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No idea. I started out with about 10 "Signing Time" videos with my 3-year-old granddaughter, then got a thirty-year-old Perigree Signing Dictionary and have watched a few Dr. Bill Vickers Lifeprint videos on YouTube. I am very slow "reading" someone fingerspell because I've not actually spent time "watching" other people sign. I tend to memorize a sign and have to go back and relearn it because I forget because I didn't use it.

My granddaughter is now 4 1/2, and when I thought she was getting all stubborn about not wanting to sign, she surprised me by taking and interest in fingerspelling. grandpa :=)

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