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CLASSES

We love giving the gift of communication to pre-verbal babies, toddlers, and school aged children! It's incredible every time we see how much it has helped reduce the stress of the parents and baby!

DAYCARES

We have a curriculum specifically designed for your daycare no matter how big or small. Our families now look for centers that will continue to sign with their little ones. Call us about bringing our award winning curriculum to your center.

WORKPLACE WORKSHOPS

Charlene, President of MSH London is a guest speaker whose presentations are dynamic and entertaining and is available to speak at your event or conference on the benefits of using sign language signs.

Looking for one of  London’s Hottest Parent and Baby Classes? We have it with our unique and Canadian award winning, “My Smart Hands” program!

In a playful, educational and language-rich environment, caregivers and children will build their American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary through using books, games and songs.  You will learn recommended first signs; we  demonstrate easy techniques for successfully integrating signs into everyday life. Some of the ASL vocabulary covered everyday words, family, food, animals, emotions, opposites, bed time and play signs.

These 30-minute preschool-style classes are designed to be taught to a group of children in a daycare setting with the daycare provider(s) present.  Class lengths and topics can be customized to the needs of each daycare, whether in-home or center. Class is very interactive while the little ones learn signs through songs, games, activities, and books making it fun!

We are proud to offer conferences and workshops just as we have here in London through the Thames Valley District School Board.  These workshops are designed to give child care providers, educators, and homeschooling parents the tools to incorporate American Sign Language (ASL) into the current curriculum.

Participants will learn hundreds of signs along with simple, memorable ways to integrate sign language into their everyday.