October 23, 2007

The Baby Signing Book


As any parent of a toddler can tell you, the ability of babies to understand what they see and hear develops well before their ability to speak. But, you can give them that ability with sign language. With the Baby Signing Book you can teach your child 350 age- and developmentally-appropriate signs. Starting at 7 to 9 months old, or when your baby first starts to wave bye-bye or raise his hands to be picked up, you can begin teaching some simple signs like eat, milk, and more. Then you just add new ones as you and your baby are ready. The book includes clear instructions and many illustrations so you're not totally lost. This is a book that I definitely wish we had a while ago. We use a few signs ourselves (even though Andy hasn't really picked them up), but we don't use them too extensively because we don't know the signs!

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Posted by Peter at October 23, 2007 9:45 AM
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Thank you for the great review! Jamie (illustrator) and I are very proud of The Baby Signing Book! Please let us know if any of your visitors have any questions about signing with your baby!

Happy Signing!

Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder
Author of The Baby Signing Book
W: www.weehands.com
T: 1-866-746-SIGN
E: info@weehands.com

“There are no hands so small that they cannot make a difference in the world." - Author Unknown

Posted by: Sara Bingham at October 24, 2007 9:46 AM
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