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Watch children aged 3 to 5 use American Sign Language

Watch children aged 3 to 5 use American Sign Language with adults at home and with other Deaf children in preschool.
A video frozen in a scene that shows three young children signing to each other. The subtitle on the screen says "He feels frustrated because he has a cut on his arm"

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Pragmatic Language Using American Sign Language (ASL) in Early Childhood Education - California School for the Deaf (CS)

Watch children aged 3 to 5 use American Sign Language. The children in this video are all Deaf. Some are signing to adults at home. Others are in preschool signing with other Deaf children.

The video has open captions in English.

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