How to Teach Sign Language in Your Homeschool

Hey, homeschoolers! I want to thank AFFIRM Films and Sony Pictures Animation for their sponsorship of this podcast. The Star is now available on Blue-ray, DVD and Digital – this is a great movie for the entire family.

This week I am excited to talk with you about teaching sign language in our homeschools. I was inspired by my guest and I know you will be too.

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Sign Language Teaching Resources

Rochelle’s YouTube channel

Rochelee’s website, ASL Rochelle, filled with fun and challenging ASL resources and lessons.

See Homeschool Sanity for books mentioned in the podcast

The Learn ASL in 31 Days course is available on the front page of ASLRochelle.com. I also offer vocabulary videos with categories like ocean, holidays, and grammar. I have other free courses like one on finger spelling.

For students who want to learn more, I offer a fluency and vocabulary course, a practice, retention, and memory course, and a grammar course. My courses can take a student to a level-three college equivalent in sign language.

I offer a four-week summer camp in ASL and Facebook groups, where I give monthly challenges and offer feedback to students.

 

Have you taught signing to your kids?

Have a happy homeschool week!

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