Kat Reading

Kat Reading

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Three Billy Goats Gruff

Miss Kat brought home a "story board" with pictures. They had read the story of "Three Billy Goats Gruff" in class that day. She is retelling the story for all of us. (It is captioned for the signing impaired)



abcohende said...

Hi Miss Kat's parents,

It is a great delight to see 5 year old Miss Kat telling a story in sign language. I can see her signing classifiers, role shifting, eye gaze, and facial expressions!

It pleases me to see that she is doing so well and she looked so excited to tell a story!

Thank you so much for sharing with all of us, and having us to meet the famous Miss Kat!

Keep it up with your great job with your daughter, and you deserve a pat on your back!

Amy Cohen Efron

leah said...

What a great job! I'm still not very good with my receptive sign language, but I picked up on some of it. I'm thankful for the captions, though!

Being able to re-tell a story is such an important skill. You are doing such a great mama!

leah said...

Ack. I can't write tonight, obviously. I meant to say, "you are doing such a great job, mama!"

kim (faceme) said...

That is so cute. I LOVE watching little kids sign. She's so lucky to be learning at such a young age. :-)

Karen Mayes said...

Oh adorable! :o)

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see her writing skills. Wait until she reaches about 6-7 years old!

It's going to be lots of fun.

White Ghost

David said...

Absolutely delightful! Always wonderful to see children signing. I agree with A.C.E.

Thank you for sharing this video.


Dianrez said...

Ooh, that was delightful! Made my day!

Anonymous said...

"The signing impaired"... ha ha