Sign of The Week – QUICK
It’s more fun and effective teaching quick and slow with movement and music activities, or if you are up for it, race with your students to see how “quick” they can run…
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Children can begin to associate activities that happen on different days. For example, on Mondays, they go back to school, on Fridays, there is no homework, and on Wednesdays, they do P.E. in school.
Even if they haven’t fully grasped the concept of time, they learn to associate different days with different activities.
In this video, I show you the signs for the days of the week and you can also sing along to the song “Days Of The Week” too.
Luckily the days of the week are the same for Lámh and Irish Sign Language, so this song can also help teachers who are working with deaf students using ISL.
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All Lámh signs used on this website are with reference to the official Lámh website.
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