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    Default Auslan sign language help please?

    Hi everyone, our speech therapist has recommended increasing our signing vocabulary with our 3yo son who is just beginning to speak. We currently use more, finished, up, down, ta (thank you), eat, and drink.

    I am looking for a visual chart for ourselves and other family members to become familiar with so we can start introducing new signs. Maybe something A4 size that can be printed off the net with common everyday signs, like toilet, go to sleep, etc.?

    This might be a big ask because I can't seem to find anything like this out there but thought I'd ask what others are using and have found resourceful. Thank you!

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    Hi there

    Signplanet.net has Auslan signs you can print out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummie2B View Post
    Hi there

    Signplanet.net has Auslan signs you can print out.
    Thank you so much, that's perfect!

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    I've also found the ridbc key signs Auslan tutor app helpful. It's free.

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    We use an A4 sheet @ work with common useful signs for translation. Might not be kid appropriate but you could cut and paste? PM your details if interested I could email/post

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon1mous View Post
    I've also found the ridbc key signs Auslan tutor app helpful. It's free.
    Yes this is great, I used it when teaching auslan as lote at school. Get frequent visitors (grandparents, cousins etc) to download it an practice such frequent signs. m
    Eta last time I looked the full app was over $20, but could be very worthwhile to invest in?


 

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