Children everywhere love the story of how Rudolph and his glowing red nose guided Santa’s sleigh through the night skies on a blustery Christmas Eve long ago. This classic has since been made into several books and movies.
See Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer signed:
As with any name, the first time you will need to fingerspell R-U-D-O-L-P-H and then either set him up in space OR create an assigned sign name with the children so that you can use that for the rest of the story. I have used a R handshape on the nose, or the sign for deer with R handshapes. Normally we have a discussion about it together, and the children decide what they think Rudolph's assigned sign name should be.
There are many nice signing activities you can do with this book and song. For a great recipe that goes with the theme of this book, see my article Cooking Up Language with Signs: Peanut Butter Reindeer / Rudolph Cookies.
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