa isyarat.
Kelas diajar oleh Tuan Mohd Armi Rusli, Tutor Bahasa Isyarat. .
Apa saya pelajari di dalam kelas ini kali ini, huruf, nombor dan cara memperkenalkan diri menggunakan bahasa isyarat.
Saya boleh faham dan ingat, cuma perlukan latihan lagi untuk mahir dengan menggunakan tangan, untuk bahasa isyarat. .
Ps: Dengan pengalaman baru, membuka peluang baru.
Dengan ini akan selitkan beberapa sign language didalam komik2 akan datang.
Terima kasih Tuan Armi.
Nak ke kelas bahasa Isyarat lagi kelak.
Joined a sign language class today with SIGNON.
Learned a lot of new things.
It is not easy to memorise all the alphabets, number & words in sign language.
Definitely will be joining the next class if I get the opportunity.
& I'll try to do a simple video of what we've learned today.