Adorable Five-Year-Old 'Signs' Carols For Deaf Parents At Christmas School Concert (Video)

10/03/2014 12:26 | Updated 22 May 2015

Watch it and weep – for this is the cutest Christmas school concert you will ever see.

This YouTube clip of a five-year-old girl using sign language during her concert in Florida so her deaf parents wouldn't miss out has melted hearts across the world.

Claire Koch can be seen singing as she uses finger spelling and signing to match the lyrics of popular carols such as Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Jingle Bells.

Proud mum Lori, who is hearing impaired, posted the video after reading about claims that a sign language interpreter at the Nelson Mandela memorial was a fake.

In a tweet, Lori said: "My five-year-old signed even better for her deaf parents in an xmas show."

The video quickly went viral and has had 3 million hits as viewers watch little Claire enthusiastically signing to a series of Christmas songs.

During the video, the other children were doing hand actions for the songs, but Claire stood out from the crowd as she used American Sign Language.

Below you can see Claire and her parents talk more about the video.

5-Year-Old Who Signed Songs For Deaf Parents Talks With HuffPost Live


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