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Sign Language & Early Communication
- New Online Class for Parents of Toddlers: Help your toddler learn to talk with Small Wins with Toddlers (Bath Time Edition)
- Sign Language in 30 Days: Go from complete beginner to confidently using 300 signs in one month Enroll now to learn 300 signs in 30 days.
Sign2Me Early Learning® – The World’s most respected name in Baby Sign Language, early learning, early education, and early literacy tools and resources. This is the very first book I bought to learn more about baby sign language. Buy the book: Sign with Your Baby: How to Communicate with Infants Before They Can Speak
My Smart Hands – A group of baby sign language instructors that use 100% ASL signs to teach parents how to communicate with their hearing babies. Thier classes are full of fun and energy and are filled will music, games, books and more! Click here to find a class in your area (Canada & US)
StartASL – Start ASL offers a variety of material and resources ranging from free online lessons to courses specially designed for students, teachers, homeschoolers, and organizations; as well as an individualized tutoring program for those who desire one-on-one learning. Learn more HERE.
BabySignLanguage.com – is an online resource for parents teaching infants and toddlers early communication skills. They have a massive amount of free resources and training videos to help you learn baby sign language from home. Learn more HERE.
Signing Time – Rachel Coleman and her sister Emilie created the first Signing Time video in 2002 to help their friends and family members learn sign language so they could communicate with Rachel’s daughter, Leah, who is deaf. You’ll love Baby Signing Time. It’s an Award winning baby sign language series that teaches baby’s first 100 words in American Sign Language through music.
Baby Sign and Learn – One of the best apps (I’ve discovered) to learn baby sign language at home (or on-the-go!). The paid version is only $3.99 and you get access to a database of 300 baby signs. What I love most about this app is the flashcard and quiz feature. You can use these to test yourself and accelerate your learning in an engaging way. Get the app HERE.
CanDo Kiddo – Rachel Coley is the pediatric Occupational Therapist, mommy and child development nerd behind CanDo Kiddo. Her goal is to help you confidently & playfully give your kiddos the best start possible. I encourage you to check out her program: Food Before One: online baby feeding course for parents.
Positive Parenting Solutions -From backtalk to bedtimes. Tantrums to power-struggles. Toddlers to teens. Get the help you need to feel EMPOWERED and PROUD at how you handle anything parenthood throws your way, and raise strong, respectful, considerate, and even HELPFUL children. I LOVED her free webinar (and you will too!): How to get kids to listen without nagging, reminding or yelling!
GoZen – provides anxiety relief programs taught via animated videos. Click here to get 6 free anxiety relief printables for kids.