Sign language has always been interesting to me, I know a little bit but not very much. Two Little Hands as released a great award-winning collection of educational videos. Learn sign language with Signing Time on Demand in digital format for children. They use a desktop app other than streaming videos, so you don’t need to be online to view the videos. These digital videos can be shared with your iPad or iPhone as well.
This wonderful award-winning collection came from an inspired mother that wanted to created a community that was able to communicate with her deaf daughter. There is an inspiring story behind this amazing program. Rachel and Aaron Coleman wondered how their baby was able to sleep through the notice of Rachel’s band practice. Only 14 months old baby Leah was deaf. Rachel stepped away from her band life and began sign language. She and her husband began teaching American Sign Language to Leah. By 18 months old baby Leah surpassed the spoken vocabulary of children her same age.
A few years later the couples second daughter was born with cerebral palsy. Something we understand in our household. Many of you know Shawn and I have an 12-year-old son also diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The story behind this amazing award-winning video is heartwarming. Rather than feeling sorry for their children, Rachel and Aaron stepped up to the plate and took control so they were able to offer their children the best life possible.
This is not only an award-winning collection, but an amazing heartwarming collection. Our 12-year-old son, is able to speak not as well as the rest of the children. Basically one word answers, he responded the best to this program. It was fun! Our son, Bud doesn’t enjoy the whole learning environment unless its fun, can’t blame him we all love fun! Him and my 2-year-old daughter had a blast with the program and to my surprise picked it up quickly.
They are very interested in the characters in the movies and the other babies practicing sign language. I would much rather my children learn and watch something educational than some of the outrages cartoons on television. I honestly wish I would have started this program earlier, with all my children.
This is a wonderful program and I plan on continuing it with my children. It’s teaching not only my children the wonders of sign language but mom and dad as well. Something that is valuable for them and us. I am very excited to continue to work with our son, he has really caught on to sign language well. I wish we would have thought about this sooner, he is able to speak but I think this will give him an alternative way to express himself.