Signing Story Time brings preschool-aged children together to listen to a story and learn rudimentary sign language with their caregiver in a four-week session. American Sign Language can help nonverbal toddlers communicate more effectively and improve language and literacy skills in preschool-aged children. It is very important for young children to be introduced to sign language and made aware of the richness of the deaf culture. Sign language is also a good way for young children to communicate. After the story, tots come together to make crafts.
Kent (Conn.) Memorial Library teaches sign language to toddlers through storytime.