This release of Who Has the Frog is a direct result of the demand for a fun, interactive, educational show that helps build ASL vocabulary, communication, self-confidence and verbal skills
Salt Lake City, UT (Vocus) February 29, 2008
Due to customer requests, Two Little Hands Productions, creators of Signing Time!, will release Who Has the Frog?, the newest DVD that continues to teach sign language for kids and adds to Series Two of the Signing Time collection.
“This release of Who Has the Frog is a direct result of the demand for a fun, interactive, educational show that helps build ASL vocabulary, communication, self-confidence and verbal skills,” said Rachel Coleman, co-creator and host of Signing Time. “We are excited to meet the demands of the customer by offering one more volume that encourages sign language and helps children understand relationships between words.”
Featuring Rachel Coleman, her daughter Leah—who is deaf—along with Alex—Leah’s cousin, who can hear—and their animated pet frog Hopkins, Who Has the Frog follows Rachel, Alex and Leah as they try to unlock the mystery of Hopkin’s disappearance, where children learn the signs for Who, What, Where, When and other discovery words.
With Series One containing 13 volumes and Series Two releasing additional volumes throughout year, Signing Time is the largest library of entertaining sign language videos of its kind available and reaches children with diverse learning styles, encouraging interaction through signing, singing, speaking and moving. Who Has the Frog exposes children to powerful “connector” words that are critical as they learn to put the vocabulary words learned throughout Signing Time together in to sentences. The playful story combined with music, animation and many other signing children, keeps kids captivated and asking for more Signing Time!
The Signing Time series teaches babies, toddlers and children of all abilities to communicate using American Sign Language (ASL). Two Little Hands Productions, producers and distributors of Signing Time, released seven new volumes earlier this year, including Nice to Meet You, Happy Birthday to You, Move and Groove, My Favorite Season, Going Outside, Days of the Week and My Favorite Sport.
As early as nine months, babies and toddlers can learn to communicate using signs. Research shows that babies who learn to sign may experience reduced frustrations and fewer tantrums, enhanced cognitive development and increased IQ scores, increased bonding with parents, increased interest in books, and quicker development of speaking, spelling and reading skills.
These new volumes and special pricing are available online on March 1st at http://www.signingtime.com.
ABOUT TWO LITTLE HANDS PRODUCTIONS
Two Little Hands Productions produces and distributes Signing Time!, a captivating and entertaining American Sign Language (ASL) DVD series and Public Television program. Signing Time was created to make signing fun and easy for children of all ages and abilities. Two Little Hands Productions also produced the popular Baby Signing Time DVDs and CDs that have played a prominent role in the recent “baby signing” trend.
The mission of Two Little Hands Productions is to endow children with a sense of discovery by crafting products that encourage them to explore their own abilities and interact with the world around them. Two Little Hands Productions is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. You can visit them at: http://www.signingtime.com.
801.676.4440 Ext. 114
lindsey @ signingtime.com