In my childhood experience, I was fluent in sign language and I observed that hearing children seemed to be motivated to communicate with me. I got the opportunity to teach them basic ABC fingerspelling first with creative ways like using lipreading with no voice to using lip moving with letter A then following the ABC order and pointing to each category in daily life such as family name. Sign language is easier to understand when you imagine a picture. Hearing people can use sign language to communicate with deaf children, senior citizens, hard of hearing, and even infants. Also, sign language can be a tool and I think it is interesting to learn sign language.