A group of New Jersey second graders are already fluent in sign language. Kim Peyton, who is deaf, began teaching her special education and general ed students sign language last year. She thought it'd be a fun way to promote inclusion in the class. "My students can sign because it became part of our school day," Peyton told InsideEdition.com. "They embraced the visual and wanted to learn the language and they thought it was fun and cool." InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps has more.