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Check out our selection of CD's, books, card games, and other items in American Sign Language.
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Opposites: A Beginner's Book of Signs (ASLBK2)

Teach your infant or toddler some basic notions of opposites.  Opposites: A Beginner's Book of Signs contains seven different pairs of opposite words. The story book includes a photograph of an object and a drawing of the sign for it in ASL (American Sign Language). Baby will love it.

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$6.95
ASL ABC Blue Backpack (N581BL)

The ASL ABC Blue Backpack is a great product for boys and girls of all ages. It has plenty of space for school books, files and writing tools. Items can be placed in one of two large zippered compartments, in a side mesh pocket or in the front velco-fastened pocket. The backpack has straps that can be adjusted to an adequate size, and is black with blue trimmings. The alphabet in sign language is a great addition, printed in white on the velcro pocket.

The ABC Blue Backpack is made to last, from durable polyester.

Backpack size: 12 inches width x 17 inches height x 7 inches diameter, or 30.48 cm x 43.18 cm x 17.78 cm

Features:

  • Manufactured from durable black polyester with blue trimmings
  • ABC sign language printed in white on the front
  • Two large zippered compartments, and a side mesh pocket; additional front pocket with velcro
  • Adjustable straps
  • Suitable for boys or girls of all ages
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$18.95
ASL ABC Red Backpack (N581RD)

The ASL ABC Red Backpack is a great product for boys and girls of all ages. It has plenty of space for school books, files and writing tools. Items can be placed in one of two large zippered compartments, in a side mesh pocket or in the front velco-fastened pocket. The backpack has straps that can be adjusted to an adequate size, and is black with red trimmings. The alphabet in sign language is a great addition, printed in white on the velcro pocket.

The ABC Red Backpack is made to last, from durable polyester.

Backpack size: 12 inches width x 17 inches height x 7 inches diameter, or 30.48 cm x 43.18 cm x 17.78 cm

Features:

  • Manufactured from durable black polyester with red trimmings
  • ABC sign language printed in white on the front
  • Two large zippered compartments, and a side mesh pocket; additional front pocket with velcro
  • Adjustable straps
  • Suitable for boys or girls of all ages
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$18.95
ASL Clip and Create 5 - CD ROM (ASLCLIP5)

Create your own American Sign Language (ASL) materials using any of the 5,555+ clipart images available in this amazing software. Each sign picture includes the sign itself, the English word equivalent, and a conceptual graphic. These can be printed together or individually. Signs can be accessed in alphabetical order or by categories (e.g., Clothing, Food, Actions, Colors). Add other text or pictures to your creations, or use it to draw. You can save within the program, or in bitmap format, to be used in other programs (e.g., Microsoft Word, Power Point, Adobe Photoshop). Custom printing features enable you to create letterhead, banners, posters, cards, postcards, labels, and much more.

Features:

  • Over 5,555 clip art images containing signs, English text, and concept graphics.
  • Customizable publication functions (e.g., resizing, importing pictures, drawing, adding text)
  • Seven customizable Templates, using the vocabulary you’ve chosen, to create crossword puzzles, fingerspelling scrambles, ABC order worksheets, word finds, and more.
  • An Alternate Display buttonin the Templates to create new puzzles using the same words you’ve chosen.
  • Extensive Categories menu to help you find the specific vocabulary you need.
  • Print directly from the Dictionary or from the Custom Printing section of the software.
  • Four games: Spell Well, Match Madness, Con-SIGN-tration, and Sort-It-Out!

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 150 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$44.95
ASL Songs for Kids (ASLSONGS)

ASL Songs for Kids CD presents six songs typically learned by young children-sung and signed! The songs shown are: The Wheels on the Bus, Happy Birthday, The Ants Go Marching, The Green Grass Grows All Around, Old MacDonald Had a Farm, and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. As the songs are sung, Paws the dog signs, and graphics convey the lyrics, as well as information about the notes and volume. In addition, each song is explained in American Sign Language.

ASL Songs for Kids-1 If you see one ant, there is likely to be more! As The Ants Go Marching over the hills in time to the music, they entertain us with their antics. Careful! The rain cloud gets bigger as Paws sings louder till lightening strikes, and the ants run down a hole for cover.
   
ASL Songs for Kids-1 The Green Grass Grows All Around this beautiful meadow where flowers twirl in the breeze in time with the music. The louder Paws sings, the more the sun shines. Watch carefully, and you will see the details of the tree and what is hidden in its branches.
  
It's Paws' birthday! Happy Birthday! For every note in the song, a different candle flickers. As Paws sings louder, birthday balloons inflate! Sing along and wish Paws a very happy birthday!
   
ASL Songs for Kids-1 Lying in his tent under the evening sky, Horatio muses about what created the stars above. His thoughts are reflected in the song, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. The stars rotate as the notes are sung, and the moon changes phases with the intensity of each note.
  
Have you ever been on a bus? So much can happen--people climbing on and off, horns honking, babies crying, passengers talking. Just listen as The Wheels on the Bus is sung. As the bus whizzes down the street, watch the city skyline light up with the notes and a construction worker pop in and out of his manhole as the volume changes.
   
ASL Songs for Kids-1 You may have known that Old MacDonald Had a Farm, but have you ever seen chicks hop up and down on the farm fence posts to let you know the melody? Poor Old MacDonald! It's hard to manage a farm with pigs, sheep, ducks, goats, roosters, horses, chickens, and cows overrunning.
 
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$29.95
ASL Tales and Games for Kids, 3-CD Set (ASLTGK3CDSET)

ASL Tales and Games for Kids, Complete Set: includes all three CDs, full of stories and games!

Each CD contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on each CD to see three ASL stories. The complete set has a total of 9 stories.

 
Spell Well In CD-1, Woof Woof Way, the stories focus on the library, toy store, and pet store. In the library, we learn how the sign for “look” changes in ASL as Arnold encounters various characters reading in his quest for A Book with a Space Alien. What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws’ owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. Panda, Panda, Where Are You? requires readers to follow instructions to help Chiu-Chin hunt through the toy store for her lost panda. This story shows how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affects descriptions.

 
   
Spell WellIn CD-2, Biscuit Boulevard, stories focus on the theatre, restaurant, and department store. Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, On Stage!, we learn how adjectives are modified in ASL to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Many signs look similar to other ones. Watch how the waitress confuses what Chiu-Chin wants for dinner in Menu Mix-up. Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, befuddle a department store salesman who thinks that the children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind and wants Different Clothes. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes," are signed with the same hand shape on each hand – “twin signs.”
 
   
Spell WellIn CD-3, Leash Lane, stories focus on the school bus, police station, and post office. The Pawstown school bus travels around the community picking up the neighborhood children. Math, map-reading, and directionality skills are reinforced as the kids Hop on the Bus! Children are exposed to different kinds of questions that ask them to think about facial detail, an important part of ASL grammar, when Horatio goes to the police station to report, My Best Friend is Missing! Facial expressions that clarify adjectives and visualization ⁄ observational skills are reinforced. We have heard the refrain, Is It There Yet? Muffy learns patience as she finds out how our mail reaches its destination when she orders a t-shirt through the mail. This story focuses on learning the names of the week and sequencing of events, conceptually and in ASL.
 

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 250 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$89.95
ASL Tales and Games for Kids, CD-1: Woof Woof Way (ASLTGK)

This CD, Woof Woof Way, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Woof Woof Way. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in categorization, memory, spelling, literacy, visual processing, and creativity.

The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Woof Woof Way to see three ASL stories.

 
Spell Well How the word "look" changes in ASL is addressed in a story about a boy named Arnold who asks a librarian for a book with a space alien and, to the shock of the librarian, actually finds a space alien reading a book.


 
   
Spell Well What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws' owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. The story explores how, in ASL, spatial relations affect our understanding of the tale.

 
   
Spell Well In Panda, Panda, Where Are You?, the toy store story, Chiu-Chin hunts for her lost panda. The child must follow the instructions and click on the identified toy to move to the next screen. We learn how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affect descriptions.

 
 

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 250 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$34.95
ASL Tales and Games for Kids, CD-2: Biscuit Boulevard (ASLTGK2)

In CD-2, Biscuit Boulevard, stories focus on the theater, restaurant, and department store.

The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Biscuit Boulevard to see three ASL stories.

 
Spell Well Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, On Stage!, we learn how adjectives are modified in ASL to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Many signs look similar to other ones.


 
   
Spell Well Watch how the waitress confuses what Chiu-Chin wants for dinner in Menu Mix-up.
 
   
Spell Well Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, befuddle a department store salesman who thinks that the children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind and wants Different Clothes. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes," are signed with the same hand shape on each hand – “twin signs.”
 

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 250 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$34.95
ASL Tales and Games for Kids, CD-3: Leash Lane (ASLTGK3)

In CD-3, Leash Lane, stories focus on the school bus, police station, and post office.

The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Leash Lane to see three ASL stories.

 
Spell Well The Pawstown school bus travels around the community picking up the neighborhood children. Math, map-reading, and directionality skills are reinforced as the kids Hop on the Bus!

 
   
Spell Well Children are exposed to different kinds of questions that ask them to think about facial detail, an important part of ASL grammar, when Horatio goes to the police station to report, My Best Friend is Missing! Facial expressions that clarify adjectives and visualization ⁄ observational skills are reinforced.
 
   
Spell Well We have heard the refrain, Is It There Yet? Muffy learns patience as she finds out how our mail reaches its destination when she orders a t-shirt through the mail. This story focuses on learning the names of the week and sequencing of events, conceptually and in ASL.
 

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 250 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$34.95
Bible - New Testament in ASL - DVD Set (DVD063)

These DVDs are the first of their kind that were created especially for Deaf people. Teams of ASL translators and Original Language Consultants for a Bible translation that is accurate, understandable and faithful to the original Hebrew and Greek texts. The titles feature close-ups of the ASL signer; on-screen chapter and verse indexes for easy selection of biblical passages; and helpful graphics, notes, maps and illustrations.

This box set contains the New Testament in 5 DVD disks. [5 DVD set: not captioned; not voiced; video of signer]

PLEASE NOTE:
DVDs are not returnable once opened.

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$30.95
Con-SIGN-tration Games - Volume 1 (ASLCST1)

These reading and memory games challenge the player to match American Sign Language pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. The Con-SIGN-tration CD covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

Categories include: Colors, Numbers, Animals, Actions, Food 1, Opposites, People, Feelings, Letters, and Time.

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 250 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$19.95
Con-SIGN-tration Games - Volume 2 (ASLCST2)

These reading and memory games challenge the player to match American Sign Language pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. The Con-SIGN-tration CD covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

Categories include: Communicate, Action, More Action, Brainwork, Celebrate, Describe It, Feelings, Opposites, More Opposites, and Create.

System Requirements:

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7
  • CD-ROM drive 16x
  • 250 MB hard drive space
  • Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit)
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$19.95
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