Baby Signing Training Bibliographies


  • Baby Signing 1-2-3: The East-to-Use Illustrated Guide for Every Stage and Every Age

    Baby Signing 1-2-3 provides specific signs and techniques for different age ranges, so you know how to work best with baby at each stage of development. Packed full of pictures that show and explain each sign, Baby Signing 1-2-3 makes learning and teaching baby signs a breeze, with pictures that clear away the confusion! A large directory including more than 270 baby signs! Sections give you targeted advice based on baby's age. You'll find perfect steps to help you start right from baby's birth, or later in baby's life.

  • Baby Signs: How to Talk with Your Baby Before Your Baby Can Talk

    Inside you will find an expanded dictionary with easy-to-follow photos of 150 American Sign Language signs along with a set of 35 “baby-friendly” alternatives, new research showing the benefits of Baby Signs for children's emotional development, for the parent- child relationship, and for reducing frustration and aggression in childcare settings, information to help parents use the magic of Baby Signs to meet the challenges of potty training as well as real-life stories of parents achieving both stunning and heartwarming communication breakthroughs with their children.

  • Come Sign With Us: Sign Language Activities for Children

    Here is a fully illustrated activities manual for teaching children sign language. Come Sign With Us features more than 300 line drawings of adults and children signing familiar words, phrases, and sentences using American Sign Language (ASL) signs in English word order. Each of the twenty lively lessons introduces ten selected target vocabulary words in a format familiar and exciting to children

  • Knack Baby Sign Language: A Step-by-Step Guide to Communicating with Your Little One

    With more than 450 full-color photos, text, and sidebars, Knack Baby Sign Language provides a user-friendly, efficient method to learn and teach a baby sign language. Organized by age, it provides signs appropriate to use with babies, with toddlers, and with older children for whom signing with games, songs, and rhymes is enriching. The signs can also be used with special needs children and those with delayed communication abilities.

  • Signs For Me: Basic Sign Vocabulary for Children, Parents & Teachers

    Provides a multi-dimensional sign language vocabulary for pre-school and elementary school children. The authors introduce common household items, animals, family, verbs, emotions, safety, and other concepts. Each of the vocabulary words features a picture, sign illustration, and the English word. The American Manual Alphabet, number signs, and a list of different American Sign Language handshapes are included for handy reference.