Sign Language "I Love You!" Pin Craft Kit
Our Sunday school class is learning sign language. This is the perfect valentine craft for them. I'm happy with the quality and quantity.
February 1, 2012
I had my daughter use these as Father's Day gift for her Papa's. They were easy to assemble but we did have to use a stronger glue to get the fingers to stay down.
June 14, 2011
I used this for my preschool class party. The children and parents loved it and loved how easy to put together.
February 21, 2011
Easy to Make, Fun to Wear
For several years I have been using these "I Love You" craft kits with all of my Deaf students in my counseling classes. They made them for family members and for themselves. This year my Deaf teens will be making them for 120 senior citizens in a retirement community and will present the pins to them at a Valentines's party. In the past we always used a hot glue gun, but this year, since it is easier and not as messy, we will be using the glue dots. We will, however, have to glue down the fingers that form the "I Love You" sign with a glue gun as the dots do not hold them well. The pin is a nice size and is very colorful, The 3-D effect adds to the attractiveness of the pin. I am sure the seniors will love them!
January 11, 2011
Perfect craft for our ASL Class
We made these pins after our very first American Sign Language class. The students were very excited to be making and taking home a token of what they learned. We wear them every Monday when we attend our class.
February 14, 2010
One of my twin daughters, Chloe, attends school for communication and development disorders. She is not deaf, but has a trach. We do sign language and these were absolutely PERFECT for her to give her class! Thank you!
February 11, 2010
This item was purchased for my 8 year old's class for valentine gifts. I always do one craft first to test the ease of assembly. I find glue dots work well on the foam and the kids do well with them. When I work with my 5 year old's class I pre-assemble the difficult parts and let the kids do the rest. It takes time, but saves on frustation for the kids. Overall, I was happy with this craft and the kids loved it!
February 11, 2010
Way too small
I love this idea and craft however, what child is going to be able to manipulate something so small? It just looks so insignificant and would have rather payed a few more dollars to have something that the kids would be proud to take home!
February 8, 2010
It's an easy project for pre-schoolers. The size is smaller than I expect and need to use strong glue to glue the fingers.
February 6, 2010