The easy way to teach sign language to babies and toddlers ages 0 to 3
Sign language is a fun and effective way for babies to communicate without words and develop essential early learning skills, but knowing where to start can be a challenge. This book of baby sign language makes it easy, with 101 useful, everyday ASL signs and a clear, simple format that explains what signs are best to start with and tips for teaching them. Whether it’s asking for milk or telling you that they’re tired, you’ll learn how to give your baby the tools to tell you what they’re thinking.
- Baby sign language basics―Get an overview of what baby sign language is and how it can help you and your child connect, as well as how it can aid in their development.
- How to teach signs―Find guidance for getting started, capturing your baby’s attention, and when to add more signs based on their age and progress.
- Easy organization―Each chapter is organized by topics like mealtime, getting dressed, playtime, animals, and feelings, so it’s quick to find the signs you need.
Start communicating early, with the baby sign language book that makes it simple.
From the Publisher
Learn a new level of connection with:
The first 10 signs
Get off on the right foot with the top 10 starter signs, chosen for how easy they are to learn and how often most babies will use them: milk, eat, more, all done, bed, dog, light, ball, book, and car.
Enough range for babies and toddlers
It’s never too early to start signing—even with a newborn! This book covers signs for 0-6 months, when your baby will just be absorbing information, 6-12 months, when they’ll likely start signing back, and to 24 months and beyond when they can combine signs with speech.
Tips and tricks for success
Find guidance on teaching signs in a way babies can understand, the best times to use them, how to identify when your baby is trying to sign back to you, and tricks for remembering what different signs mean.
Publisher:Rockridge Press (June 12, 2018)
Item Weight:1 pounds
Dimensions:8.5 x 0.5 x 8.8 inches