All Day Long: Teaching Your Baby to Sign
Routines are extremely important for small children, and with these easy-to-make signs, babies and toddlers can gain a better understanding of everyday, familiar events. The signs will take kids right from breakfast in the morning ("hungry!”) to bath and bedtime, with its "blanket” and "teddy bear.” Along the way, children will learn American Sign Language for "play,” "toys,” "share,” "park,” "bath,” and more. And that skill helps stimulate language development and good communication. For every word, a big, friendly photograph shows a young child clearly signing, and Lora Heller offers smart tips on how to encourage your toddler to join in.
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