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An interview with Cathi Bouton, owner of Visualize ASL Tell our readers what makes your ASL business/services different from the others they find online! There are a couple of things that make our products unique. They are interactive; after watching the sign, a choice needs to be made to determine the correct concept. This type […]Continue reading
Are you a visual learner? Most of us would say, “Yes!” Visualize ASL has created two interactive CD’s to use at home or in the classroom: Interactive Activities: Basic Vocabulary & Fingerspelling Interactive Activities: Memory Match Games My review: My husband and I both had the pleasure of reviewing the ASL CD’s. At first we […]Continue reading
Learn to Sign with Children who have Exceptional Needs:* You are cordially invited to a teleclass sponsored by Our Journey Thru Autism. The goal of this course is to teach parents, educators and anyone else interested with learning basic and adaptive sign language. Homeschool students are very much welcome to join the class! Date: Monday, […]Continue reading
What does Mommy Perks recommend for Preschools and Caregivers for the upcoming 2010-2011 school year? With a background in early childhood, education and nanny work I know that teachers and caregivers (parents, grandparents, aunts/uncles, nannies, sitters, etc) are seeking great quality items…well worth their hard-earned dollars. Below you will find some of my top recommendations. […]Continue reading
*Comment below to enter for the brand new Emergency Situations English/Spanish American Sign Language DVD! (Four winners will be selected for this one.) Winners will be selected from random.org after April 19th. ***This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #2 was selected at random.org. Congrats! Thanks to everyone for your interest in this special DVD. If […]Continue reading