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Favorite DVDs:Signing Time Products. For babies, I like the Baby Signing Time series. They are simpler and geared for babies and toddlers. Once your baby masters the Baby Signing Time series, try Leah's Farm and Zoo Train next.
Favorite Flashcards: For babies, I think Monta Briant's colorful photographs are perfect. I arranged mine in a cheap photo album. I could rearrange the cards to tell stories. For more advanced signers, the Sign2Me cards work well. The cartoon images aren't as nice as Monta's photographs, but they cover a wide range of topics and include English and Spanish (with pronunciation guide). I also love the Mocobabies flashcards. They are cute and whimsical.
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