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Have you thought about introducing a second language into your homeschool yet? American Sign Language is quickly becoming a recognized second language in many states, and sign language can benefit your early learner tremendously.
10 of The Best Sign Language Books for Kids
There are so many positive effects that learning American Sign Language can have on the brain. Starting to learn a new language can be so much fun too. By introducing American Sign Language now, your child can begin to develop an interest in a new language while beginning to learn as you go along. Books are a great place to start!
Sign Language is also an excellent way to expand your child’s communication skills. As an early learner, your child may still have trouble expressing themselves. When you add additional means of communication by using their hands, your children will have more resources available to communicate their feelings and frustrations.
In addition, being bilingual offers more options and opportunities. You can start raising bilingual children today.
Here are our favorite books for introducing and beginning to learn American Sign Language at home
My Language, Your Language
By Lisa Bullard
Say It, Sign It
By Elaine Epstein
My First Book of Sign Language
By Joan Holub
Hands and Hearts
By Donna Jo Napoli
Sign Language ABC
By Lora Heller
By Jack Hughes
Time to Sign: Sign Language for Kids
By Kathryn Clay
Going Out (Sign About)
By Anthony Lewis
No Night-Night: A Bedtime Story in English and American Sign Language
By Zena Bailey-Harris
How to Sign Animals with Terry the Monkey
By Joe Jacobs
Check Out Our American Sign Language + Preschool Blended Learning Course HERE
Our preschool program is a natural fit for children that are ready to learn at home.