My friend home-schools her daughter, who is six. She asked if I would work with her daughter on sign language. I have tons of material and access to even more.
I figured if we could start with fingerspelling then move onto
vocabulary groups, that might be the best way to approach it. So,
fruits and vegetables are going to be some of the first signs that we
work on. Their family eats no flesh, although they do eat
ice-cream, use butter, and sparingly eat cheese. The bulk of
their diet consists of beans, rice, greens, cornbread, and other good
stuff of that nature.
So I thought, fruit, apples, peaches, grapes, potatoes, tomatoes, and
such would be applicable and a good place to start. She can use
the signs effectively and that makes it more fun for her. I think
that the little one (who is a little over a year and a half) will learn