Sisters sing pop songs in sign language
October 18, 2016
Shaylee, a young deaf girl from the United States, has released a new video where she performs songs in American Sign Language with her sister, Ivy.
Using ASL, the two young girls create new pop songs that have never been sung before.
Their mother Sheena McFeely says that she has always encouraged her children to be themselves.
The two sisters enjoy a lot of popularity on YouTube. They also run a Facebook page where they share different lessons about learning sign language.
Shaylee has also signed Christmas stories in the past.
Watch in Sign Language
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