My Baby Can Talk - First Signs Board Bookby J. K. Waidhofer
The My Baby Can Talk First Signs Board Book invites babies and parents to come on an engaging and interactive journey to discover the first twenty-four signs and words that are most loved by babies including eat drink milk more book go and favorite animals! This charming board book can be used to support the words and signs presented in the My Baby Can Talk First Signs DVD or introduce this book separately for hours of educational enjoyment.Each page comes alive with the word a vibrant real world image and a delightful poem for you to share with your baby. You will also find an illustration of the sign and a formal sign description for you to learn and offer to your little one.Babies are able to communicate at a much earlier age than they are able to speak. Research has shown that babies who use sign language tend to speak sooner with larger vocabularies show an increase in IQ scores and engage in more sophisticated play.
- Baby Hands Productions, Incorporated
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.50(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.50(d)
- Age Range:
- 3 Months to 3 Years
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I recommend these books to any parents, or anyone looking to buy a baby shower gift, or even a 1st birthday gift. I especially recommend these books for late-talking babies. My son was 21 mos old and still barely even saying Mommy. I was a busy working mom who didn't know any sign language and didn't have time to learn. We chose these books because they covered only the basic simple words, and were super-easy to learn. It took us a couple weeks to get him to make his first sign "more," but after that he picked up about one sign a week, and the books made it easy for ME to learn the signs first so that I could teach them to him. He finally started talking after he was 2, and is now catching up just fine. But I wish I'd had these books from the time he was 6-10 mos old, because I suspect he had the capacity to communicate at least a year before he was able to verbally speak.