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Apr 16, 2019

This beginners guide to American Sign Language introduces groups of words that children would be most likely to use; relevant groups include words related to family, home, food, colors, school, and more. Theres information on American Sign Language; illustrated how-to explanations for signing each word helps the child learn many basic signs. An included poster illustrating the proper fingerspelling for each letter of the alphabet will help children learn the signed alphabet.

Whether a child This beginner’s guide to American Sign Language introduces groups of words that children would be most likely to use; relevant groups include words related to family, home, food, colors, school, and more. There’s information on American Sign Language; illustrated how-to explanations for signing each word helps the child learn many basic signs. An included poster illustrating the proper fingerspelling for each letter of the alphabet will help children learn the signed alphabet.

Whether a child learns sign language for communicating with others or as a second language, this book assists in presenting the basic information with colorful illustrations and age-appropriate explanations.

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Sep 19, 2012

The book, My First 100 Words, is a great book to get kids thinking about sign language. It has animated kids showing the reader how to do certain signs in sign language. The author also adds in a little description telling the reader with words how to make the sign. So, the reader is given both a verbal and a visual explanation for each sign. The vocabulary words the author chose to incorporate into the book are words that younger kids use every day.

The book is for a younger audience. It gives The book, “My First 100 Words,” is a great book to get kids thinking about sign language. It has animated kids showing the reader how to do certain signs in sign language. The author also adds in a little description telling the reader with words how to make the sign. So, the reader is given both a verbal and a visual explanation for each sign. The vocabulary words the author chose to incorporate into the book are words that younger kids use every day.

The book is for a younger audience. It gives basic signs and is very kid-friendly. It is a great way to get kids interested in sign language. This could be incorporated into a lesson about how everyone is different and has their own special characteristics. It can never hurt to educate kids about how other people have to live their life because of a disability they have.

The pictures are cute. The little kids are always doing something that all little kids do. Then the kids are shown using the signs for the specific things on that page that the kids are interacting with. If the pictures were not there, the book would be very difficult to follow and understand. The pictures are a huge part of this book. They give the reader that visual of how to make that sign and the object or idea that that sign represents.

My endorsement is going to be in American Sign Language and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education. This book is a perfect for those specialties. It gets kids at a young age thinking about sign language. If a child is hearing and is able to read this book, it could help them if they would happen to encounter a child or adult who is deaf. I think it is just a great way to educate all children about sign language. It is also a good way to introduce all of the special qualities that different children have.


Nelson, Michiyo. Sign language: my first 100 words. New York: Scholastic, 2008. Print. ...more
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Mar 24, 2011

Disappointed that there aren't more action words and baby sign type things in this one to share with my 1 and 5 yr old together. I guess they'd be in the 2nd 100 words! i.e. up, down, etc.
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Dec 09, 2014

Not as many basic conversational signs as I'd hoped. Even so, I'm happy to have another ASL resource for the classroom.
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Apr 17, 2011

This book is great for children. They will love the pictures and enjoy learning sign language.

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