Baby ASL, Spanish & English for iPad!
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NOTE: The video components will NOT play in devices with iOS7 at the present moment. Older iOS versions will run just fine.
1st iPad app teaching 200 Baby Sign Language via flash cards & VIDEO as well as AUDIO/VOICE in both English and Spanish! You will learn both English and Spanish via flash cards and videos in ASL with English audio/voice!
This video-rich app is great for a wide variety of children of 1 year to 8 years old. Even words are new to people older than 8 year old! American Sign Language (ASL) and English vocabulary skill builder with about 200 words about everyday life associated with food, feelings, family and more!
Gilda Ganezer and Avery Posner, your Deaf ASL teachers, will guide every viewer how to use of each and every hard-to-find vocabulary words in American Sign Language. This app is known to help expand vocabulary skills among young viewers and by reducing their frustrations with improved reading and communication skills.
- 200+ American Sign Language, English and Spanish words with proper facial expression, body movement, handshape, sign location and fluency along with English audio/voice!
- American Sign Language words from over 15 categories as follows:
>>> action / verb
>>> objects / general noun
>>> simple sentences, questions & answers
- you will be able to navigate to find the letter/word/number alphabetically
- every word in ASL is shown in videos along with audio/voice, and you will be able to replay each video to give oneself the opportunity to learn receptively and expressively
All words are presented trilingually as visual aid along with audio/voice to boost viewer's receptive skills and enjoyable learning experience.
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Some of these videos were selected from our DVD "American Sign Language Everyday Words: Activties and Events” as well as "American Sign Language for Kids & Adults" DVDs containing hundreds of words, phrases and exciting ASL videos as well as outrageous bloopers and outtakes. You can learn more about these DVDs and other products at http://www.EverydayASL.com
Difficult to use
It is difficult to get to the word you are looking for as the cards are in alphabetical order and there is no way to jump to the portion of the alphabet you want to see.
Very difficult to navigate
It is impossible to scroll through this ap to find the desired word.
I agree with the first review, that it is not user friendly at all.