Seattle Children's Museum

Le Petit Chouette

Recently was a substitute ASL teacher at this museum, and got to know some friendly museum staffers. One (Sharon) knew enough basic sign and fingerspelling to communicate with me and help out as a class assistant. Another (who worked at the entrance/front desk) had already remembered my son's sign name by the second week we stopped by! Such a great place for tykes -- be sure to check out their Friday sign language classes if you're in the area!

  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Speaks Clearly
  • Positive Attitude
  • Knows Sign Language

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