Sign with Your Baby Complete Learning Kit will enable you to communicate at new levels with your baby long before she can speak. This comprehensive package of book, video, and reference guide shows how simple gestures can communicate ideas like "I'm hungry" or "help me." Caregivers grasp baby's needs immediately rather than learn through trial and error. Dr. Joseph Garcia has designed the system so it's not necessary to learn an entire new language, although it also provides a terrific start in American Sign Language for a hearing-impaired child. A fascinating introduction delves into the development of language in children and uses informative line drawings to demonstrate over 150 hand signs for all kinds of actions and nouns. The accompanying video provides practical tips for getting started, some insight into the hows and whys of this method from Dr. Burton White (director of the Center for Parent Education), and inspiring sights of young babies signing effectively with their caregivers. The laminated quick-reference guide lists some of the most common words in any parent's day: cookie, no, and up are but a few. Garcia's clear, concise methods make learning a breeze, and caregivers gain outstanding new abilities to give the best possible care for the babies entrusted to them. --Jill Lightner --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
......An amazing new world of communication." "......An astonishing tool for parents." --abc News, "20/20"
Parents looking for a new way to communicate and bond with their infant and/or toddler now have one - this video, book and chart that teach elementary ASL signing. Eye contact, interaction and language development all get a boost from the kit, which is aimed at ages 6 months to 3 years. Plus, with a few of the simple signs in hand, the little ones can actually help mom and dad figure out what they need. (Eat? Up? More?) Parents who stick with it may also see a broader social advantage: bridging that communication barrier between deaf and hearing people of all ages. A Parents' Choice® Recommendation!
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It was great for teaching my grandaughter how to sign few words. We use the love sign all the time. I purchase this book about 4 years ago.Published 1 month ago by Nancy E. Gordon
You can look this stuff up online, no need to spend so much on this. The video seems like it was recorded back in the 70d's. Not worth it..Published 2 months ago by jessica posell
I received this with VHS tape. I no longer have a VHS player. Who does?Published 2 months ago by A. Benson
Saw the magic that is signing with my first grandchild - a must have for my second.Published 4 months ago by Shari L Modene
Bought as a baby shower gift for my first nephew and he's already signing! It's so wonderful knowing what he is thinking. Every parent should learn to sign with their baby.Published 6 months ago by Kristina
Informative, but not what I was expecting. I was expecting to actually be taught sign language in order to teach my child, not how sign language will affect my child.Published 6 months ago by Travae