Baby Sign Language Video Dictionary

This Baby Sign Language Video Dictionary will help you and your little one communicate with each other long before he or she is able to tell you in words.  You’ll find tips and tricks on how to get the most out of baby sign language in my article, Baby Sign Language: Signing the way to better communication, bonding and IQ for your child.

Baby Sign Language Video Dictionary

Baby sign language provides your child with the tools to communicate with you before they have mastered the art of speaking.  There are numerous benefits to signing.  These include an increased IQ, and eliminating tantrums, because your child will be able to tell you exactly what they want.

Follow the tips below and you and your baby should be signing to each other in no time:

  • It’s best to start teaching your baby sign language when they are around six to eight months’ old and are able to hold your gaze for a few seconds.
  • Use signs in context, like when bathing your child.
  • Show your child how to make the signs by guiding his hands, so that he can get the feel of the signs.
  • Always say the word as you make the sign so your child links the two and develops his verbal skills at the same time.
  • Use the signs regularly and consistently.  Make sure all caregivers are using the same signs.

For a more in-depth analysis of the value and benefits of baby sign language, you can read the article entitled Baby Sign Language: Signing the way to better communication, bonding and IQ for your child.

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