Long before your baby can say mama, he can learn the word in sign langauge.
Ready to learn baby sign language? Begin with these eight commonly used words.
I like to teach you some common greeting signs so that you can start signing with your baby right away. Remember that consistency is the key to developing vocabulary. Hello. In American sign language, hello is a salute from the head. Hello. And goodbye is a simple way. Goodbye. Hello. Goodbye. Good morning. So the second part of the sign is using your arm as though it's the sun rising. Morning. The first part of the sign is your hand moving from your chin. The hand that's moving from your chin is the hand that uses consistent movement to make the sunrise. Good morning. Good morning. For good night, your arm makes the sunset. Night. Night. And we sign good the same way. Good night. Good night.
What does your baby want for breakfast? Let him tell you with baby sign language!
Learn when to start signing with your baby, plus find out the benefits of baby sign language.
-These are some signs that you'll use at meal time. Hungry, like the food going down, hungry. Thirsty, swallowing a liquid, thirsty. More, I want more and finished and all done. I like. Your thumb and your middle finger, open out your chest and pull out the clothes, I like. And if you don't like it, take it or throw it away, I don't like it. I don't like it. I like it and I don't like it.
Once you get comfortable signing single words, try these common short phrases.
-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 activities. Sleep, like you're drawing your eyes close to sleep. Bath like you're scrubbing your body, bath up and down, just pointing up and down. Change-- changing your diaper, just twisting your fists change. And the most important one, I love you.
-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.
W, X, Y, Z, W, X, Y, Z