Category Archives: American Sign Language

Quarantine Special! Little Hands Signing Video Sessions Now Available!

Book an interactive session for your family or group and celebrate American Sign Language through stories, songs, and more – all while social distancing in the comfort of your own home! Kathy MacMillan presents interactive theme-based classes that combine age-appropriate … Continue reading

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Video Storytimes with NITA’S FIRST SIGNS and SHE SPOKE

I’m delighted to share two online storytimes I got to present this week: Here’s NITA’S FIRST SIGNS, presented in American Sign Language, as part of #OperationASLStorytime and hosted by D-PAN.TV: The Sign Language Channel. (English captioning coming soon for the … Continue reading

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Sign Language for Children in Storytime or the Classroom starts March 2!

Sign Language for Children in Storytime or in the Classroom: A Practical Guide eCourse Instructor: Kathy MacMillan, NIC, M.L.S. Asynchronous eCourse beginning Monday, March 2, 2020 and continuing for 6 weeks (Participants will have 12 weeks to complete course materials.) … Continue reading

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The Great American Sign Language Mystery comes to Lewes, DE

Homeschool Connection: The Great American Sign Language Mystery Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 1 PM Lewes Public Library, 111 Adams Ave., Lewes, DE 19958   Where did American Sign Language come from? Flex your fingers and join in the hunt … Continue reading

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Registration now open for Winter/Spring eCourses for Librarians and Educators!

Registration is now open for upcoming sessions of my popular eCourses through the American Library Association! Basic American Sign Language for Library Staff eCourse begins January 13, 2020. Sign Language for Children in Storytime or in the Classroom: A Practical … Continue reading

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Featured Programs for Summer Reading 2020

The Collaborative Summer Reading Theme for 2020 is: Imagine Your Story, featuring fairy tales, mythology, and fantasy I’ve got you covered with programs for all ages that fit the theme! For all ages: Once Upon a Sign Come away to … Continue reading

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Coming Up in November: The Great American Sign Language Mystery

     

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Comings and Goings

What a wild October it’s been so far! My house has been on the market for nearly a year, and it finally sold – with less than 2 weeks to pack everything up and move out! I am so grateful … Continue reading

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See you this Sunday at the MD Renaissance Festival!

I’ll be signing at the Maryland Renaissance Festival in Crownsville, MD this Sunday!  Hope to see you there! Sunday, October 6,  11 AM-5 PM: Maryland Renaissance Festival: Visiting Author at Page After Page Bookstore Come learn to write your name … Continue reading

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Terrific Teacher Resources

It’s back to school time, and I’ve got some great resources related to my books for teachers! She Spoke: 14 Women Who Raised Their Voices and Changed the World This unique nonfiction picture book highlights 14 women who raised their … Continue reading

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