Stop Tantrums and Start Conversations
A few simple signs can help you communicate with your baby using your baby's natural abilities. Want to know if that cry is because he is hungry, needs a diaper change, or is tired? Frustration diminishes significantly when a child can communicate. Fewer tantrums mean a better relationship!
Sign Babies ASL Flash Cards make it easy to learn the signs you and you child need most. They are beautifully illustrated and are very eye-catching. The back side has an easy-to-understand hint and picture of the sign. Save $15: All 6 Sets for $49.99Use the cards individually or create a custom book in a photo album. Independent Review
Want more information about how your baby is developing and what signs your baby needs at every age and every stage? Baby Signing 1, 2, 3 is the answer to all your signing questions. Winner of the iParenting Media Award! This book covers your child's physical, emotional, mental and linguistic development at every age and how signing fits in to the picture. If you are starting to sign with your baby at 4 months or 14 months, this book tells you how to do it and gives you activities to help you and your baby learn to sign quickly and successfully. This is the first book to include a chapter dedicated to signing with children with Special Needs. #1 Selling ASL-based Baby Signing Book in bookstores. Autographed by author.
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Sign Babies Board Books are the first board books specifically created for babies and parents to sign from begining to end. Babies learn best from interaction and Sign Babies board books are the perfect way for parent and baby to do just that. Instead of just a picture of the object, Nancy Cadjan teaches the fundamentals of ASL signing by putting the objects in context. The mini-story features sentences at the top of the page with the exact signs shown on the bottom of the page. More Please is the first book in this series relating some of the most important signs to parents and babies, including: milk, food, play, books, hugs, banana, and thank you.
Check out a great website for parents: What to Expect