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Innovative Asl Programs Now Available For Home Schooled Children
by: Timmy Vic

American Sign Language [ASL] is a well-established form of communication with its own rules concerning grammar and syntax. It is now the recognized sign language throughout Canada and the USA, and as such, has become the third most spoken language in the USA.

To provide your children with the best educational foundation for the future, consider American Sign Language classes offered through the early childhood education specialists at Baby Fingers. The Baby Fingers organization was founded by Lora Heller, who was inspired by the profound effect that learning ASL had on her own children. Utilizing her experience in the field of deaf education, she shared her knowledge with other parents to allow them to experience the effects of this innovation in educational techniques for themselves. In time, Baby Fingers become known as one of the catalysts for a sea change in early childhood teaching and now offers a wide array of classes designed to offer children of various ages a solid foundation for a successful educational future

Thanks to groundbreaking techniques such as those taught at Baby Fingers, more people are starting to realize that teaching their children ASL from an early age can offer innate educational benefits to their children as they progress in their schooling. These innate benefits stem from the fact that the structure of ASL is directly compatible with the nature of language development in infants, and can act as the perfect educational supplement to traditional schooling for both deaf and non-deaf children alike.

If your child does not participate in a traditional school curriculum due to being home schooled, you may want to consider the ASL programs for home schooled children that are available through Baby Fingers. ASL teaching for home schooled children offers the child a superb way to help them develop the vital skills that will help them to integrate socially with their peers. In addition, ASL for home schooled children is an essential supplement to traditional learning, as it provides the platform for an increased understanding of the various nuances of language and personal expression.

Baby Fingers' ASL programs for home schooled children allow the child to learn through innovative music and games directly from their home environment. This innovative learning approach helps to foster accelerated linguistic proficiency to open the lines of communication between the child and those around them. Their varied class schedule also includes "Mommy and Me" classes for babies and toddlers to interact with their parents through singing and dancing, in addition to exceptional ASL classes for both teens and adults, so that everyone can share in this innovative learning experience.

Research has clearly shown that children who learn ASL from an early age will grow to have a far stronger command of verbal language than those who do not take advantage of the educational benefits of sign language. So go to the Baby Fingers website now to review their wide array of options for ASL teaching for home schooled children and give your child the educational foundation for a successful future.

About Baby Fingers:

Created in 2000, Baby Fingers is an innovative teaching company that uses a unique combination of American Sign Language, music, games, stories and dramatic play to aid the child's development in the areas of language, spatial reasoning, and motor skills. For more information about the company and the classes they offer, please visit Mybabyfingers.

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Baby Fingers LLC, founded by Lora Heller, Board Certified and Licensed Music Therapist with a M.Sc. in Special Education/Deaf Education, specializing in music mediated sign language instruction. For more information, visit
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