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  1. Hello, I am also HOH, and also my son is Deaf. No she is signing correct. She is signing in English order, and using a variation of signs that are more like English in order to accomodate the song so people can understand how to sign it. ASL is very different from English and even has a different word (sign) order. Some signs have no words, and some words have no signs. She is signing perfectly, don’t mind the person below…

  2. I like to sign to my son a few songs, including “Hush Little Baby.” Every time I come to the part when the looking glass gets broke (I sign: MISTAKE BROKE) He will crack up laughing! haha. Maybe that song is a possibility later if you get a chance?

  3. Hello πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing! I am looking for the website but the link is not working πŸ™ P.S. I am also HOH and I’m sorry the person below posted such a comment. I enjoy learning every variation of sign, because when it comes to communication, getting the message across is most important. I recently had my 2nd child, and he was born Deaf, fully. I’m currently teaching my older 6 year old SEE bcus it is easier for him to understand. I’m just happy he is signing for me&baby finally

  4. Umm, i am hard of hearing and i know asl, this is not how u do the sign, twinkle is right and star is right but the rest is worng…….need to practice more on your signing.

  5. People, remember a lot of people try to teach a language and give bad/wrong information and it is insulting to the Deaf culture and embarrasses you and who taught you. This is just wrong. Interpreter or language students should refrain from trying to teach.

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