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  • Basic Handshapes in American Sign Language

    Just as English uses basic sounds and letters to form words, American Sign Language uses basic handshapes. In addition to the...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonAugust 26, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: All Done

    In addition to asking for more, babies also need to be able to signal being finished. Using the sign for the...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJuly 3, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: More

    Babies often want more of something but do not yet have the words to ask for more. The sign for the...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJuly 2, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling Y and Z

    Learning the sign language alphabet is a great tactile tool for teaching your child the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 21, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling V, W, X

    Learning the sign language alphabet is also a great way to learn the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs for the...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 20, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling S, T, U

    \Young children will enjoy learning the sign language alphabet while learning the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs for the letters...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 19, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling P, Q, R

    Learning the sign language alphabet while learning the A-B-Cs is a great educational tool.Teach your baby the signs for the letters...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 18, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling M, N, O

    The sign language alphabet is a great tool for teaching your baby the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs for the...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 17, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling J, K, L

    Learning the sign language alphabet is a visual and tactile way to learn the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs for...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 16, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling G, H, I

    Using the sign language alphabet is a great way to teach young children the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs for...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 15, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling D, E, F

    Children love learning the sign language alphabet while learning the A-B-Cs. Teach your baby the signs for the letters d, e,...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 14, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling A, B, C

    Learning the sign language alphabet is great way to start teaching your baby the letters of written English. Teach your baby...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonJune 13, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Milk

    The word milk is the first sign that my husband and I started using with our daughter. At almost six months...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonMay 30, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Fingerspelling Alphabet

    The American Manual Alphabet, or fingerspelling, is the representation of the letters of written English in American Sign Language. Teach your baby...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonMay 29, 2012
  • Baby Sign Language: Father, Dad, Daddy, Papa

    In addition to mama, daddy or dada is another common first word among babies. Until your baby can talk, however, you...

    Baby Sign LanguageHeather JohnsonMay 27, 2012