Learning Other Languages
As time goes on and education evolves, it seems that more and more educational platforms are recognizing the importance of teaching other languages to students. In fact, in most schools in the United States, learning another language is even required throughout middle or high school. When people think of learning another language, most people immediately think of Spanish or French. Your mind probably went there too!
American Sign Language
However, did you know that most states recognize American Sign Language (ASL) as a “foreign” language as well? Unfortunately, sign language classes online or sign language classes for kids unfortunately aren’t as readily available as some of those other more “popular” or well-known languages, despite ASL being more necessary than ever!
The Need for American Sign Language
As a matter of fact, did you know that deafness is the number one birth defect in the United States? You’ll never know when your child will encounter someone who speaks ASL (or if your child relies upon ASL themself!), so let’s get them ready to communicate through sign language classes online now!
There are various forms of sign language, but ASL has proven to be one of the most widely used forms of sign language. So, if you want your child to learn sign language in order to communicate with others presently or simply to have this foundational knowledge for any others they may encounter throughout their lives, ASL online sign language classes are a great offering of ours that you can (and should!) take advantage of.
Sign Language Classes Online with Dailies
Dailies parents have historically raved about our ASL classes. Go to daliiespods.com to try out your first sign language class for kids…for free!