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Baby sign language the illustrated and easy-to-use guide by Nancy Cadjan

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Published by Sourcebooks in Naperville, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nonverbal communication in infants,
  • Sign language,
  • Infants -- Language,
  • Language acquisition -- Parent participation,
  • American Sign Language

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementNancy Cadjan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF720.C65 .C33 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17990465M
ISBN 109781402209789
LC Control Number2007023768

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  Guide Book. Baby Sign Language allows pre-verbal children to communicate using hand gestures instead of words. Using signs, babies can communicate as early as six months. Signing reduces frustration and fussing by enabling babies to share their thoughts and express their needs.5/5(1). In this book, Lane has curated the exact information you need to incorporate baby sign language into your daily routine – simply and successfully. In Baby Sign Language Made Easy, you’ll discover practical, effective tools to teach your baby relevant signs such as “more,” “all done,” “milk,” and others, all which having FUN. Learn Effective Baby Signs Now! Jump Start your baby signing experience with this FREE chapter from our Mom’s Choice Award winning book Babies Can Talk. This chapter features the most popular of baby signs along with instruction and insights. Begin right now teaching your baby sign language and best of all, no previous experience is needed. Your little one has a lot to say, and Baby Sign Language Made Easy: Signs to Start Communicating with Your Child Now by Lane Rebelo is a fantastic guide for parents to commit to learning and teaching sign language to their child. This book breaks down sign language steps beginning with the basics and moving on to mealtime and manners, everyday routines, and rounding up with family signs and feelings.