The Baby Signing Book, Second Edition
Want to be able to talk with your baby even before words come out of their mouth? You can. How is it possible? Teaching yourself and your baby how to do American Sign language can help you understand your baby better faster. “The Baby Signing Book” shows simple ways to learn ASL while teaching you little love ASL at the same time.
Isn’t Sign Language just for people with hearing loss? I don’t think so. Imagine how amazing it will be to know your baby would like some more food or to be picked up by using simple signing. Learning ASL will not only improve your communication early with your child, it will also be a valuable skill later in life when wanting to communicate with others that have hearing loss.
I am super excited to get started signing with my granddaughter. I want to know everything I can about what she is thinking so early on in life. We start this weekend.
Featuring 100 additional ASL symbols, plus more case studies than the first edition!
The interest surrounding baby signing only continues to increase as more parents embrace this means of communication with babies before they can talk. Sign language gives babies a way to express their wants and needs, easing frustration for both baby and parent.
This bestselling course in baby signing has been updated to include more ASL symbols, additional case studies and updated information.
Part 1 of the book provides an introduction to signing with babies and young children.
Part 2 is an illustrated dictionary of 450 ASL signs.
Part 3 provides songs and rhymes you can sign with your child.
Special features include:
• The top five signing tips
• A program that parents can customize according to their family’s needs
• Answers to frequently asked questions Instructions on the five distinct components of ASL signs: body space, hand shape, movement, palm orientation and facial expression
• Age-specific advice on how to teach sign language as your child develops
By simply following this book, a special world of communication awaits you.
Sara Bingham is the founder of WeeHands, the world’s leading children’s sign language and language development program for babies, toddlers and preschool children. she is a mother of two and a frequent contributor to parenting magazines and baby-related professional websites.
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