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What does your baby want to say? You can find out – even before your baby can verbally speak – by using baby sign language. Signs of a Happy Baby gives you everything you need to start signing with your baby, including a comprehensive dictionary with easy-to-follow photos of fun and practical American Sign Language (ASL) signs, and tips for integrating sign language into y What does your baby want to say? You can find out – even before your baby can verbally speak – by using baby sign language. Signs of a Happy Baby gives you everything you need to start signing with your baby, including a comprehensive dictionary with easy-to-follow photos of fun and practical American Sign Language (ASL) signs, and tips for integrating sign language into your everyday activities. Signing with your baby will help you to: •Discover why your baby is crying – whether it’s because something hurts, she’s hungry, or her diaper needs changing. •Reduce frustration for everyone. Without spoken words, your preverbal baby can only tell you what he wants by pointing, crying, or using unintelligible grunts and noises. Signing gives pre-verbal babies a way to communicate and can later ease the tantrums of the “terrible twos.” •Find out what your baby wants to eat and when she’s all done, thus easing mealtime battles. •Know what interests your child by engaging in signing conversations – and build a stronger bond with your baby in the process. •Integrate sign language into songs, games, and stories to jumpstart your child’s verbal communication development and to facilitate cognitive benefits. •Get armed with information and evidence-based research so you can deal with the skeptics. •Be inspired by real-life stories from parents who share how signing increased their children's verbal language skills, built a bridge in bilingual families, and created communication pathways in special needs circumstances. Start signing with your baby now. What your baby has to say will blow you away!


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What does your baby want to say? You can find out – even before your baby can verbally speak – by using baby sign language. Signs of a Happy Baby gives you everything you need to start signing with your baby, including a comprehensive dictionary with easy-to-follow photos of fun and practical American Sign Language (ASL) signs, and tips for integrating sign language into y What does your baby want to say? You can find out – even before your baby can verbally speak – by using baby sign language. Signs of a Happy Baby gives you everything you need to start signing with your baby, including a comprehensive dictionary with easy-to-follow photos of fun and practical American Sign Language (ASL) signs, and tips for integrating sign language into your everyday activities. Signing with your baby will help you to: •Discover why your baby is crying – whether it’s because something hurts, she’s hungry, or her diaper needs changing. •Reduce frustration for everyone. Without spoken words, your preverbal baby can only tell you what he wants by pointing, crying, or using unintelligible grunts and noises. Signing gives pre-verbal babies a way to communicate and can later ease the tantrums of the “terrible twos.” •Find out what your baby wants to eat and when she’s all done, thus easing mealtime battles. •Know what interests your child by engaging in signing conversations – and build a stronger bond with your baby in the process. •Integrate sign language into songs, games, and stories to jumpstart your child’s verbal communication development and to facilitate cognitive benefits. •Get armed with information and evidence-based research so you can deal with the skeptics. •Be inspired by real-life stories from parents who share how signing increased their children's verbal language skills, built a bridge in bilingual families, and created communication pathways in special needs circumstances. Start signing with your baby now. What your baby has to say will blow you away!

30 review for Signs of a Happy Baby: The Baby Sign Language Book

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I started off rolling my eyes at the testimonials of miracle babies who communicate clearly. However, the basic idea of teaching sign to your baby is sound. Allowing for more methods of communication with a child, developing language sense in a kinesthetic way, and supporting spoken language, sign is a great idea. The best tips: do it often, do it expressively (determining the signs of a baby without fine motor development is rough--big, expressive signs are easier to read).

  2. 4 out of 5

    Irene

    Cute book, mostly consisting of charming stories and ideas about why and how to use ASL with your children. A very light quick read that I’d recommend to parents who are considering using sign language to communicate with their baby.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dustin

    Totally fine book, but it's more about convincing you to sign. There's not much information density as far as learning tools and tips, which is saying something when there's only 75 pages to read. Totally fine book, but it's more about convincing you to sign. There's not much information density as far as learning tools and tips, which is saying something when there's only 75 pages to read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jayme Swallow

    A quick, easy read to convince you to do baby sign. If you need a push over the edge or a reminder of why you sign with your kids, pick up this book!

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