Baby Sign Language Teaching Guide

(9 customer reviews)


5 out of 5

This Baby Sign Language Book shows you how to start communicating with your baby through signs. The first chapter, a Quick Start Guide will have you ready to start signing to your baby in 30 minutes. Later chapters cover more advanced topics such as phrases and transitioning to speech.


Baby Sign Language Guide Book

Guide Book

Baby Sign Language allows pre-verbal children to communicate using hand gestures instead of words. Using signs, babies can communicate as early as six months. Signing reduces frustration and fussing by enabling babies to share their thoughts and express their needs.

Studies shows that babies who sign enjoy developmental benefits including a larger speaking vocabulary and superior educational outcomes. Parents get to share in their baby’s early thoughts and form a closer bond with their child. Everyone has more fun!

The baby sign Language Book covers the essentials of teaching your child to sign. Highlights includes:

  • Quick Start Guide – learn the first 10 signs and the basic principles required to start teaching your baby to sign (Chapter 1).
  • Advanced Teaching Methods – use teaching aids like books, flash cards, and toys to keep lessons interesting and challenging (Chapter 5).
  • Phrases – teach your baby to combine signs and communicate more complex thoughts (Chapter 6).
  • Taming the Terrible Twos – reduce frustration and tantrums by enabling your toddler to communicate (Chapter 7).
  • Transitioning to Speech – use sign language to expedite and improve speech development (Chapter 8).

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9 reviews for Baby Sign Language Teaching Guide

  1. Steven

    What product would you recommend for a child who has autism and is mostly non verbal and difficult to engage in communicating. He knows a few signs but does not use them regularly.

    Hi Steven,
    The autism spectrum had endless learning differences. I know of a couple of moms who have enhanced our flashcard set by glueing texture via felt, velcro and wrinkled tissue to increase interest. I have also seen parents using the videos with song in cases where the child has demonstrated a profound interest for music and repetition.

  2. Laura M.

    I have been teaching Baby Sign Language for three years and before that taught my kids. I have read most of the books on Baby Sign Language and this is the best. I recommend it to all the parents that are interested in learning more.

    The first Quickstart chapter, it is everything you need to know to start signing. The later chapters have more in depth material if you need it.

    What it is missing is information about the history and science behind baby sign language. They just have the highlights in a few boxes. Some of the other books have much better coverage of these topics.

  3. Abid Rahman

    Is There is any sight to download it free for ours teachers as in Pakistan we are facing a lot of hurdles in book finding

    ADMIN – Hi Abid,

    We do not have a digital version.

  4. Dr. Kristi

    We have been incorporating Baby Sign Language into the curriculum for our early education franchise system since around 2014. The simplicity of the system, laced with great online resources, is why we like it so much.

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