Georgia Frawley

Kid’s Music / ALS / Babies, Toddlers, Childrens Programs

Georgia Frawley presents a variety of programs for children and adults.  Her music shows as well as her American Sign Language ASL programs engage, teach, and are fun for everyone.

Her Play-along participatory kids songs that have children from toddlers to elementary school ages singing and moving along to new and traditional songs.  Her American Sign Language, ASL programs include ASL and songs for all ages, Preschool ASL and songs Program, Baby and Toddler ASL Program which is also an educational time for parents to learn about the use of ASL for early learning and fun.  Georgia has programs ideal for:

  • 2017 Library Summer Reading Show: Designed for Hands – Georgia provides all kinds of programs featuring American Sign Language (ASL).  She instructs and demonstrates the use of ASL for fun and engaging activities.  All of Georgia’s ASL programs offer fun and interactive songs that children love to sing and sign. She has programs for:
  • Library Shows
  • Preschool Shows
  • Baby and Toddler Programs
  • Special Needs Programs

Georgia Frawley, M.A. for over 30 years taught high school students to effectively use sign language and playful and interactive songs with young children as part of her classes on Child Development, Parenting, and Marriage and Family.  She was exposed to how powerful movement, especially signing, was as a memory and recall tool when she worked as a dorm counselor at the California School for the Deaf in Riverside, California.

She has performed over 1000 musical and storytelling programs throughout Southern California.  She has lectured on the use of interactive songs and on the use of American Sign Language at conferences across the United States. She has co-produced the We Sign DVD series.  Georgia has co-authored Sign to Speak: Babies Can Talk and Sign to Speak: Toddlers at Play which feature American Sign Language, ASL to enhance early learning and communication.  She co-authored Play-Along Songs Volumes 1, 2, and 3 that feature participatory songs to enhance motor skills, support early learning, encourage language development, and provide hours of musical fun.

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