Baby Sign Language

Baby sign language is a way to teach infants how to communicate using hand gestures. Because hand gestures are easier for a baby than controlling their vocal chords, babies can start communicating about six months earlier than if you were just relying on speech. And being able to sign accelerates baby’s progress to words, with studies showing that signing babies developing bigger speaking vocabularies than their non-signing counterparts.

BabySignLanguage.com is a project for parents teaching infants and toddlers early communication skills. We believe that early communication sets the foundation for accelerated learning, reduced frustration, and a closer relationship between parent and child.

Our website contains baby sign language resources designed around the pedagogical needs of infants and toddlers. In everything we do we take into account the daily challenges confronted by new parents as they attempt to equip their babies with the tools to thrive.

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