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Our first ASL Workbook (numbers and counting) of (hopefully) many others! 

 

Communication and math skills are essential in a child's development: learn and play with those cool and convenient sheets you can print at home!

 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/1019160478/asl-counting-pre-k-skills-workbook

 

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www.mamaishere.com

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the method i know will work is 1495961399_theaslprogramwiththematchgamethatiusedtolearnfingersignin6hours..JPG.3d1690a9345825ee0ca983511d1d7a73.JPG this android program and then this icon at the bottom inside 1127101842_theaslmemoryiconformatchgame..JPG.2cdb1f7ed3ea03d547f5b0392085ee30.JPG then when it happens as i tried to send in for them to modify the match game to use the videos too with the augmentation of hover backlighting ones previously done to make you sure that you got it right. remember video match game is the answer for the language i learned sign fingerspell in six hours.

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