Movement and Sign Language Activities
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Sign to Learn
American Sign Language in the Early
Kirsten Dennis & Tressa Azpiri
Integrate American Sign Language (ASL) into
your program with this comprehensive, illustrated
curriculum. Activities and lesson plans are grouped
by themes, including feelings, food, seasons, animals,
songs, and families. Strategies for using ASL with
children with special needs or
in multilingual settings are
included. Age focus: 0–6.
Softbound, 208 pgs.
ASL signs with
poster. 18” x 24”
Sign to learn Book & PoSter Set
#416901-T $34.95 PUB
one, two, what Can i Do?
Dance and Music for the Whole Day
Connie Bergstein Dow
Keep the day moving with 109 playful dance activities, each providing children with
opportunities to exercise, practice and improve age-appropriate large-motor skills,
and develop body awareness and control. Use these movement activities during
greetings and goodbyes, group time, transitions, and group-movement exploration.
Accessible and adaptable for all children, including those with special needs,
each dance-and-music pairing is irresistibly fun and supports children’s physical,
social and emotional, and kinesthetic learning. Two accompanying music CDs are
included with songs and instrumentals written and performed by Debbie Clement.
Age focus: 3–6. Spiral, 316 pgs., and 2 CDs, 136 min.
CD only - one, Two, whaT Can i Do
42 tracks—11 songs and 31 instrumentals—written and performed by Debbie Clement.
Lyric book included. 2 CDs, 136 min.
how To hanDle harD-To-hanDle ParenTS
Discover strategies for positive partnering with parents. Packed
with sample forms, letters, scenarios, vignettes, and techniques for
involving families from all backgrounds, you will develop specific
skills to establish cooperative relationships with all parents and
enhance the home-school connection. Softbound, 136 pgs.
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