The Sun’s going down and it’s time for bed;
but before the farmer can rest her head …
Join the busy farmer on her evening journey across the fields collecting weary animals who are looking forward to bedtime.
Meet new farmyard friends as they clamber on board the tractor.... there’s a tired old sheep, a muddy pig and even a hen in a hurry!
Accompanied by British Sign Language Graphics, this cleverly illustrated book shows you how to communicate key words of the story through sign language as well as spoken words. You won’t need any signing experience to be able to use this book; those who have children with hearing impairments as well as those who adore baby signing will delight in it’s easy to use format and beautiful storyline.
When sign language is used simultaneously with speech, children learn to connect both the sign and word. Research has shown that this connection helps to provide children with a head start in communication, literacy and language.
And don’t forget to find the cat, sleek and aloof , who decided to ride on the …
'Signing and talking simultaneously with young children, to emphasise key words in context, is an important tool with young children in the early stages of language development.'
Talking and Learning with Young Children