Using Sign Language in Our Early Childhood Teaching

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Sign Language in Early Childhood Education. By Rachel Pratt. Why and how to incorporate NZ Sign Language into ECE settings and your teaching. NZ Sign Language (NZSL) is one of the three official languages of NZ and all ECE services […]
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