Babies in Dayton, Maine, USA, are excited to learn sign language lessons to prepare for the school's first deaf student.
Up to now, the children here have learned up to 20 words and phrases to help Baby Morey Belanger integrate more easily with their classmates.
Belanger Morey next to her brother.
Teachers also hang sign boards in sign language around the school to help students remember common phrases to communicate with the 6-year-old girl. They even have a Cinderella Princess who translates songs for children – this is definitely the best way to learn new languages.
Principal Kimberly Principal said that Morey's coming to the school was positive for not only the school's employees but also the students here. She shared with Fox5: "Morey did not know that she taught us a profound lesson. I brought a cultural beauty to this place. "
Princess Cinderella translates the song for Morey to hear.
Morey is very welcome at school.
Sampietro Principal recently installed a hearing aid system at school to help deaf students learn more easily. Not only that, she also organized sign language training courses for teachers with online tutorials. Of course, her efforts were well rewarded, with Morey integrating with you very quickly.
Sampietro said: "Children love her very much. They admire Morey, want her to play with her and want to be her friend."
Morey and Shannon.
Morey's mother, Shannon Belanger, felt overwhelmed and grateful for the school's efforts: "I feel that she is very welcome here. I think the children are all interested in them learning a new language."
According to Unilad