Baby Sign Language Premium Kit

(152 customer reviews)

$162.91 $87.95


Our Most Popular Product – The Premium Baby Sign Language Kit includes multiple learning and teaching tools to get you started teaching your baby to sign. The kit includes:


•  Baby Signing Time! DVD Set: Vol. 1 – 4 (4 DVDs & 4 CDs) – baby learns new signs while enjoying Rachel Coleman’s award-winning music. The set includes both DVDs and CDs for fun at home and on the run.   ↓ Learn More

•  Guide Book – learn to sign faster and have more fun. The book begins with a Quick Start Guide that will teach you your first signs and have you ready to sign in 30 minutes. As your baby progresses, you can delve into more advanced topics like combining signs to make phrases, using props, and transitioning to speech.   ↓ Learn More

•  Signing Dictionary – contains over 600 signs including the most common words, the alphabet, and numbers. The dictionary helps you expand your child’s vocabulary, and has the breadth of coverage that allows you to follow your child’s interests. Each sign is illustrated with two diagrams showing you the starting position, the ending position, and intermediate motion.   ↓ Learn More

•  Flash Cards – 52 sturdy board (4×6 inches) flash cards, covering a variety of basic signs. The flash cards allow you to teach words, such as animal names, that Baby is not exposed to in everyday life. The face of the flash cards shows the word and image for the child. The back of the flash cards show how the sign is performed, a handy reminder for the adult.   ↓ Learn More


•  Wall Chart – the 24′ x 36′ chart includes 22 basic signs, and makes a handy reminder for caregivers. The Baby Sign Language Wall Chart covers basic signs like eat, drink, and sleep. Hang the poster in Baby’s Nursery to help babysitters, or other occasional caregivers decode your baby’s most commonly used baby signs.   ↓ Learn More



The Premium Baby Sign Language Kit, bundles together a variety of signing resources at a steep discount. The kit includes: (1) Baby Signing Time! DVDs; (2) Baby Sign Language Guide Book; (3) Baby Sign Language Dictionary: (4) Baby Sign Language Flash Cards; and (5) Baby Sign Language Wall Chart.

Baby Signing Time

Baby Signing Time! DVD Set: Vol. 1-4: Fun & Learning

(4 DVDs + 4 CDs)

Based on the popular PBS series, Baby Signing Time!, teaches your baby while keeping them entertained. Set to the Emmy-nominated music of Rachel Coleman, Signing Time! DVDs combine catchy tunes, animation, and real signing babies to get your child signing. Warning – these DVDs will get played over & over again! And don’t be surprised when you catch yourself singing these songs in the shower. Your baby will learn:

  • Basic Food Signs – eat, drink, water, milk, cereal, banana, more, & finished.
  • Family Members – mom, dad, grandma, & grandpa.
  • Animals – dog, cat, bird, fish, frog, & horse.
  • Utility Signs – hurt, house, where, potty, & diaper

In addition to the video DVDs, you get the matching bonus music CDs so your baby can enjoy the signing fun even without a video player. Learn more …

(Regularly $23.99)

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Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

Flash Cards: Expand Vocabulary

The flash cards allow you to greatly expand your signing vocabulary, including people, animal names, foods, and everyday objects. The front of each flash card shows the word and image for the child. The back of each card shows how the sign is performed, a handy reminder for the adult.

The Flash Card Set includes 52 cards (4 x 6 inches): airplane, apple, baby, ball, banana, bear, bird, boat, book, bread, buy, bunny, butterfly, car, cat, cereal, cheese, chicken, clothes, cow, diaper, dog, duck, egg, elephant, fan, fish, flower, frog, giraffe, grapes, hat, horse, keys, kite, lion, monkey, mouse, orange, pig, potty, sheep, shoes, slide, snake, swing, tiger, toothbrush, train, tree, turtle, & water.

The cards are contained in a hardcover case for easy storage. Learn more …

(Regularly $24.99)

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Baby Sign Language Guide Book

Guide Book: Makes Signing Easy

The Baby Sign Language Book covers the essentials of teaching your baby to communicate via sign language. 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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(Regularly $19.99)

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Baby Sign Language Dictionary

Signing Dictionary: Have the Right Sign Ready

The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes more than 600 hand-drawn signs. The dictionary enables parents and children to vastly expand their vocabularies well beyond the basic beginner signs. This handy reference is the perfect companion to the Baby Sign Language Teaching Guide.

Each sign is illustrated with two or more diagrams depicting the starting position, ending position, and intermediate motion. This makes learning signs easy and intuitive.

The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes :

  • Words (500+) – learn signs for nearly every topic of interest.
  • Letters (A-Z) – sign the alphabet and teach basic spelling.
  • Numbers (0-10) – introduce counting and basic mathematics.

All signs reflect proper ASL (American Sign Language), making this dictionary a great tool for children who continue signing after their toddler years. Learn more …

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Baby Sign Language Wall Chart

Help Caregivers with the Wall Chart

The Baby Sign Language wall chart colorfully displays 17 beginner signs. Place the wall chart on a door, the side of the fridge, or in the nursery to give caregivers, older siblings, and spouses an easy way to learn the basic signs.

The signs listed include: mommy, daddy, grandmother, grandfather, dog, cat, eat, more, all done, water, milk, diaper, bath, bed, car, ball, and book.

Each sign is illustrated with two diagrams showing the starting position, intermediate action, and finishing position. All signs use American Sign Language.

The chart is printed on thick glossy paper and measures 24 inches x 36 inches (unfolded). Learn more …

(Regularly $9.99)

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152 reviews for Baby Sign Language Premium Kit

  1. Judy Morrissey (verified owner)

    Wish I would have had this product with all of my six grandchildren. it is wonderful the way you can start babies out so young signing, and actually be able to communicate with a six month old or younger. I think signing is such a great language to start teaching little ones.

  2. Cameron (verified owner)

    This kit has been a lifesaver for my family! My daughter loves to watch “Babies” and always signs the intro song as if she’s singing it with Rachel. Being able to communicate with her has saved my little girl from having countless meltdowns. Super excited for our newborn to start learning and be able to respond to the signs his big sister is already doing for him! We plan to continue with ASL as a family.

  3. Jenni

    I had ordered two of these kits in order to try to help my autistic grandson communicate with us. I kept one for myself, and gave one to his mother. I found the kit to be very well-made, very useful, and I believe it could have helped with the communication problems that my grandson was having. Unfortunately, his mother did not want to try teaching her son sign language, so I never got to fully use the product. I still have it though, and may one day be able to use it. Fortunately, as he has gotten older and is seeing a speech therapist, his communication is getting better. I still wish she would have tried sign language when he was younger. Not being able to communicate is very stressful, both on him and his friends and family. I would encourage anyone with a child who cannot speak to start sign language early.

  4. Mary Ann (verified owner)

    It has been such a wonderful and educational way for my son and I to bond. I discovered this program when my son is four months old and he is now two years old. In that time span he has learned so many vocabulary words and he easily remembers them. I believe that the program has helped him speak much sooner than expected as well. He loves the songs and know all the words to them. We also enjoy reading the books using the App. He loves all his flash cards and it’s such a great way to keep his mind sharp and curiosity satisfied. I have told all my new mom friends about your products and highly recommend it.

  5. Luna (verified owner)

    My daughter is now 16 months and its amazing how many words she can sign. We are in love with these products. These product it helped everyone at home, Daddy was able to sign with a customer at work, and grandma recognizes the signs. i strongly recommend these products and I’m looking forward to purchase some more DVD’s.

  6. Christina Pennington (verified owner)

    I loved the videos, my little one was engrossed in the songs and soon he was able to tell me exactly what he wanted. I did a big dance when he signed milk and doggie! Now he’s two, even though he can somewhat talk we still communicate with BSL when we have a hard time understanding his speech. :)

  7. Victoria Locurcio (verified owner)

    I can’t praise baby sign language enough. It changed our lives! My daughter Fiona, started at about 8 months and by the time she was a year, she had learned all of the words on the videos and in the flashcards, as well as signs we looked up on the website. Fiona was leaps ahead of her peers, talking in sentences by 18 months, and now at 2 years old she TEACHES our extended family members signs. She is starting to learn the alphabet and because she has the concept of ASL she can relate the letters with the signs. BSL has truly been wonderful for us, as we have learned right along with her. Thank you for the gift of communication with our daughter. We are very excited to start with our second daughter Claire, who is now 8 months and are ecstatic that Fiona can teach her!

  8. Te Cao (verified owner)

    Both my daughter and son love it! My daughter is four year old and my son is one and half! One day, my son pointed apples on the table and said “apple” and then did the apple sign. He learned a lot from baby sign language and enjoy it a lot! My daughter learned baby sign language and signing time and she loves it. I commended this product to my friends and relatives!

  9. Jennifer Teusch (verified owner)

    This is a fabulous product for keeping little minds busy and facilitating early communication with our children and (in my case) grandchildren.

  10. Ashley (verified owner)

    We started using the flash cards at 17 months and my son loves them. At 2.5, he still likes to get them out and go through them to find his favorites. We keep the poster in our pantry for our regular sitter. I like the dictionary when paired with the website to see the matching video. Overall, this is a great kit, but we definitely see a lot of benefit from using Baby Signing Time videos as well.

  11. Pattie Bontke (verified owner)

    We gave this as a gift, but we have seen how well it works. She is 16 months old now and has been using Baby Sign for a number of months. There is a 15 month old at our church who uses Baby Sign also. He can communicate his needs/wants to his mother, grandmother and grandfather while he sits with them during Bible Class and church. We plan to give Baby Sign to another young couple we know.

  12. Bonilynn Forconi (verified owner)

    I purchased the Baby Signing Time starter kit for our granddaughter. She loves it and it’s so easy for even us adults to learn at the same time. This set has help avert many frustrating interactions since it has opened up a whole new avenue of communication! She started watching and learning signs at about 15 months old. She quickly went through the cd’s and at 2 yrs old, knows her number to 20, the alphabet, how to spell her name, and very large verbal and sign vocabulary. We totally recommend this product!

  13. Jason Wagner (verified owner)

    It is very amazing to see how much my children can communicate with people when they are only little baby! Thank you Baby Sign Language!!! We cannot live with your wonderful program!

  14. J DeGrood (verified owner)

    We have absolutely loved our Baby Sign Language kit. We bought the kit when our daughter was four months old and still use it to this day (she is three, now). We review the flash cards and even return to the site regularly to learn new signs. I personally think that every parent should teach their child sign language.

  15. JoAnna Harper

    HUGE hit with our child! She has watched these since about 5 months old, and has consistently requested to watch these for the past 18 months! She has learned quite a bit of sign language and has even enjoyed the Treeschooler series, as well. You can’t go wrong with educational videos that they absolutely love and songs that will not drive you crazy, even when they stick with you in your sleep.

  16. Sheryl Kukla (verified owner)

    I love this kit. My daughter loves her baby signing time dvd. Shes 15 months now but was introduced to her dvd around 7 months old and was totally engaged in it. The dvds also make it easy for parents to learn.

  17. Rhonda Bourgeois

    I purchased the baby sign language kit with poster, flash cards, instructions and dictionary. I found the poster was very useful for family to use, and I used the dictionary a lot. My son was signing many signs by 8 months. I have never used the flash cards. I am now beginning to teach sign language to my 4 month old daughter. My sons vocabulary is great and I found using the BSL really helped him express himself until he could use words. The poster is made well and held up well to toddler abuse! I would highly recommend this kit.

  18. chad (verified owner)

    Teaching our son sign language yielded wonderful results for us. Some other parents were skeptical and I think wondered, “why teach a (non-deaf) child sign language if they’ll start speaking eventually anyways?” Well our son is now 2.5 years old and I can say that it was extremely beneficial. First, it enabled us to have conversations far earlier than if we waited for him to speak. This means that he didn’t have to grunt and moan to tell us what he wanted..he could just sign it. Also we could talk about things happening…for instance if we were at the store and heard some crying he would make signs to express, “I hear a baby crying”. Later, when he did start to speak sometimes we wouldn’t know what he was trying to say and so he would make the sign at the same time to help us understand…so cool. :) Also learning sign language helped him to develop his fine motor skills and hone his attention to detail.

    One of the biggest benefits to teaching our son sign language is that it helped in learn early that there are “symbols which represent things”. This principle helped him to learn his ABCs around his first birthday. Using tips that we learned from the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential ( he also learned how to read several hundred words before the age of two. At two and a half we’ve already moved on to more advanced topics like learning the human body (esophagus, stomach, pancreas, etc). My point is that teaching him sign language early helped to jump start his mind and imagination. And most importantly we’ve been having fun the whole time!

    It’s been said that “the brain grows with use” and there is hardly a more effective and fun way to engage your baby’s brain then to teach him/her sign language.

  19. Emily Parsons (verified owner)

    This was a best buy for sure! We started signing when my daughter was 10 months, she loved the music and dance the most. I believe Rachel’s voice was very calming for her. My daughter is 2 1/2 years now and we are still signing! She even tries to make up her own signs when she discovers something new, and she speaks so well and knows so much! This has definitely enriched our lives, thank you Baby Signing Time!! 😁

  20. Sawnya Andersen (verified owner)

    These videos have been a huge help in communication with my youngest child who happens to have Down syndrome. She’s picked up on the signs fairly quickly and I love that she can express herself and that I know what she wants. She is starting to make the sounds of some words too. I love these and would highly recommend them!

  21. Kimberly McCosh (verified owner)

    We are very pleased with Baby Sign Language! Our 16 month old daughter loves watching the DVDs and listening to the music and so do I! We are both learning a new language! We have had great success teaching our daughter signs and it is wonderful to be able to know what she is wanting because she can sign and let us know!

  22. Kristy Bugo (verified owner)

    I cannot possibly recommend these products more highly! We LOVE them! After purchasing the Baby Signing Time collection, we then graduated to owning the entire Signing Time Collection, Potty Time, Christmas, all the Treeschoolers, and now Signing Time Sentences! We just can’t get enough! Our toddler just turned two and at this point, is practically bilingual with English and ASL.

    By the time he was a year old, he had mastered well over a hundred signs and had an equal number of spoken words in his vocabulary. He can say and sign and “read” all written letters and numbers 1-20. He can identify dozens of colours, animals, objects, people, and speaks in complex sentences. Meanwhile, his same-aged peers have only a handful of spoken words and get by with grunting and pointing and frustrated gibberish.

    People cannot get over how advanced his is in his vocabulary and communication skills, and while I’m sure he must have some natural ability, I fully credit Two Little Hands for his success.

    I fully intend to someday certify as a Signing Time Academy instructor and continue building on the thousands of signs we have learned together and spread that love to others. As an educator who works with children and adults regularly, the benefits of incorporating sign into daily life seem to be self evident and I will always strongly advocate for using it. Even if it was only to learn a second language to be able to communicate with the deaf community, it would still be 100% worth it, but it is so, SO much more valuable than even that!

    THANK YOU, and keep up the good work.

  23. Megan Gunn (verified owner)

    We absolutely love our kit!! We have learned so much from the dvds and I find the dictionary very easy and useful to reference. The learning guide was a great help at learning how to begin to teach ASL. My son loves pointing to the poster that also come with out kit. We haven’t use the flash cards yet, as I feel he’s to young, but I know we will enjoy them as well! My son, who is now 13 months old, loves the songs on the videos and mimics the signs while dancing.

  24. Julia (verified owner)

    Bilingual user from Hong Kong! I love the premium kit. My son was able to sign over 20 practical signs before 20 months old with the help of the cards and the DVDs. We also love all the songs. He even asks me to sing ” baby signing time ” as a lullaby to him every night. Even though he is 2yrs8m old now, he still takes out the flash cards and ask us to play with him. Great purchase!

  25. Kristy Bugo (verified owner)

    We cannot say enough good things about Baby Signing Time (BST)! We purchased the DVDs (and flashcards/poster) before our son was born and were excited to introduce him to a hands-on second language and get the communication rolling early! Little did we know how much he would LOVE the DVDs. When he is sick or upset, nothing consoles him more quickly than BST. I’m pretty sure his first word was “baby!” – from the theme song, “Baby, baby, Baby Signing Time.”

    He has recognized the signs for several months now, but has only recently been really signing himself, and seems to add more signs almost every day. He seems to have an unusually large verbal vocabulary for a baby under 1 year old, and most of the words he uses are ones he has been exposed to in BST. He lights up with the biggest smile and watches attentively from the moment he hears the giggle as the Two Little Hands logo comes on. He has no interest in any other television whatsoever. We don’t really allow him to watch movies/television, but if a TV happens to be on while he’s in the room, he completely ignores it, unless it’s Rachel and the Signing Time Babies.

    BST has saved the day on long road-trips, too. My busy little boy does not like to be restrained and sitting for long periods of time – or even short ones, really! – but if BST is on, he smiles in his car seat and just watches contentedly and tries to sign along and speak the words; no meltdowns. Now when he gets in the car seat, he points at the iPad holder in front of him and says, “Baby! Baby!”

    We also introduced the videos to friends of ours with a child a year older than our son, and it completely changed his world. He went from completely non-verbal grunting and tantrums to full-out signing and speaking almost overnight. It’s like communication finally clicked for him!

    Having the digital copies has been a life-saver, too. Now we have it on our phones and tablets to stream to the television, so if we’re ever stuck at the doctor’s office or out and about and he’s getting fussy, it’s like a miracle in my pocket. :)

    It’s not just babies who enjoy them, either. Whenever older kids or adults are over to play with him or babysit, they get such a kick out of learning the signs and seeing him communicate with them.

    I strongly recommend them to any and everyone!

  26. Gretchen

    Terrific product! I started using the Baby Sign Language kit with my son when he was about four months old. It took some practice and consistency, but he caught on and began using a few of the most basic signs (milk was, of course, the first one he learned). From there it snowballed and he learned many new signs.

    He just turned two last month and still uses many of the signs, recognizes and repeatedly tells me what each of the signs from the poster are regularly, as we keep in on a wall he often sees. He also loves using the flashcards and took to them quickly. I think he enjoyed the pictures. I actually had to take the flashcards away from him because he was playing with them too much (and got a bit rough with them)! Now we only play with them together.

    This system was easy to use and I feel it is the reason that my son not only speaks very well at two years old, but also has a very broad and extensive spoken vocabulary. My daughter, who is now 10 months old, has finally just begun to really catch on to many of the signs. I am hoping to have similar results with her communication skills.

    Thank you so much for this wonderful product!

  27. Judi Stuart

    infant use till 2 was helpful. Child loves to show you some signs but contiuing is tought for me couching isnt easy without further assistance

  28. melissa (verified owner)

    My 18 month can already sign 45 items. She loves the dvd and cards. The only problem is 1 dvd only plays on the computer. But I would recommend this to everyone. Love it and so does my granddaughter. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Marley,

    I have sent a private email your way to coordinate the shipment of a replacement DVD

  29. Melissa Guajardo

    I loved how complete the package was (though I didnt get the DVDs back in 2011), still I was expecting to receive laminated flashcards. The type of material in them got dirty the first time we used it and they can’t be cleaned easily.

    ADMIN – Hi Melissa,

    Thank you for your feedback. When we decided to use the material selected for the flash cards we had to balance between durability and the risk of exposing babies to plastic. Many parents expressed concerns regarding the materials used for lamination and the fact that babies put objects in their mouth. We decided to go as organic as possible while still delivering a product that is durable and baby-friendly.

  30. Sue Ellen

    I bought this product at first because I was positive my daughter was going deaf. She was not responding to her name and stopped talking. It had to be her hearing. In the process of finding these sign tools I was able to break down communication in a way that my daughter could use. She can speak now better but still extremely under her age group. She was able to put her voice to the sign as she would sign. It unlocked her communication block that Autism has left her with. All my moms that ask how Averie has come so far I praise this product along with the Sign A Lot DVDs. This can give not only deaf but other communication challenged a way to be heard.

  31. Jennifer (verified owner)

    My 3 1/2 yr old granddaughter loves the DVD’s and flashcards. She will ask to watch Baby Signing Time while she is eating lunch. she practices the signs right along with the other kids. The product is very easy to use.

  32. Teri

    We LOVE you guys. When my daughter was about 10 months old, I purchased the Baby Sign Language Kit to help reinforce the signing we do at home and as a tool to teach the babysitter about signing and for her to use to play with my daughter. Now, at 2 years old, my daughter asks to “play flashcards” and we use them all the time – we pick them up and sign with them or we use them for playing “seek”, our made up game where we a) select a card then b) sign the image, and then c) go see if we can find the same/similar item in our house. (With all the stuffed animals and toys and actual household items, we usually succeed with step c). This has been a fun addition to our Signing DVD collection and good reinforcement for our signing at home. And the babysitter benefited from it too!

  33. Rebecca

    I loved the kit- as did our son- and can warmly recommend to anyone wanting to learn babysign together with their baby! Great quality products and the absolute favourite were the flash cards which our son absolutely loved!!

  34. Nat (verified owner)

    I bought my kit when Master 4 was 4 months old – he’s nearly 11 months now and although hes not signing back yet he understands so many signs. My favourite is ‘all done’, if I dont use the sign he just demands more food. Its been great for all of us and we have so much fun using it. Master 8 doesnt quite understand why his little brother cant sign kite yet but we have fun just the same.
    We try and learn a couple of new signs a week – great for the whole family. Thanks so much :)

  35. Toyria Mattear (verified owner)

    I absolutely love the cd’s. Not only does my son learn but I learn too. I notice that it’s easier for my son to express himself. Its easier for the both of us. I just leave the cd on and go through it with him. He loves it, I love it, and he’s excited that he is doing something with me. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to start communicating with there LO early. I started this with him when he was 6 months. It works well and he even started to say the words as he did the sign languages.

  36. Michelle

    As a mother of a non verbal child with Down Syndrome, this kit has been very helpful! My son loves the flashcards and I loved the dictionary! As an educator for the city in which I work I have the opportunity to teach baby sign and I utilize the poster and the website frequently. The babies love the flashcards, the only thing I wish is that they were plastic because they like to chew them. I would highly recommend this product, great quality for the price as well!

  37. Andrea P

    My daughter will be two in October and started watching these videos when she was about four months. It’s so amazing to me how fast she picked up signing. I’ve been learning along with her which has made it fun for both of us. She signed her first sign at 6 months and we were so excited. These videos have become a part of our daily routine. She looks forward to watching them everyday. One of the things I love the most is if she’s trying to tell us something but we can’t understand she can sign it too is!! Not only have these videos given us a learning experience we can enjoy together but it has also help cut down on fits and tantrums do to us not understanding her words as well. Now she speaks and signs simultaneously. I purchased baby signing time for a couple of friends too I loved it so much! I would recommend this to every parent. Such an amazing product!

  38. Earl Corley

    I bought these as gifts for the elders of 2 babes caught up in the overwelming American medical sales system ($3000 hearing aids…). Though I don’t expect me to make much use of it, it is pleasing to know about and share your good work. How bout a mobile app that doesn’t need online connectivity?

    ADMIN – Hi Earl,

    Thanks for your suggestion. We have been doing some work toward finding a mobile solution that does not require connectivity.

  39. Mike, Ali and Victor (verified owner)

    We love the baby sign language kit that we purchased. We got it when our son was just a few months old. He is now almost 2 and his communication skills are outstanding. He still watches and practices his signs. Thanks to this program, he was able to communicate very early on and that cut down on his frustration from us not being able to understand what he was asking for. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!

  40. Kelia

    I started teaching my daughter about 16-18 months. She is two now and tell me when she is hungry, done, wants more, milk and a few more. She can communicate so well. If you are thinking of doing this dont put it off. Children learn so much and they will pick it up quickly.If i had known about this with my oldest daughter i would had used it also.

  41. Alicia (verified owner)

    My daughter loved signing. I started signing with her from birth and she signed her first word “milk” at 8 months old. By the time she was 12 months old she could sign 20 words. Because of Baby Signing Time, she learned to speak (and sign the words) at an early age of 15 months speaking 3-word sentences. She loved going through the flash cards and she even asked to watch the DVDs by signing “baby” “signing” “time.” I am so glad I taught her sign language and will definitely be teaching my second baby how to sign.

  42. Nicole S

    My daughter and I love the baby sign language flash cards. She learned all of them by 18 months old and was proud to be able to communicate with me. I liked the real life images instead of cartoon caricatures. I felt like my daughter had less tantrums and frustrations because she could communicate basic needs and draw my attention to items she found interesting. For instance, she would sign “airplane” when she heard or saw one going overhead and we could share that moment together. My daughter enjoyed getting out the flash cards and felt a sense of accomplishment identifying each one. I plan on using them again with my 3 month old son. I would highly recommend baby sign language.

  43. Nidya (verified owner)

    My son loves baby signing time. I’m going to buy him the treeschoolers set soon his favorite clip is photosynthesis. I enjoy it as well it is rewarding knowing your learning a new language with your child.

  44. Leslie

    My mom got me the kit before my baby was born. I found the intro book was very informational and encouraging. I started using milk really early and by 5 months he understood that sign. At 15 months, he now uses about 10 signs regularly and seems to pick up new ones quickly when we remember to look them up. His favourite signs are ‘cracker’ and ‘more’.
    We love baby sign language because he doesn’t speak much yet and is learning both French and English, so sign language gives us an easy way to communicate. I also really appreciate the online videos because sometimes it’s hard to tell what the picture in the dictionary is trying to tell you to do. Overall a great product!

  45. Raimana

    My baby has 8 months today. She signs ‘milk’ only. But we are Learning other words. We use many signs as we can in daily activities.

  46. Caroline Hather

    Very high quality product, great not only for sign language but also for language generally or classification learning (food, animals, outside things etc). Great in conjunction with the website for when you can’t quite figure out the sign from the picture (the illustrations are great but it’s a tricky thing to communicate). Definitely recommend – I have no doubt that using baby sign language reduced tantrums significantly!

  47. Barron (verified owner)

    Baby Sign Language is outstanding! We bought this for our granddaughter. She loved the tunes and picked up the signing quickly. She especially loved “Diaper Dance.”

    I believe that Baby Sign Language really removes a child’s frustration yearning to communicate. She could not say milk, eat, Mommy, or Daddy but she sure did pick up the signs. For a grandpa, my granddaughter and I would sit and watch the DVD endlessly and learn the signs together. Priceless memories.

    Now she can talk a bit. But, we still communicate through the signs.

    This product allows for communication and reinforces the importance of a willingness to learn.

  48. Ari Livers

    My daughter is able to communicate with sign language in combination with her starting to talk and I can understand what she needs and she can also tell others who know the signs what she needs. It is incredible to watch her catch on. It is an amazing learning tool and I Highly recommend it.

  49. Sara

    It was a good quality product – and still is. It has survived one child at this point and is taking on a second as I write this. The images are very clear and the flash cards really cover a lot of the words that children first learn. It was a very well conceived product. My eldest (almost 3) caught on to verbal language very early and I believe the sign language helped her do so. Also, I’m not sure if this is more a reflection of her temperament or what, but she didn’t really tantrum much at all. I believe that knowing how to communicate with us before she could talk was instrumental in alleviating a lot of frustration on her part, thus mitigating many a tantrum. *My second child is still very young so I can’t speak to what his experience will be.

  50. Pearl Jenkinson

    My child was advanced from birth, and I was always looking for ways to stimulate her desire to learn and grow. This kit was indispensable for years. She LOVED it and I learned another language. I had been intimidated at the thought of learning signs enough to teach her and this kit beyond all others stands out because it really breaks it down into a manageable even enjoyable activity. I have recommended this kit to every new mom I know who aspires to be active involved and relish every moment of motherhood.

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