On Monday we shared with you an article from Mey Lau the Project Director for Baby Sign Langauge
In case you haven’t made it over to the site yet I wanted to share with you a couple of the resources that are offered there. Even if you aren’t creative, most of us can hit the print button.
If you are creative you might print out the flash cards and find creative ways to personalize them. Just be sure you hope over to the Baby Sign Language site and check them out!
A Dictionary so that if you just want to teach a few basic signs you find them easily.
Baby Sign Language Flash Cards that you print out and use.
Sign Language Chart that you can print out to help you remember the signs as you are learning them.
and the Top Ten Starter Signs
I really hope you will consider doing Baby Sign Language with your Baby. It is such a fabulous communication tool and I found it so helpful in being able to increase communication and understanding with the infants in my care.
The best testimony I can give you for using Baby Sing Language came from my charge who was 5 when his baby sister was born.
He told everyone he saw “My nanny taught me how to talk to my sister and she can’t even talk yet!
So check out all the great resources at Baby Sign Language.