I know I've seen posts on sign language before, but I can't for the life of me seem to be able to find them...
Does anyone use an actual curriculum for sign langauge? Or do you just use an ASL dictionary and learn that way?
I found this site that interested me a bit more than some of the others: http://www.start-american-sign-language.com/sign-language-software.html where it can be purchased and it was under their homeschool option for not online, and I haven't checked it out, and I know they have a free version too, but its not everything. I'm just finding SO much out there, and I don't know what is good or not.
My main thing - I need something super cheap or free, at least until next year. Hopefully by then hubby will be working again (he's retiring TODAY!). I also have to hold off on all the little spending on things still needed for the school year til Dec because we won't be getting paid for Oct or Nov, but will be backpaid come Dec... I'm starting to freak out a bit because of this.
We're doing Mandarin this year too, but that is more of a pet project, and I think the sites I found will be enough to carry us through the year, or at the very least "compete" with my brother's family who just moved to China. We're going to see how quickly we can push each other. I found a tutor for next year, so we're a little excited about that :)
Sorry I got side tracked...Any suggestions on easy/inexpensive ways to learn Sign Language would be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you :)