Talking Hands

Theatrical Release: May 14, 2002
DVD Release: May 14, 2002
Talking Hands
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Synopsis

“Talking Hands” introduces young children to more than 30 common words using signs and gestures based on American Sign Language and Signing Exact English. Studies show that children have the ability to gesture and sign even before they can speak, and this type of interaction helps with language development. Whether you have a hearing child, a child who is hearing-impaired, or a child with special needs, “Talking Hands” encourages family interaction and quality bonding time. Learning to sign is fun for everyone!

Dove Review

This video teaches young children to sign using pictures, music and narration. Kids participate by signing as well. This will capture your child’s attention and teach him important signs and gestures like ‘mother,’ ‘father,’ ‘baby,’ ‘boy,’ ‘girl,’ ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ to name but a few. They present the signs, repeat and review to ensure that any young child can follow along. Your child will be signing in no time.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
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Info

Company: Small Fry Productions
Director: Dennis Fedoruk
Producer: Jeanne Ammons, Dawn Dolson and Barbara Germiller
Genre: Language
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Liz Storch, Tommy and Jean Ammons, Clarence B. Ammons, Mark and Lee Ann Ammons, Jerry and Sharon Boyd, Kenneth Close, and Dennis and Sara Duprey
Reviewer: Dave Lukens