GREAT for non-verbal children :) Includes: •20 posters of functional signs •Smaller hand-outs of signs to send home to parents, as well as hand out to anybody who works with the child teachers •Descriptions for more difficult signs
"Being an Educator is My Profession, but being a Teacher is, My Dream, My Calling, My Passion, My Motivation, My Inspiration, My Encouragement, My Enthusiasm and My Hope! My Hope… is that I make a difference for at least “one” throughout this journey we are on" -Catina Hawkins/ South Carolina, Special Education Teacher, M.Ed.
Jack Walsh, "Five Flavors of Dumb" Piper's deafness was a significant part of the story. People would think that she can't understand them when she could because she could read their lips. People would take their advantage to hear and make it seem like Piper was dumb. Piper showed cleverness when she used her inability to hear against people she didn't like by using sign language which brought out her character In the book