by The Social Quotient

See It & Sign It (Level 1)

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See It and Sign It™ Level One, is an easy-to-follow game that teaches American Sign Language the fun way! It's six games in one, plus a DVD with live action demonstrations of the hand signs. In Level One, you will learn 60 words -- 10 words in six different categories, the alphabet and numbers 1 to 10! Our five ASL "pros" take the guesswork out of signing because every sign is shown clearly and accurately.

Sign language is now taught in many schools and is promoted by clinicians because it provides numerous social, emotional, cognitive, and communicative benefits to ALL children. ASL can also provide a wonderful tool for children with special needs to better communicate with their family, friends, and others. This game is a fun way to GET THE WHOLE FAMILY SIGNING!

Developmental Benefits:
Sign language acts as a bridge to speech and language by "turning on" areas of the brain that are inactive due to the breakdown in spoken language.

Sign language helps to promote:
Language Skills
Matching Skills
Word Recognition
Hand/Eye Coordination
Fine Motor Skills
Visual Stimulation
Oral Stimulation
Social Engagement
Cognitive Development

Two-sided game boards to allow you to move at your own pace

Easy Remember Guides:
Live demonstrations on DVD

Play Ideas

Partner Up - Work with a partner during game play to help recall the signs in See It Sign It.

Flash Cards - Use the cards simply as flashcards instead of playing the game.

Scavenger Hunt - Place the cards around the house with the object that it corresponds to for kids to collect on a scavenger hunt. Challenge! Place cards on the wrong objects to see if the child catches the mistake.

Pre-Select - Select a small grouping of sign language cards to practice. After the child learns a set, add in a couple of new cards to the selection that the child already knows. This boosts confidence and promotes self-esteem to learn more words.

Memory & Recall - Select some of the sign language cards and place them sign side up. Allow the child to study the cards then turn them over to the decoder side for the child to try and recall.