Sign Language ABC & Cozy Book Hop

Thursday, September 13, 2012

One the best things about books for kids is that they often teach multiple lessons at one time. Of course when I can use them as a teaching tool with multiple purposes I love them even more.

Recently I've been enjoying Sign Language ABC a Sesame Street book with Linda Bove as I teach my youngest sign language and review the alphabet with my preschooler. It is a two-in-one story time, and both of my boys think it's the best book ever!

Sesame Street Sign Language ABC with Linda Bove (Pictureback(R))
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The book shows the signs for each letter of the alphabet, one letter at a time. Each letter also has at least three additional signs to help reinforce the letter.

Sure it's a simple easy little read, but such a wonderful tool!

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And now it's time for another book hop!   I can't wait to see what you all have to share!

Please link up any and all posts related to reading, or books. I love to hear about all kinds of books from baby's first book, to grandma's reading lists.

Also if you could grab a button, or link back that would be great.

Get ready - hop!




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10 comments

  1. Thanks for remind me of your book hop. I'm always happy to participate! Cheers! :D

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    1. So glad you read so much! I love having people around who are avid readers!

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  2. Thanks for linking up to Thrive @ Home! I need to write more book-related posts so I can link up here more often. :)

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    1. They don't have to be long posts! I've read some amazing book reviews on twitter! Plus I love hearing about kid books, which are super quick to read - can't wait to see what you pick up next

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  3. I have this Sesame Stree book. I got it when I was in grade school, probably when I was about 7 or 8. I am 32 now and I still have this book. I have recently been introducing it to my 6 year old son. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. It's a great little book for the alphabet - a true classic in my book!

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  4. I learned a little sign language but haven't used it so it's kinda gone from my head unfortunately.

    I love to read though but often don't find the time/energy for it. I really should.

    Sarah
    http://acatlikecuriosity.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Yeah I hear you with the lack of time - that is why I'm writing this blog - forcing myself to make the time for myself to read and enjoy! Next time you pick up a book let me know- I'd love to hear about it!

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  5. Thanks for sharing with Fellowship Fridays! I will have to check this out...my kiddos love Sesame Street :)

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    1. this is most certainly a classic Sesame Street book - I'm not even sure it's still being published - but doesn't that seem to be the truth more often then not- the best books get lost in time ...

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