We hand-picked this because: Santa will bring oodles of toys, but you can give baby the gift of communicating with Baby Signing Time — winner of 11 National Parenting Awards!
Have you ever realized that all babies sign before they speak? They wave goodbye, blow kisses, clap, play peek-a-boo — the list goes on! Babies can easily pick up and begin to use real sign language to actually communicate what they see, feel, and need long before they start talking. That's why Baby Signing Time is the must-have necessity for every child from 3 months to 3 years old. Apple, milk, eat, mama, dada... Baby Signing Time teaches you all the basic words you use every day. Parents who sign with their babies are often amazed by what their little one has to say. Don't wait to communicate with your favorite little person!
"I purchased this product for my 2 year old who has a severe receptive/expressive delay and within two weeks he was signing and saying new words.I am truely amazed at the progress he has shown in such a short time!" -Niki
"I love signing time! I started renting them from our local library with my son was 18 months I wish I would have discovered them sooner. He was a slow talker and once we started getting these his vocabulary exploded! He is almost 4 and still loves to watch them with his little brother who is 13 months. I love them because they are fun for everyone of every age group and I can now communicate with my kids in a quiet manner that we all enjoy!" -Shala
"We got these for our son when he was 15 months old and he began to sign within 2 weeks. It has helped him to communicate so much before he was able to speak much. I wish we had started it with him when he was even younger. I feel like the price is a bit higher than it should be, but they videos are definitely worth it. I am giving Baby Signing Times to both my sister (who is expecting) and my niece (who has a newborn) this year for Christmas!! - kcam
About Baby Signing Time
Signing Time is a labor of love, born out of the desire for one mother to create a community that could communicate with her deaf daughter. Two Little Hands Productions, co-founded by sisters Rachel Coleman and Emilie Brown, is the company that produces and distributes the Signing Time product line.