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Fingerspelling
This fingerspelling game encourages kids to improve their fingerspelling skills and comprehension. A hand appears on the screen and spells out a word for the user to type out. A correct response earns a point; an incorrect response loses a point. The game can be customized to accommodate varying levels of fingerspelling knowledge: the user can set the maximum number of letters as well as adjust the speed.



What is this Letter Sign?
“What is this Letter Sign?” is a fun game in which the user can practice the sign language alphabet. A cartoon character either gives the sign for a letter or else asks for the sign for a letter. The user must then choose the correct response from three options. Although audio is involved in this game, it includes closed captioning.



What is This Number Sign?
“What is This Number Sign?” helps kids to practice their sign language numbers 1-20 in a fun and engaging way. A cartoon character either gives the sign for the number or else asks for the sign for the number. The user must then choose the correct response from three options. Although audio is involved in this game, it includes closed captioning.



What is This Color Sign?
“What is This Color Sign?” is an enjoyable and interactive way for kids to practice their American Sign Language (ASL) signs for different colors. A cartoon character either offers the sign for a particular color or asks for the sign for the color. The user may then choose the correct response from three different options. Although audio is involved in this game, the game includes closed captioning.



What is This Shape Sign?
“What is This Shape Sign?” is a fun way for kids to learn the different American Sign Language (ASL) signs for shapes! A cartoon characters either gives the sign for a shape or gives the shape and asks the user for the sign. The user then may choose the correct response from three different options. Although audio is involved in this game, it includes closed captioning.



Sign the Alphabet
Kids have the opportunity to practice their sign language letters and numbers with this game. In Level 1, the user is shown a sign and has multiple choice options to choose the response from. Level 1 also includes a chart of the full sing language alphabet and numbers. Level 2, however, is a little trickier. The user must type in the response (this level is not multiple choice). There is also no chart included with Level 2.





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