Monday, November 21, 2011

Baby Sign Language

Your baby can communicate with you before he can speak.  Children learn to point, wave goodbye and blow kisses before they can talk.  Your child uses gestures to communicate while his verbal abilities catch up with his intellectual abilities.  Baby sign language enables your child to tell you if he is hungry, thirsty or needs a diaper change.  Baby Signing Time encourages signing and speaking together.  Children hear the word, see the word, say the word, and model the word with their hands.  You don't need to become fluent in sign language; even learning a few signs like ‘milk’, ‘more’ and ‘diaper’ can help.  Baby Signing Time teaches American Sign Language .  If you're going to learn signs, why not use signs for a real language that can be used to communicate with others? Learning ASL will enable your child to communicate with thousands who are hard of hearing or Deaf.  ASL signs are natural, easy and fun for babies, children and adults of all ages.


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