Rainy Day Play & Sign in the First Year!

Today, we are having a rainy morning. And I am not complaining. We have had a heat wave that has lasted the better part of July! I know that the farmers, gardeners need the rain. Plus, this pregnant lady could use a break from the house being around +28 degrees all. day. long. I am…

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Baby Sign Language and Meal Time

In this video, I am showing how a family can start to incorporate baby sign language as they feed their little. Kaila and I are practicing ASL signs for: “more”, “avocado”, and “all-done”.   Parents, often, find that using signs during meal time to be very motivational for their little. This is because soon their…

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Baby Sign Language Promotes Early Language Development

A little needs to hear a word 200 times before verbally expressing the concept. However, when using Baby Sign Language (ASL signs) a child is comprehending a single word using both their visual and auditory ways of learning! Research, over 28 years worth, shows that ASL signs supports verbal English! Plus, using Baby Sign Language…

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My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language

In a playful, educational and language-rich environment; parents and children will build their American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary through whole child development activities: sensory bins and bottles, puppets, shakers, flannel board stories, music, movement and so much more.       My Smart Hands™ Level I These classes are 8 weeks in length and 50…

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Make ASL Baby Signing fun and Watch for Teachable Moments!

Tip number four is: Make it fun and look for teachable moments! Signing should be fun! Do not worry about carving time out of your day to sit down and sign with your little. Rather signing can be used throughout your day in natural and fun ways! In our Level II class we used 5…

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Wednesday’s Word (ASL sign)

It’s Wednesday which means we get to play “What is Mr. E Signing?”     That’s correct! Mr E is signing “STOP”. This is such a great sign to use with your children as they grow and explore. We will ask Miss K to “STOP” when she starts touching plants, or wanting to put something…

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