Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit

(34 customer reviews)

$226.88 $123.95

Our Most Complete Kit. The Ultra Baby Sign Language Kit is our most comprehensive kit and includes everything you need to teach your baby to sign. The kit includes:


•  Baby Signing Time! DVDs Vol. 1 – 4 (4 DVDs & 4 CDs) – baby learns new signs while enjoying Rachel Coleman’s award-winning songs. DVDs and bonus CDs are included for fun at home and on the run.   ↓ Learn More

•  Baby Signing Time! Board Books Vol. 1 – 4 – enjoy the benefits of reading plus signing while keeping baby entertained.   ↓ Learn More

•  BSL 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 from signing to speaking.   ↓ 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 lets you 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 each flash card shows the word and image for the child. The back of each flash card shows how the sign is performed, a convenient reminder for the adult.   ↓ Learn More


•  Wall Chart – the 24′ x 36′ wall chart includes 17 basic signs, and is a great resource 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 learn and decode the most commonly used baby signs.   ↓ Learn More


The Ultra Baby Sign Language Kit is our most complete collection of Baby Sign Language Resources bundled together and discounted more than 40%. The kit includes: (1) Baby Signing Time! DVDs; (2) Baby Signing Time! Language Books; (3) Baby Sign Language Guide Book; (4) Baby Sign Language Dictionary: (5) Baby Sign Language Flash Cards; and (6) Baby Sign Language Wall Chart.


Baby Signing Time!

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

4 DVDs + 4 CDs

Based on the popular PBS series, Baby Signing Time!, these DVDs teach your baby while keeping them entertained. Set to the Emmy-nominated music of Rachel Coleman, Baby Signing Time! DVDs combine catchy tunes, animation, and real signing babies to get your child signing. Warning – these DVDs will get played over and over again! You may even find 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

As well as the regular video DVDs you receive the bonus music CDs so baby can sing and sign along in the car. Learn more …

(Regularly $23.99)

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Baby Sign Language Board Books
Baby Sign Language Board Books

Baby Signing Times Books Vol. 1 – 4

The Baby Signing Time! Board Books combine all the benefits of reading and signing. While your baby enjoys hearing the delightful adventures of Leah, Alex, and Hopkins (the frog) she is also expanding her signing vocabulary.

Each book covers a theme including: foods, bed time, outdoors, and friends.

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Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

Flash Cards: Expand Vocabulary

The flash cards allow you to greatly expand your signing vocabulary with categories such as people, animal names, foods, and everyday objects. The front of each flash card shows the word and image for the child. The back of the flash 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: Signing Made Easy

The Baby Sign Language Guide Book covers the essentials of teaching your baby to communicate via sign language. Highlights include:

  • 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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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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34 reviews for Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit

  1. Tina

    We love the baby sign program. I even have all the apps. My son who is now two and has shown to be more advanced than other children in his class because the program taught him words to communicate, songs to sing and sign language. I love the program and I’m looking forward to continuing the program with my daughter when she is born too.

  2. Noehmi

    I love this product. I was able to communicate with my baby well before other verbal-only parents. It was absolutely amazing. Even now that she is a toddler, there is a different sense of trust in her ability to communicate and she can tell me so much more about her day. She can tell me if she got hurt, who she played with, what she saw….all with sign. Using sign language also facilitated her understanding of Spanish – since we use both languages at home and in our community. The signs remain the same. 🙂 The videos and books in this series were a great start. I followed it up with episodes of Signing Time available on Netflix or youtube but you definitely want to start with these first! These materials are for babies…the products on netflix and youtube are for older children. Enjoy! 🙂

  3. Caitlin E Conner

    I absolutely love Baby Signing Time with Rachel. She captivates my daughter with her lively songs as well as makes it easy for me to learn. My daughtet is 19 months old and I introduced baby sign language to her at about 6 months and she knows so many words. She understands me and responds and I understand her. I feel this has saved us both from the frustration of poor communication. I can’t wait to get her the pre-school dvds to put her further ahead of her age group.

  4. Kendra Reeder

    We absolutely love our Baby Sign Language kit. We started signing when my son was about 9 months and he picked it up so quickly. Now, at 21 months, he knows just as many signs as he does words and whenever he asks what something is, he wants to learn the word AND the sign. We fully intend on continuing with sign language as a second language for him and we couldn’t have done it without Baby Signing Time!

  5. candice

    We had such a fun and easy early childhood thanks to Baby Sign Language. We skipped the fussy tantrum stage because he could sign ‘help’ when he wanted a toy or couldn’t open something or was having difficulty. He ate well because it could say ‘food’, ‘more’, ‘milk’, ‘water’ and ‘finished’. Through games, like peepo, we taught him the sign and concept of ‘scared’. We were surprised when he said he was scared of the newly mowed grass at the park, or the big Italian waiter statue at a restaurant. Without signing he would have just fussed at these incidents and we would have wondered if he needed a drink or a nappy change. He could sign when using his nappy which made toilet training a breeze. At 2 years old he was taught to use the toilet in just one day because we could easily communicate with each other.

    I started using the free online baby sign language dictionary, just learning a sign here and there: The short videos are excellent. Then we bought two of the premium packs for our community to use through our toy library. We started watching the DVDs and learnt even more signs. We love the songs and still start every day with, ‘it’s a new day, da doo day”.

    Friends often ask, will signing slow down your baby learning to talk? Absolutely not, quite the opposite. Signing babies can already ‘talk’ (with signs) and are used to having ‘conversations’. Once they can make the right sounds the words will quickly replace the signs because it requires much less energy to say something than sign it.

    Even though my son is now 3 and talking fluently we are still using our signs: In the playground, when he’s far from me, I can sign ‘one more minute of play’ and ‘come’ or ‘do you need the toilet?’. We took a flight the other day and my husband was signing to us, ‘where’s baby dog?’ and ‘want water?’ because we couldn’t hear with our ear plugs in; and in the mornings I can sign, ‘shh, Dad’s sleeping’. You’ll notice, we do the signing now!

    I recommend Baby Sign Language to all my friends and I encourage you to give it a try as well. The first time you truly communicate with your baby will blow your mind!

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