NEW Signing Away Tears & Tantrums
Learn how baby sign language can alleviate your child's tears and whining. Tantrums are often as much about the inability to express a need as they are a frustration over something a child can't have or do. Signing provides children with early outlets to express themselves.
Teaching your baby to wave or clap is no different from teaching them to sign. Sign language can help you bond with your baby through improving lines of communication.
Additionally, repeated studies have shown that on average, children who learned signs as infants and toddlers scored higher on IQ tests.
It's never too early or too late to begin signing.
You'll find it equally rewarding whether your six-month-old signs "milk" or your toddler tells you he wants to read a "book" about "puppies."
The infant class (2-7 months) will focus on basic needs signs.
The toddler class (8-20 months) will focus on description and emotion signs. Parents of toddlers will continue to appreciate sign language long after their child is verbal as it can be used as a quiet game in public places like restaurants and on airplanes.