Animal Show and Sign! - American Sign Language and Our Favorite Pets
Bring your pet (real or stuffed!) to this class and learn their sign in American Sign Language
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Animal Show and Sign will be an interactive class where we will show off our favorite pets and learn the signs for them. Each student will have the opportunity to introduce us to their pet. It can be a living pet or a stuffed pet or even a picture of a favorite pet so that ALL learners can participate. As we take turns meeting each new pet, we will learn the sign for the animal, learn the sign for the color of the animal and learn how to put those signs together. I know everyone will be...
This is an introductory class to American Sign Language. By the end of the class, each learner will be able to sign a color and an animal together, such as "black dog" or "red fish". If everyone comes to class with the same type of pet, then we will go a little further and learn how to fingerspell the animal's names.
Your favorite pet! You can bring your friendly dog, or your fluffy cat. You can even show off your beautiful fish tank. If you do not have a living pet, you can bring stuffed animal that you treasure. Each learner should bring a maximum of 2 pets to this class so that we have enough time to meet everyone's pets.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
American Sign Language Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
55 total reviews
56 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Bush and I love to teach American Sign Language. I have been studying and teaching ASL for over 17 years. I attended Union County College Deaf Interpreter Program in New Jersey (#1 in the state) and got 75% of the way...