Many families have asked about learning American Sign Language over and above the signs we teach during home visits.  This page has some resources online as well as classes which are in person.  
For the benefit of your child, please learn to sign.  It is easiest to turn your voice off while you are learning so that you present signs for the information you want to convey.  When you are used to using sign, then add the voice back into the message.  
Please ask as many questions as you can of me now!  It is very important to communicate with your child as they grow and your relationship develops. Communication is terribly important to their social development as well as their educational development.  





Time to Sign Video Lessons
http://www.timetosign.com/time-to-sign-tv.html



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 Northern Virginia Community College ASL classes
http://courses.vccs.edu/colleges/nova/courses/ASL-AmericanSignLanguage

Free ASL class on line
https://www.startasl.com/

This subscription-based website provides ASL video lessons. The content is for anyone who wishes to learn ASL, regardless of age. It has been designed to instruct deaf students, parents of deaf children, and the community-at-large. You may cancel your subscription at any time. Nationally certified interpreters teach all lessons.

http://www.asldeafined.com/

ASL Pro- Lessons as well as ASL games 
http://www.aslpro.com/

Online ASL Classes with Gallaudet University  http://www.gallaudet.edu/asl/asl-online-.html 

Learn ASL online    https://signingonline.com/

ASL 101 Learn ASL online http://www.signlanguage101.com/

ASL Dictionary http://www.aslpro.com/cgi-bin/aslpro/aslpro.cgi