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Lesson Plans


sign language

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The Dunhams (dunham1)
Sat, 12 Sep 1998 23:13:21 -0400


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Hi, I enjoy teaching my kids a lesson with sign language where they sign =
their names, letter by letter and draw their hand position with each =
letter. It is very effective and a good way for them to enjoy a =
personal expression. It also increases their drawing skills by =
accurately drawing their hands in several new positions. Laura Dunham =
in rainy one minute, sunny one minute Ft. Lauderdale

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  • Maybe reply: Michelle H. Harrell: "Re: sign language"