Friday, April 15, 2011

American Sign Language site and more sites

American Sign Language Browser

I'm no expert in ASL but this looks very interesting, and probably helpful for quick reference in school.

Here's a source of ideas for home programs, and therapy sessions.  I'd give parents an abbreviated list from the targeted skill area and not expect them to locate the best activities for their student.
Therapy Street For Kids

This part of the site is super:  Recipes

Another site, Jennifer Dodge
Wouldn't these critters be great for inserting those behavior tokens which students earn all day long???

Let's be nice to our PT buddies and share this site with them:  Motor ideas from Wisconsin

Five more minutes until Easter Break begins!!!

1 comment:

aslonline said...

When looking for an online American Sign Language learning program, you need one that will suit your needs. You need an online American Sign Language program that will be conducive to your learning style. Some of the main features to look for in an American Sign Language Program online include, grammar presented in a video format for ease of understanding, themed lessons with limited vocabulary learned in lesson. After learning the vocabulary in each lesson, you need retention exercises that will help solidify your new knowledge by offering practice. Additionally, with online American Sign Language programs, you need one that will offer fingerspelling practice. For the most part, fingerspelling in American Sign Language is the toughest aspect of the language to grasp. It takes an extensive amount of practice to be skilled in fingerspelling. The more you practice, the better you will become.