Your baby can learn sign language

28 Nov

Have you ever wanted to know exactly what your baby was thinking?  Don’t you wish your baby could communicate with you?  Guess what?  With Baby Sign Language, you and your baby can now speak each other’s language!  This kit comes complete with everything you need to begin teaching your baby (and you) how to speak with your hands.  And their website is chock full of FREE printables to help you.

Learning to sign with your baby is so simple, you can learn 5 different signs in under 5 minutes.  Here are the Baby Sign Language: Five Starter Signs.  Wouldn’t this make a great gift for the new mom or that baby shower you’re going to next weekend?

See how easy that was?  I was given a kit to review but you can win yours today by entering the giveaway below.

baby sign language kitThe Baby Sign Language Kit includes:

•  52 Flash Cards – that teach words and animal names.  Each flash card has the word and the picture on the front.  On the back, it shows you how to perform the sign.

•  Guide Book – shows you how to teach your child.  You will get a Quick Start Guide that helps you start signing to your baby in just 30 minutes.

•  Dictionary – contains over 600 different signs that include the alphabet and numbers. Each photo has two diagrams that fully explain how to perform the sign.

•  Wall Chart – the 24′ x 36′ chart has  22 basic signs to help remind you how to make them.  It also has basic signs, like eat, drink, and sleep.  You can hang the wall chart on the frig to help caregivers understand what your baby is saying.  Or to teach the Nanny too!

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Just imagine how nice it will be for you and your child to communicate without the frustration of misunderstanding.  And sign language is a great skill to have as they mature; just think how nice your home will be with a teenager that prefers to sign…instead of yell!

Hovering high and low, Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad

10 Responses to “Your baby can learn sign language”

  1. Tina Peterson December 2, 2014 at 10:36 PM #

    Gianna is already speaking a tiny bit – she loves her “kitty” and also saying Hi. We’ve been doing sign language for about 4 months and she knows milk, more and I THINK she recognizes some of the other signs but I’m not positive. This would be an awesome thing to win!

  2. Tamara December 2, 2014 at 7:51 PM #

    My now 18 year old son learned some sign language when he was a toddler. It was through the day care that he attended at that time. There was someone coming in daily to teach another student & he (as well as other students) picked up on the sign language.

    • Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad December 2, 2014 at 9:13 PM #

      That is so awesome, wish I’d done that with my daughter. She was so shy and hated talking…could have opened up a whole new world for her.

  3. Lavende & Lemonade December 2, 2014 at 6:33 PM #

    We’ve used the basics of baby signing and it has been wonderful! I’d love to learn more words…the next little one will be learning “more” first – its so helpful!

  4. Maryann Gates December 2, 2014 at 5:27 PM #

    My friend is due to have their first child in February. I think this would come in handy for her. I never used baby sign language, but I know several other people who did and it worked great for them!

  5. Jodi Flaherty December 2, 2014 at 5:22 PM #

    I only know a few signs I would love to learn more

  6. Dee Mauser December 2, 2014 at 5:21 PM #

    Milk so that he can communicate when he is hungry.

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