Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go

Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go

Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go

Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The only reason I won't give it 5 stars is because I can't buy it! I can only rent it! I definitely want to buy this so that it's always in my Amazon library for my kiddos but instead I'm paying for it every week. PLEASE make this purchase-able!!!!As for quality of the video and the content, there's nothing better. This is the only screen time our daughter had, and she started watching it around 3 months old. She was recognizing our signs around 7 months old, was actively communicating with us via sign language at 12 months and was 100% verbal at 17-18 months, but she still always uses signs along with what she's saying which makes it so helpful when deciphering her cute little toddler jibber jabbers. I recommend this to anyone and everyone!dallas mall,ranking integrated 1st place,max 44% offBaby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go
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"Baby Signing Time was created to help all parents and children better communicate. Research shows that there are many benefits of signing with children of all ages, beginning at birth and up to any age. Featured ASL Signs in Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go Shoes - Socks - Hat - Coat - Please - Thank You - Sorry - Car - Train - Bus - Bike - Airplane - Boat - Ball - Doll - Bear - Wash Hands - Soap - Water - Sleep - Bath - Sleep Clothes/ Pajamas - Brush Teeth - Books - Blanket What are the benefits of teaching your baby sign language? • Helps babies communicate before talking • Reduces frustration and tantrums • Increases bonding and connection • Opens a window to your child’s heart and mind • Teaches a second language (American Sign Language) • Babies love being able to be understood • Parents love that they can understand what their baby wants and needs There are 4 volumes of Baby Signing Time, Potty Time, and Signing Time Nursery Rhymes to help you and your child learn how to sign using American Sign Language (ASL). After learning the signs in Baby Signing Time, the natural progression is in the Signing Time series to continue learning ASL. For older kids and adults, the online curriculum, Sign It ASL helps you to continue learning. How do I use this program? It is this easy: • Watch the videos often • Learn the signs • Practice all day by using the signs as you converse • Learn the songs and sign along • Watch for signs your baby will show you • Have fun! Baby Sign Language is a vocabulary building series, so there is no need to follow the order of the videos. If you want to know a sign, skip ahead and learn the sign. Go back anytime to review. Customer reviews: I am certain that learning to sign as babies and toddlers helped my daughters learn to read, memorize, and even dance better. I like to joke that signing “turned their brains on”, and perhaps made them more aware of things around them, at an earlier age. I am so grateful for Rachel Coleman’s work and care to bringing these programs to all families. It made a world of difference in our family and I am so grateful to have had it during those younger years especially. We also enjoy the Potty Time, Nursery Rhymes, and the Rachel amp; the TreeSchoolers programs. Keep up the great work! And THANK YOU!!! Charity S. These have been INVALUABLE in helping our kids communicate. Our little girl learned all these signs, plus the signs in the regular series by the time she was 12 months old. She spoke very little, but we knew exactly what she wanted to communicate and to me, that was magical. Our second child is 2.5 and has reverted to meowing instead of speaking. So, we brought out these videos again and I have been so pleased that he watched very intently, and his meows are now accompanied by signs of what he is trying to say. The music is catchy, and the signs are taught in a way that I can remember and use them as well. 5 stars. Well done. Amanda C. "

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Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go

Baby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The only reason I won't give it 5 stars is because I can't buy it! I can only rent it! I definitely want to buy this so that it's always in my Amazon library for my kiddos but instead I'm paying for it every week. PLEASE make this purchase-able!!!!As for quality of the video and the content, there's nothing better. This is the only screen time our daughter had, and she started watching it around 3 months old. She was recognizing our signs around 7 months old, was actively communicating with us via sign language at 12 months and was 100% verbal at 17-18 months, but she still always uses signs along with what she's saying which makes it so helpful when deciphering her cute little toddler jibber jabbers. I recommend this to anyone and everyone!dallas mall,ranking integrated 1st place,max 44% offBaby Signing Time Volume 2: Here I Go