My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary
By My Smart Hands
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Want a sign language tool that you and your baby can use together? My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary teaches you and your little one the 300 ASL signs you need to know for clear communication. You’ll get detailed instruction, great memory tips and more. Click “...More” to learn why you should download this App today!
So much fun! 5 stars
“My 15 month old signs a lot and the descriptions really help me learn new ones to teach her! She also likes watching the signing clips. Octopus is her favorite! ;)”
- Jenny Lisa
Sign app 5 stars
“I love this program it is very easy to learn on and works great on my iPod touch. The signs are explained to you in an easy understandable way. The app is a ton of fun! :)”
Your baby has reached the age where it’s time to introduce language learning. Luckily, there is a sign language class in your area, which is a big help because you have to learn it before you can teach it.
Teaching your little one to sign is rewarding yet can be frustrating at times. You always come up against a word that you don’t know yet. Unless you have someone in your household who can fluently sign, you have to contact your ASL teacher and wait for a response. By then, the moment has passed when the word sign was needed.
If you have My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you may never have to go through that again. Not for some time, at least. This app contains more than 300 ASL signs that help you and your baby learn to communicate through signing.
My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary is not just a tool for looking up words, although you can do that. The application shows you how form a sign word, gives you great memory tips and helps you understand what you’re doing. There’s even a quiz so you can test your progress.
There’s more than 45 minutes of instructional video included, so you go ahead and refresh your memory and refine your signing, as often you want. Your baby will enjoy watching, as well.
* Contains instruction for more than 300 ASL signs
* More than 45 minutes of instructional video
* Program is designed by My Smart Hands founder and signing expert, Laura Berg
* Keep track of the signs you want to work on in your favorites list
* Categories to make word finding easier
* Easy word search option
* Quiz portion can be set to easy or hard – your choice
* You and your baby can have fun bonding time together while learning
Once you’ve practiced for awhile, take one of the quizzes and see how you do. If your scorecard indicates that you missed answering a sign or two correctly, just move those to your favorites, for easy retrieval later. That way, you’ll be able to work on them a little more to perfect your communication skills.
Having My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary on your iDevice is so convenient. You’ll have an ASL reference at your fingertips, 24/7. So, you can even use it at two in the morning when your baby is fretting over something.
Download your own My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary now. You and your little one both benefit from this app.
See this App in action here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scR8tC9Q22M
To read more about MSH and the amazing benefit that signing with your child brings, or if you are interested in taking a baby sign class, please visit us at www.mysmarthands.com.
What's New in Version 1.6
- Fix iOS 8 issues
This is a super helpful way for me to practice and remember the signs I am learning in my beginning ASL class! Also, to the reviewer who is having trouble hearing the audio, I had the same problem until I realized that if your phone is on silent/vibrate, you cannot hear the audio. It came back as soon as I switched my sound back on.
No hi, hello or goodbye?
Decent app, but how can you have helicopter and recycle but not have hi, hello, goodbye, etc... Greetings are paramount and not having them in this app seems like quite the oversight.
Having to scroll to each word instead of having an alphabet jump is unfortunate design as well.
Throw in those basic greetings and I will add a star, and put in an alphabet jump so you can single click to start with a particular letter and I'll add another star.
Decent app otherwise.
The person on video is explaining the sign but you can not hear it.
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- Category: Education
- Updated: Apr 21, 2015
- Version: 1.6
- Size: 139 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: My Smart Hands
- © 2012 My Smart Hands
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.