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Why Sign With Your Baby?

How often has your baby cried for what appears to be no reason, but stops the minute you hand them a favourite toy? Or realise they have a fever? Imagine if your baby could tell you that they were feeling unwell, or was tired and needed to sleep?

Signing Baby will teach you how to communicate with your baby in sign language, because the pathways and physiological development between their brain and hands develops faster than that between their brain and mouth.

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Benefits of Signing

  • Help your baby or toddler develop language skills and increase their vocabulary.
  • Research indicates that signing babies score higher on intelligence tests, understand more words, have larger vocabularies, and engage in more sophisticated play.
  • Signing helps you avoid unnecessary crying and frustration.
  • It is beneficial for all children, including children with learning or developmental delays.
  • The scientific community is placing increasing emphasis on emotional IQ. It is during the first three crucial years that your baby learns what to expect from the world and how the world responds to them. The importance and satisfaction of being able to communicate your baby’s needs, joys, fears, and to have them understood should not be underestimated.
  • Signing shows you that your baby is already pretty smart, and wants to interact with you on a more meaningful level.
  • It is a wonderful way to bond with your baby as you learn more about their personality, before they learn to speak.

SPECIAL PRICE OF R350

Are You Ready?

Checklist for Signing

  • Is your baby 6 months old?
  • Is your baby trying to point?
  • Is your baby bringing objects to you and looking for a response?
  • Is your baby beginning to wave hello or goodbye?
  • Is your baby nodding or shaking their head?
  • Is your baby beginning to look at pictures?
  • Is your baby becoming frustrated when they are unable to express their needs?

Then your baby is ready to sign!

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Share Discoveries

The World is a Magical Place

Babies and children find the smallest new discoveries fascinating. Their faces light up when a raindrop hits a puddle, when a caterpillar crawls across their finger, or when an animal walks in front of them. The world is a magical place for your baby, full of adventures, things to see, smell, touch, taste, and hear, and they want to share all their new discoveries with you. Signing Baby will give you the tools you need to help your child share their world with the ones they love.

Signing Baby gives you a window into your baby’s world, and enriches the connection between parent and child.

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WHY SIGN?

  • Help your child develop language skills and increase their vocabulary.
  • Avoid unnecessary crying and frustration.
  • Interact on a more meaningful level.
  • Bond with your baby.
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Follow Along

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  • Children learn so much through play. And I’m sure you’ll agree that the best games are the spontaneous, “cup and a bucket” games that cost nothing! We tend to believe that our children need so much more “stuff” than they actually do, and this can distract us from the wholesome, old school games which encourage them to use their imaginations freely. Playing games provides so many opportunities for us to practice signing: words like more, please and thank you can be repeated endlessly! 
What do you and your children like to do “for free”? .
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  • Want to silence the tantrums in your home? Teach your baby how to use sign language to express themselves and ask for help! It’s such an easy and effective way to reduce frustration and bond with your baby ❤️
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  • The muscles and neurons required to get a message from your baby’s brain to their mouth, and for their  mouth and throat to make the appropriate sounds of speech, take longer to develop than those required to get the message from their brain to their hands. It makes perfect sense: we should be teaching babies how to communicate with their hands first.
Communication can begin as early as 6 months old with the help of signing! There’s no need to wait until your baby is 18 months old before learning who they are, signing opens the window to their personalities, likes and dislikes much sooner. .
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  • When you ask a parent what the most difficult part of parenting young children is, most will say “not knowing what they want and having to listen to all that crying, while I stand around helplessly!” Signing Baby prevents that exact scenario, as your baby will be given the tools to tell you what they need or want before their frustration manifests  as a meltdown. Your child can tell you, through sign language, that they’re hungry, tired, cold, or need a nappy change. What a GAME CHANGER! The Signing Baby ebook will teach you everything you need to know to reduce the frustration and feelings of helplessness that come from lack of communication with your baby or toddler. It’s available on our website for just R350. www.signingbaby.co.za .
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  • “But what if my baby is already babbling and can say one or two words?”
No problem! Any child who is not yet talking fluently, will benefit from learning to sign. Although it may feel like they’re on the brink of full speech, it actually takes a long time for them to start collecting words, and being able to say them efficiently. We believe any child under 2 (or over 2 who is not yet verbal) deserves to be taught how to sign, so that they can communicate effectively with you! Give your child the gift of language, long before they can actually say thank you. (They’ll be able to sign it though!) .
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#signlanguage #motherhood #baby #babysign #babysignlanguage #signing #communication #learning #education #language #daughter #toddler #momlife #mymotherhoodjourney #mommyandme
  • Children learn so much through play. And I’m sure you’ll agree that the best games are the spontaneous, “cup and a bucket” games that cost nothing! We tend to believe that our children need so much more “stuff” than they actually do, and this can distract us from the wholesome, old school games which encourage them to use their imaginations freely. Playing games provides so many opportunities for us to practice signing: words like more, please and thank you can be repeated endlessly! 
What do you and your children like to do “for free”? .
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#signingbabysa #signingbaby #babysignlanguage #signlanguage #speech #language #babysign #fun #toddler #baby #imagination #letthembelittle #waterplay #parenthood #momlife #learningthroughplay #oldschool
  • Want to silence the tantrums in your home? Teach your baby how to use sign language to express themselves and ask for help! It’s such an easy and effective way to reduce frustration and bond with your baby ❤️
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#signingbabysa #babysignlanguage #signlanguage #language #speech #tantrums #baby #motherhood #babysign #signingbaby #teacher #development #toddler #communication #samom
  • The muscles and neurons required to get a message from your baby’s brain to their mouth, and for their  mouth and throat to make the appropriate sounds of speech, take longer to develop than those required to get the message from their brain to their hands. It makes perfect sense: we should be teaching babies how to communicate with their hands first.
Communication can begin as early as 6 months old with the help of signing! There’s no need to wait until your baby is 18 months old before learning who they are, signing opens the window to their personalities, likes and dislikes much sooner. .
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#signingbabysa #babysign #signingbaby #baby #toddler #communication #language #speech #signlanguage #morherhood #momlife #tinyhands #hands #sign #development #childhood
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