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Sign Language and Its Effects on Language Development in Toddlers?

Baby sign language is a method hearing parents can use to communicate with their hearing infants and toddlers. Baby sign language uses gestures from American sign language and allows babies to comm... Read More »

The Differences in Learning Sign Language and Spoken Language?

In some ways, learning a sign language is very similar to learning a spoken language. The concepts of vocabulary and grammar still hold true in sign language. However, there are key differences bet... Read More »

How to Sign Feelings and Emotions in American Sign Language?

An editor has suggested that this article be merged with:"How to Sign Feelings in Sign Language" Per the merge policy, if these topics are determined to be similar but distinct, then the articles w... Read More »

How to Sign US States & Capitals in Sign Language?

American Sign Language (ASL) is the native language for hundreds of thousands of deaf North Americans. It developed from American and French signs in the 1800s. ASL is a distinct language from Engl... Read More »