Parenting can be busy so we offer an Online Baby Sign Course which you can learn around the needs of your baby or toddler.
The Online Baby Sign Course includes over 50 signs which you can use with your baby or toddler.
Using baby sign language can increase communication, reduce frustration and promote bonding.
This online resource will teach you the basics of baby sign language from the comfort of your own home. It contains over 50 signs relevant to babies and toddlers, including those associated with the bedtime routine and potty training.
You can log in and out as often as required. The resource will give you the skill set to begin signing immediately with your little one. Both BSL (British Sign Language) and ASL (American Sign Language) based baby signs are included.
This resource is suitable to anyone who has, or is working with babies or preverbal toddlers.
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Baby Signing is when manual signing is used with babies and toddlers to support them to communicate alongside verbal communication.
The focus is on key words - such as milk, eat, more etc as opposed to full grammatical sentences.
The signs used are based on regular sign language.
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Yes. Just as different areas use different languages and avail of different accents, there are also regional differences in Baby Sign too.
As Baby Sign Language is derived from regular sign language in can vary in differing areas.
This Online Baby Sign Language Course comprises the option of using either ASL signs (signs derived from American Sign Language) or BSL (derived from British Sign Language).
It does not matter which versions of signs you use, as long as they are used consistently to avoid confusion.
Benefits of Baby Sign Language include:
There are 2 schools of thought on this.
The fist is that you start signing right away, but remain patient knowing baby will not be able to sign back for some time.
The second is that you wait and begin signing from 6 months of age
Most babies begin to sign back between 8 and 12 months old
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