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My Baby Can Talk: Sharing Signs
My Baby Can Talk: Sharing Signs
by Baby Hands Productions

This video takes babies and their parents on an inspiring discovery of twenty-eight words and signs that babies and parents love to share _ including apple, bath, ball, daddy, diaper, elephant, flower, help, mommy, please, share, sleep and thank you. This program includes a parent tutorial focusing on key guidelines to begin signing with babies as well as additional signs for parents to introduce _ including grandma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, brother and sister. Also enclosed is a printed quick reference signing card offering illustrations of the signs presented.

Age: 1 Year-olds | Title: My Baby Can Talk: Sharing Signs  |  Company: Baby Hands Productions

This video takes babies and their parents on an inspiring discovery of twenty-eight words and signs that babies and parents love to share _ including apple, bath, ball, daddy, diaper, elephant, flower, help, mommy, please, share, sleep and thank you. This program includes a parent tutorial focusing on key guidelines to begin signing with babies as well as additional signs for parents to introduce _ including grandma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, brother and sister. Also enclosed is a printed quick reference signing card offering illustrations of the signs presented.

This high quality presentation has bold colors, soft textures, beautiful music, and bright examples that will be calming to your child. The video has an excellent tutorial, which instructs parents on how to help babies through the learning process.
 
When my grandchildren were babies, they loved watching this video. I was suprised at how quickly they learned the signs. I think the repetition, music and pace of the video was a big plus. This has become my favorite gift to give to my "grandmom" friends who have young grandchildren.
 
--Ranny

Baby Hands Productions, creators of the My Baby Can Talk product line, was founded on the principle that babies can communicate at a very early age and with the commitment to offer educational products to promote early language development from simple gestures to first spoken words. The My Baby Can Talk products teaches preverbal babies and their parents to communicate using simple gestures to bridge the gap between the time babies can communicate with their hands and the time babies can speak. This period of time generally falls within the range of ten to thirty-six months.   

Babies are able to communicate at a much earlier age than they are able to speak and research has shown that babies who use sign language tend to speak sooner with larger vocabularies. This video teaches babies American Sign Language (ASL) in a format that delights the senses while tapping into a baby's natural language abilities. This award winning series encourages babies and parents to communicate at an early age, reducing frustration and creating a special bond that is so important for healthy child development.

We suggest that you watch the video with your baby several times each week and at the same time during the day until your baby has learned all the signs that are of interest to him or her. Pick a time when your baby is well rested and most playful.

You may want to consider the time that the video is playing as a time to teach your baby to sign using the video as a learning tool. The video should be viewed as a resource to encourage interaction between you and your baby using sign language. Your baby will look to you to determine how her or she should interact with the video. Therefore, if you watch the video, comment on the images and sounds, point at the images, say the words and make the signs as they are presented then her or she is more likely to do the same.

There are many ways to watch the video with your baby and our advice is that you try a couple of methods that we have found to be very useful. One method is to place your baby on your lap and make the signs that are presented on the video on your baby's body or in front of your baby as each sign is presented in the video. Another method is to sit next to your baby or facing your baby and sign on your own body.

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