Thursday, April 14, 2011

Handy Alphabet Signs!


From the book, Alphabets and Ornaments, by Anna Corba.
Published by Sterling and Chapelle.


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16 comments:

  1. My daughter (a teacher) is certified in ASL (American Sign Language). I always enjoy it when I see it being used for anything.

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  2. My friend has a daughter with severe spinal bifida & because she has diffuculty speaking she signs.....
    Have a Peaceful Day!!
    Marilyn

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  3. Hi Coralie!

    I love your new header.

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  4. Oh my gosh Coralie, I almost fell off my chair when I saw this! My youngest dd will be getting her BA in June and has already been accepted into an American Sign Language program in the Fall to be certified as a translator. If you don't mind, I think I will save this and frame this for her as one of her graduation gifts. Have a great day, Nan

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  5. Hey Coralie !
    Just passed to say hello. Beautiful alphabet.
    Besos :O)

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  6. My DIL is fluent in ASL. She would love this!

    =)

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  7. Hi Coralie,
    Your blog always make me smile :)
    Love the ASL image! I wonder how many visitors signed through the alphabet like I did? lol ~ wonderful!

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  8. Wonderful way to end this round of Alphabe-Thursday!

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  9. I love that :) . My daughters have an interest in sign language these days.
    Blessings,
    Catherine

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  10. VERY NICE POST, I THINK ITS AMAZING HOW THEY TALK WITH THEIR HANDS AND SO FAST. MY GRANDDAUGHTERS MATTIE AND MAKAYLA HAD IT INTRODUCED TO THEM IN SCHOOL, AND THEY WERE GIVEN THE LITTLE CARDS WITH THE ALPHABET ON IT, THEY JUST LOVED IT. THEY DID LEARN A FEW WORDS, BUT REALIZED HOW THANKFUL THEY SHOULD BE THAT THEY CAN TALK. HAVE A NICE WEEKKEND, WE ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVE VERY BAD SHOWERS TOMORROW.
    RIZZI

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  11. One of my grandbabies was late in talking but could sign just fine:) This is an awesome post:)

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  12. Only you would find this perfect illustration for Alphabet Soup!

    This was wonderful Coralie!

    Really neat!

    A+

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  13. Nice! I learned the alphabet as a kid one summer by studying the illustration in the World Book Encyclopedia. I still remember most of the signs.

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