Sign Baby, Sign! Theme: Love
This class will offer parents and babies the opportunity to learn everyday signs (ASL), advance the language development of their children, and understand their wants and needs much earlier than their spoken development would allow.
Babies want to communicate their wants and needs, but speech production happens at a slower rate than cognitive development. Because of this, infants and toddlers become frustrated and tantrums occur. Learning sign language can allow your child to communicate their desires before they are able to speak them. Babies can understand sign language as early as six months and begin to use it expressively between 8-10 months.
Research has been done indicating many benefits of using sign language with your child, including: