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Baby Talk: A Guide to Using Basic Sign Language to Communicate with Your Baby
Jump-start language and learning skills with this simple and elegant guide to using sign language to communicate with your preverbal baby.76% (10)
Imagine averting a tantrum because your baby was able to communicate her desire for a favorite toy without tears, or simply sharing in your baby's wonderment at the sight of a bird on a tree-before he has even uttered his first word! Generally, children do not develop the motor skills necessary to speak until they are two, and yet they are able to communicate using sign language as early as six months. Written by an experienced signer and a mother of three, this illustrated step-by-step guide will allow readers to join the ranks of parents around the world who experience the rich rewards of communicating with their preverbal babies by using sign language.
Studies have shown that babies who are taught to use signs to express themselves before they can actually speak are more contented because they can communicate their basic needs (and ideas!) and also are more skilled at speaking once they begin to acquire language. Full of practical tips, real anecdotes, and straightforward diagrams of more than sixty basic American Sign Language signs, Baby Talk is the essential baby-signing handbook for parents, relatives, and caregivers-and their babies, who are just a little too young to express themselves verbally.
Card For Brian - Congrats On Your New Baby!
A colleague and his girlfriend recently welcomed their first child, a little boy. Here's a shot of the card I made for him. Stampin' Up products used include cardstock (Ballet Blue, Bliss Blue, and Whispering White), inks (Ballet Blue and Not Quite Navy), stamp set (the now-retired "Baby Talk"), buttons, and Stampin' Dimensionals. Non-SU products used include the mini-glue dots and my Sizzix machine.Congratulatory Card For My Secret Pal
My SP posted in her blog that she's expecting. YAY! Here's a congratulatory card I made for her. The die cuts are from my Sizzix machine. Stampin' Up products used include the (brand spankin' new) "Baby Talk" stamp set, Stampin' Dimensionals, and cardstock in Pale Plum, Pixie Pink, Bashful Blue, and Certainly Celery. The purple ink isn't from SU.
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The first five years of a child's life are the most critical for speech and language development, and, as a parent, you are your child's primary language role model. So what are the best ways to help your child develop the all-important skill of communication? Fun, easy, and engaging, this book shows you how! Inside, you'll discover all of the essential steps and checkpoints from birth through age five, tips to help your child progress on schedule, and easy methods to:
·Evaluate and monitor your child's language development
·Understand and deal with environmental impacts such as television and cultural styles
·Recognize the signs of language development problems
·And much, much more!
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