Baby Sign Language
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet A to G|
descriptionLearn the letters of the alphabet, from A to G, in sign language.
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet H to K
H, I, J, K, H, I, J, K
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet L to P
L, M, N, O, P, L, M, N, O, P
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet
-This is how we sign the alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z. Now, I know my A,B, C, next time won't you sing with and sign with me.
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet Q to V
Q, R, S, T, U, V, Q, R, S, T, U, V,
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet W to Z
W, X, Y, Z, W, X, Y, Z
Baby Sign Language: Basic Routines
-Here are some basic routine signs to help you get through your day with your baby. Some babies get very overwhelmed or upset when they're hungry or tired or need a diaper change. Some babies get very excited when it's time for their bath, these signs will help get you through those transitions and
Baby Sign Language: Mealtime
Use these signs to figure out what your baby does—and doesn't—like to eat.
Baby Sign Language: Key Phrases
Once you get comfortable signing single words, try these common short phrases.
Baby Sign Language: An Introduction
Learn when to start signing with your baby, plus find out the benefits of baby sign language.Lora Heller. I'm a music therapist, and teacher of the deaf, and founding director of Baby Fingers in New York City. Our program teaches sign language through songs and musical play to help parents bond with their babies and to help jump start language development. Today, I'd like to teach you some signs that you can use with your baby, but first, I think you should know why. There are tremendous amount of benefits to introducing your baby to sign language at an early age. First and most important is communication. A lot of studies show that babies who sign have a higher