Leisure Time Activities (American Sign Language)
by Jeanne Huffman et al
Although activities for "Meal Time", "Grooming", and "Dressing" are included, this comprehensive handbook concentrates primarily on leisure time activities for the deaf-blind child. Directions for teachers and parents are well organized with a list of objectives and materials for each activity. A basic sign vocabulary of 79 most used signs makes this complete.
The American Sign Language Alphabet Asking For The Bib Body Painting Brushing Teeth Busy Surprise Box Buttering Bread Buzzer Board Chewing Clothes Pin Clamping Color Circles Combing Hair Crawling Creative Blocks Definitions Drum Rhythms Eating Movement Egg Shell Pictures Felt Puzzles Equipment Glossary Finger Foods Fingerspelling Fingerpainting Flex-O-Gears Following A Beam Of Light Following Rope Food Sign At Mealtime Free Pasting Fun Box Going On A Trip Grooming, Baby Powder Group Grope Illustrations Imitation Of Rhythm Beat On Drum Introduction And Ingredients For Success Introduction Of Animals Jar Lid Latch Frames Magic Box Magic Window Matching Picture With Object Moving Lips Nested Hardwood Cube Newspaper Play Nuts And Bolts Objects In And Out Open A Cottage Cheese Container Pants Paper Mosiac Paper Weaving Parallel Play Patty Cakes Pedaling Tricycle Peg Board Placing And Pasting Pours Put On Sock Putting A Block In A Can Roll A Pin Rice Mosaics Scissors Manipulation Serves Self Shake And Sort Shopping Bag Face Sign For Candy Sign For Milk Sign For No Sign For Water Snap On Pants Sorting Sound Equipment Spoon Swinging In A Blanket Stringing Wooden Beads Talking Balloons T-Shirt Tetherball Tong Pick Up Toliet Training Tracing Tray Turn Off The Faucet Vegetables For Salads Water Pillow Watering Plants Wax Play Zipper On Pants