Thursday, September 4, 2008

Quick Baby Sign Language Reference Chart

Here's a quick and free way to start teaching your baby sign language. Print out several copies of this reference chart. Post one on the fridge and one above the changing table. Put two inside page protectors (for 3-ring-binders) and place one in your diaper bag and use one as a placemat and "book" for your child. You, your child, and other family members will have the signs memorized in no time.


Shelle October 2, 2009 at 11:02 AM  

Hi, I'm following your blog. I was just about to do a post on signing on my blog and found your website. I can't wait to get back and read more. Thanks.

Tholmes August 14, 2010 at 5:10 PM  

Thank you for your sight, it is a great site and has a lot of great links as well..
I do not have a child but I do look after a special needs lady and I am now teaching her the baby signs and for the first time in years we are starting to communicate, thank you..

aslonline May 12, 2011 at 3:24 AM  

There are numerous benefits from online American Sign Language. First, you do not have to look for a class in your community to sign up. You can simply look on the web for online American Sign Language. Second, you will save a lot of time and money driving to and from class each week. The nice thing about learning online American Sign Language is that you do not have to get dressed and drive somewhere. You can learn from the comforts of your own home. Additionally, online American Sign Language is less intimidating than a typical classroom. Some people are afraid to make mistakes or to sign in front of others. With learning American Sign Language online, all of those worries and fears are gone. So, you can save a lot of money and time by learning online. The program offers 24/7 access, and therefore will fit into anyones schedule, no matter how busy you are. Some people will even work at their lessons during their lunch periods at work. Online learning has a tremendous number of benefits.

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