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Sign With Your Infant Review | Communicate Before They Could Speak.

 

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Sign with Your Baby: How to Communicate with Infants Before They Can Speak (Book, Quick Reference Guide & DVD) DVD – Deluxe Edition, October 5, 2005

 

Editorial Reviews:

Review

Trusted by more than 2,500,000 parents, medical professionals, teachers, childcare professionals . . . and babies . . . worldwide! This Complete Learning Kit provides beginners with THE easiest way to get you started fast with American Sign Language (ASL) baby signing!

This is THE program that launched the worldwide baby signing revolution.

The most award-winning and respected product of its kind for introducing ASL signs to all youngsters, this powerful resource package will help you understand and meet the needs of infants and toddlers long before they can speak.

Author/researcher, Dr. Joseph Garcia offers a straightforward, light-

hearted approach to teaching infants how to communicate with simple ASL signs.

The Complete Learning Kit-US DVD Version – includes the SIGN with your BABY Book, Training Video (DVD), and Quick Reference Guide (total of 3 products) bundled together into one, money-saving package.

Eye contact, interaction and language development all get a boost from the kit, which is aimed at ages 6 months to 3 years. Plus, with a few of the simple signs in hand, the little ones can actually help mom and dad figure out what they need. (Eat? Up? More?)

Parents who stick with it may also see a broader social advantage: bridging that communication barrier between deaf and hearing people of all ages. A Parents’ Choice® Recommendation!
–Parents’ Choice Awards®

About the Author:

  • Sign with Your Baby: How to Communicate with Infants Before They Can Speak (Book, Quick Reference Guide & DVD)+
Total price: $46.80

Author:Ronald Kennedy

Ron attended the Art institute of Chicago in 1980 and Harold Washington College in 1997. He graduated from Malcolm X College in May, 2000 majoring in 'Hearing Loss in America' and 'Children with Hearing Disabilities Around the World' (Ron has another interesting website, https://lovefolks.com regarding Love, Dating & Relationship). A Graduate of Malcolm X College in 2000 with an associate's degree in applied science, Ron also worked with the 'Chicago Area Autopsy Service' which is affiliated with the Medical Examiners Office, near downtown Chicago. The service covered all the local and suburban hospitals when reports of a death is called in.

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