When to teach baby sign class

As soon as you want to get out of the house and make mommy friends! Our Baby Sign Language classes are so much more than teaching a couple handy signs. We learn about child development, neuroscience, and parenting. We learn through the love of music, movement, books and sensory play.   We laugh we share,…

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Why Messy Play for Babies and Tots?

Right from birth, your little baby has been learning about their world! As well as, they are creating connections in the brain that leads to incredible learning through out life. When we use sensory play with our children they are developing the sense of touch, curiosity, exploration and even language! I know, I hear you,…

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Sensory Play for Babies and Toddlers

One sensory based learning activity we use in classes is scarf play! Sensory play helps your baby and toddler to develop as a whole child!  This includes brain development, language development, and gross and fine motor skills. Plus, our classes are small in sizes which allows your child to explore their environment and baby friends!!…

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Why to use Baby Sign

We have been camping and the weather has been cool and rainy.   While I have been spending time inside as Mr G explores, I have been reading, and surfing the internet. We have also been taking the time to connect as a family. Meal Time is important for us to talk, laugh and enjoy…

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Why Do Baby Sign Language?

Many families ask me if their baby is too young for our signing class. Brain development of a child is important in the early years. Infact, the brain thickness nearly triples in the first year of life! Therefore, every word, every activity and every moment is so important for their future development. Wow, nothing like…

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Child Development and What Does this REALLY mean?

Child development, we hear this term tossed around a lot in magazines, doctor’s offices, at the health units, and various programs. Yes, Little Hands & Me Parenting Network even takes this term one step more and suggests, “whole child development”.   So what is this whole child development? Why should you care about this when…

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