Sign with Your Baby: How to Communicate with Infants Before They Can Speak

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Joseph Garcia
Northlight Communications, Jan 1, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 106 pages
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Infants have control over their hands long before they develop the fine motor skills required for speech. By teaching their infants to sign, starting as early as eight months, more and more parents, grandparents and caregivers are recognizing the many benefits of this early communication. In this book, author and researcher Joseph Garcia offers a straightforward and lighthearted approach to teaching infants how to communicate using simple sign language. This method does not require learning an entire new language. Rather, Joseph teaches how using a few simple gestures can make a big difference in empowering and meeting the needs of your baby.--From publisher description.

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Review: Sign With Your Baby Quick Reference Guide (Laminat

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Very good for you and othersthat do not know signs. But hard to recognise signs if you are not shown grandma wont know by looking at guide but will help reminder her. Read full review

Review: Sign With Your Baby Complete Learning Kit

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I absolutely love this kit! With helping your baby to learn sign language it opens the door to communication and therefore less screaming and frustration by your baby. Read full review


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