Sign Language for Babies

These are just a few of the benefits of teaching your child sign language:

  • Earlier communication with your child. Some children learn to sign as early as 7 or 8 months; much earlier than a typical baby learns to talk!
  • Babies who can communicate through sign are often much happier babies and toddlers which translates into a happier YOU!
  • Babies who can sign have shown less frustration and have fewer tantrums overall, since they can usually communicate their needs better.
  • Studies have shown that babies who learned sign as infants had a higher IQ overall than babies who didn’t learn sign.
  • Children who have learned sign have been shown to have more advanced language skills than children who have not learned sign.
  • Signing in the classroom has led to improved math scores among students.
  • Learning sign language at an early age helps develop the brain in the critical early years of language development.
  • Signing with your child provides a unique bonding experience between you and your child.
  • Signing opens the doors to wonderful friendships with those who use ASL as their primary language.
  • Signing helps promote self-esteem in children.
  • You would be surprised at how often knowing sign language really comes in handy for both you and your child!
  • Signing is FUN for the whole family!!!!!

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One Response
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    Date: February 5, 2013 @ 10:07 pm

    “Grandpa Richard’s Kids ? Sign Language for Babies” was quite engaging and useful! In modern universe honestly, that is very hard to achieve. Thanks a lot, Myles

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