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Links related to sign language and language skills:

Word English — 500 most used words in the English language – start learning these first in sign language.

ASLUAmerican Sign Language University is resource site for ASL students and teachers. Here you will find information and resources to help you learn ASL and improve your signing, plus they have a lot of information about the different sign languages and uses.

American Sign Language Dictionary — Dictionary and word definition information is from WordNet by Princeton University.

BSL Sign Language Dictionary ā€“ Search and compare thousands of words and phrases in British Sign Language (BSL). The largest collection online. Dictionary and word definition information is from WordNet by Princeton University.

Hands and Voices — We are parents of ASL signers, cued speech users…. parents of kids with cochlear implants or total communicators… we are people who have common interests connected through the community of deafness.

Signing Savvy — The founders of Signing Savvy include educators, interactive media designers, and sign language experts representing over 40 years of experience in sign language education (learn more about the Signing Savvy Team).

Affix builder — This dictionary contains more than 1,250 entries, illustrated by some 10,000 examples, all defined and explained.

Home school resources – We had home schooled our children from K-12 and it was a great blessing. There are many resources for the serious home school parent, these are just a few. ā€“ This is the one-stop Directory for information, supplies, services and support for the homeschool community. Organized by local, national, global resources, local events calendars, special offers, newsletters, educational articles and homeschool support groups. – Crossroads Area Home School Association represents the efforts of over 350 families near Bloomington, IL who have chosen to homeschool their children. CAHSA was formed to create a sense of community as well as to provide an easily accessible network of communication and resources which will better equip parents, enhance the experience for students, and educate local communities about the viability of homeschooling.