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What signing can do for your child

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Early Communication

Children develop the gross motor skills to sign between 7 and 9 months; the fine motor skills for talking develop at 12 months or later. Signs help children learn spoken words faster and allow parents to better understand children’s early words.

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Reduce Frustration

By allowing children to request something. From MILK to BALL or even MEDICINE, your child can tell you what he wants before he can speak.

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Facilitate Conversation

At a very young age, children can initiate conversations about the MOON, a DINOSAUR in a book or anything of interest and can respond to caregiver’s questions using signs.

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Self-esteem

Signing children are less frustrated, allowing more opportunities for fun, meaningful interactions that benefit their social-emotional development as well.

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It gave our daughter the confidence and ability to communicate early, which fostered her desire to learn more.

- Heather P.

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