American Sign Language (ASL) is a communication tool widely used within Deaf culture, however, there are remarkable, groundbreaking studies that suggest ASL is a great resource for teaching all children (hearing, hear-of-hearing, or deaf) language and communication. Many parents struggle to understand their children at a very young age. Children are able to comprehend hand movements and communicate as early as 18-months. ASL is a great resource for all parents and children to develop language and stronger bonds at an earlier period of a child's life. So why is it that the only resources parents have to ASL teaching mechanisms are so bland and even rare to find commercially? There is a high demand in the Deaf community alone for a fun, interactive way to be exposed to and learn ASL. Children's toys is just one of the first steps on the long road of better resources and advertising to the Deaf community and connecting them with everyday culture and society.