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Signing Savvy Shared Word Lists

Signing Savvy Shared Word Lists

One of the great ways of finding signs on Signing Savvy is through other members word lists. Members can choose to shared their word lists and these words lists appear under the Shared Word Lists link in the Browse Signs Read more…


Signing Savvy Printing

Signing Savvy Printing

One of the truly unique features of Signing Savvy is the ability to actually print a hard copy of the sign videos. So let me go ahead and bring up a sign, in this case the sign for HELP, and Read more…


Signing Savvy Search Feature

Signing Savvy Search Feature

One of the most popular features on Signing Savvy is the ability to search directly for a word or phrase. To search simply type the word or phrase in the search bar at the top of the browser. I will Read more…


Signing Savvy Creating Word Lists

Signing Savvy Creating Word Lists

Once of the most compelling Signing Savvy member features is the ability to create and organize your own word lists. To create a word list, simply click on My Word Lists in the Browse Signs box. You can see here Read more…


Signing Savvy Word List Flash Cards, Quizzes, and Printing

Signing Savvy Word List Flash Cards, Quizzes, and Printing

Word lists are not only a great way to organize words but there is several other things you can do with them. Let me go ahead and bring up a word list I am go ahead and click on MY Read more…


Signing Savvy | Michigan Business

Signing Savvy | Michigan Business

“I’m Jillian Winn and I’m John Miller. And we’re the co-founders of Signing Savvy. It’s what we like to call the most comprehensive sign language resource on the web. I was an educator for years of children who are deaf Read more…


About Signing Savvy: Your Sign Language Resource

About Signing Savvy: Your Sign Language Resource

[music] Over 90% of deaf and hard of hearing children are born into hearing families. So that statistic alone is shocking for a lot of people to hear. But what that means is that over 90% of the children are Read more…