Posts By: Mey Lau

Baby Sign Language For Story-Telling & Role-Playing

Imagination is both innate and cultivated. What and how you play with your baby will set the stage for success when it comes to their ability to visualize experiences outside their context. As you begin reading to your baby or toddler take the opportunity to foster their imagination by expanding the narrative and including relevant… Reads more »

Baby Signs to Be Playground-Ready

I have a huge pet peeve. I am not a huge fan of parents screaming at public playgrounds. I appreciate the hullabaloo of little ones having fun but loud parental engagement does nothing for me. Learning basic playground signs allows you to be in control of the situation, helps you train your little one to… Reads more »

The Five Don’ts of Baby Sign Language

In everything there is the right way and the wrong way, sign language for babies is not an exception. ¬†I am always surprised when I receive emails from parents, preschool teachers and speech pathologists facing common frustrations associated to how and when a child begins signing. If you are about to embark in the journey… Reads more »

Learning Delays? Small Steps Can Make Big Impact

Let’s talk about feeling discouraged. I know, that is not exactly the reason why you visit www.babysignlanguage.com but stay with me for this one; you won’t regret it. Parenting a new baby can be a rewarding and exciting adventure but we all have moments of discouragement. For parents dealing with a child who has been… Reads more »

Baby Sign Language For The Playground

As the weather becomes milder opportunities to do outdoor activities will certainly increase. For those of you entering the toddler stage it will be your very first opportunity to improve motor skills and enhance social skills by interacting at your local playground.   Now that your baby has mastered need-based signs such as milk, more,… Reads more »