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Shoe Description: Secondary arm held horizontal in front of body. Arched fingers of open primary hand slip over top of secondary hand. Definition: A covering for the foot made of leather, cloth, or other material. Also Means: shoes - See more at: http://www.british-sign.co.uk/british-sign-language/how-to-sign/shoe/#sthash.Mmbfl9gv.dpuf

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Join us at the Kimberly Library September 12, 19, 26 from 3:45-4:30 to learn basic sign language. The program is geared for children K-6 and will cover letters, numbers, colors, days of the week, question words, basic sentences, and frequently used signs in school.

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KS4 GCSE Higher Tier Specifications and Objectives: 30 lesson plans in PowerPoint Set 2

Standard style lesson plans put into PowerPoint for easy showing in the classroom, printing for handouts etc. All the objectives covering Number, Probabil...

Twinkl Resources >> Good Listening Display Posters >> Classroom printables for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Primary School and beyond! good listening, listen, behaviour management, SEN, good sitting, good looking, good listening, lips closed, brain box,

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"istening and lipreading is very exhausting for many deaf and hard of hearing people and they need more visual access like captioning or sign language. So just sitting in front and trying to listen or lipread is not a full and equal accessibility solution for many of us."

Toilet Description: Extended index finger of primary hand taps inside edge of palm twice.(makaton different?) Definition: A toilet is used for receiving and taking away human waste. - See more at: http://www.british-sign.co.uk/british-sign-language/how-to-sign/toilet/#sthash.lAhTTuzb.dpuf

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Money: Description: Primary hand with thumb tip held against fingers. Primary a hand taps open palm of secondary hand. Definition: The coins or paper bills of a country that are used to buy things or pay for services. - See more at: http://www.british-sign.co.uk/british-sign-language/how-to-sign/money/#sthash.DXhFNrvi.dpuf

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