Sign Language Christmas Carols In Kindergarten!
5-year-old Claire Koch gave her parents a wonderful surprise during her class's Christmas concert when she performed some American Sign Language Christmas carols!
Claire, a kindergarten student, was born to two deaf parents, and American Sign Language was her first language. To make sure that her parents enjoyed the concert despite not being able to hear it, she decided to do an ASL interpretation of the song for them!
The exuberant little girl stole the show with her wide gestures and excitement. Signing songs like "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," "I Have a Little Dreidel," and a Santa-themed version of "B-I-N-G-O," Claire's motions really stand out within this group of kids!
Claire's mom told BuzzFeed, "I, myself, haven't been able to stop watching the video!"
Claire is such a fun and expressive little girl, and the love she has for her parents is extremely clear in this adorable video. We think it'll bring some festive cheer to just about anyone!
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