Children who sign early on generally outperform those who do not sign during their early school years.

– NTID’s Center for Education Research Partnership

https://language1st.org/

COME HANG OUT WITH US AND PRACTICE YOU ASL!

SATURDAY MORNING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE MEET UPS @THESWEETHAND

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 10TH

OCTOBER 8TH

NOVEMBER 12TH

American Sign Language Classes

Starting in September 6th

4 Week ASL Classes

1st – 4th grade 1/3 – 2/14
3:00 – 3:45 PM
Cost: $120.00 per child

4th – 5th grade
4:00 – 4:45 PM

Cost: $120.00 per child

Students will learn:
Names
Colors
Numbers
Animal
Basic verbs and nouns
Emotions
Family
Students will practice vocabulary in meaningful contexts to develop comprehension, with plenty of review and practice to allow students to develop confidence.

“We encourage people to become fluent and skilled users, teachers, and interpreters of ASL. Moreover, we welcome everyone to experience learning and using ASL. We believe that ASL is beneficial to all people, of all ages. We value ASL. We hope you do, too.”

– National Association of the Deaf

Private Tutoring:

Tutoring for high school and college students.  For families inquire at info.thesweethand.com

1 hour session – 65.00

4 – 1 hour sessions  – 250.00

6 –  1 hour sessions – 375.00

American Sign Language Spotlight

The Sweet Hand believes in giving back to the community. In this spirit, we are honored to provide local Deaf students with part-time employment. When Deaf students work for The Sweet Hand, they learn how to give excellent customer service, gain baking experience, and understand the ins and outs of running a business. The Sweet Hand also provides students with an opportunity to prepare their resumes and sharpen their interviewing skills. Our goal is to give students the chance to experience the real world in a hands-on fashion alongside Deaf mentors.

The Sweet Hand is proud to promote Language Acquisition for Deaf children. We are a passionate advocate for Deaf children and their parents, and we seek to support them in a variety of ways. We also promote Deaf artists and Deaf art. Click on a links to find out more about artwork and organizations that support and promote American Sign Language.

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