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Story Time with Signs & Rhymes Set 2

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Story Time with Signs & Rhymes presents playful stories for read-aloud fun! These rhythmic tales invite readers to chant along and learn American Sign Language. Bring a new, dynamic finger-play experience to your story time!

Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.

Looking Glass Library is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.

Interest Level Preschool - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 3
BISACS JUV009000, JUV039150
Genre Nonfiction, Picture Books
Subject Language Arts, Social Studies
Copyright 2012
Division Magic Wagon
Imprint Looking Glass Library
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Season 2012-01-01
ISBN 9781614787877
Title Format Anywhere eBooks
Dewey E
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 9.5 x 8.25
Accelerated Reader® Quiz NOT AR
Features Glossary of key words, Reviewed, Sources for further research, and Suggested websites
Online Resources FREE! Booklinks Nonfiction Network
 

Hip, Hip, Hooray! It's Family Day! (Story Time with Signs & Rhymes) – Booklist

. . .a concluding American Sign Language glossary helpfully describes the proper hand motions. . . .[and] art is uncluttered and keeps the focus squarely on signing. A preface to the text offers “Alphabet Handshapes,” which illustrate the finger-spelling signs for each letter of the English alphabet. In addition to the glossary, the extensive back matter includes “Fun Facts about ASL,” “Signing Activities” (comprised of two games), and additional resources. A simple, clear introduction to key ASL vocab for nonhearing and hearing alike.

Story Time with Signs & Rhymes – School Library Journal

The text is lively, and Bauer’s colorful illustrations crackle with cartoony energy. Each book contains a glossary of signs including illustrations and descriptions of how to produce the signs, as well as “Fun Facts about ASL,” and “Signing Activities.” The signs themselves are well chosen for the target audience, and the structure of the stories provides a great way to introduce and reinforce basic ASL vocabulary for hearing children.

Illustrator: Stephanie Bauer