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  • It is a known fact that the more senses you engage while learning, the more your brain retains the information so help your children learn how to spell and recognize their names, with this ASL Alphabet Chart. Here are some ways to use the ASL Alphabet Chart to help your child learn the alphabet. Singing the alphabet song never gets old! Try using the...

  • Baby Sign Language has been proven to help babies to communicate before their speech development has progressed enough to be able to use spoken language. Our Baby Signs Chart is great for any parents looking to start learning and teaching their baby sign language.  Our Baby Signs Chart includes: mom dad milk water eat drink more all done...

  • Christmas is a great time to introduce some fun holiday signs to your baby or toddler. Our Baby Sign Language quick reference chart shows some common Christmas words that you and your baby will enjoy signing. Pin it or save it on your computer or phone for quick reference. Our Baby Sign Language Christmas Chart includes: Merry Christmas...

  • The use of American Sign Language or Baby Sign Language to teach your child the colors gives your child the ability to learn them before they can even speak. There are many fun ways to encourage your child to learn to identify the colors and the addition of sign language adds to their ability to retain the information they are learning.

  • Learning and using the ASL signs associated with Love - can be a great bonding experience for you and your child. This pinable Baby Sign Language "Love Signs" chart is perfect for learning those basic signs. Our Love Signs Chart includes: love heart kiss hug red pink sweetheart flowers I Love You Happy Valentine's Day

  • There are so many valuable lessons to teach your child with regards to numbers. Starting them early is never a bad idea! How can you use these ASL numbers charts and ASL numbers flashcards with your child? - Each number is displayed in four different ways – ASL, Written English, Numerical, and in a visual representation with the use of dots. To...

  • There are so many valuable lessons to teach your child with regards to numbers. Starting them early is never a bad idea! If you are just starting off - check out our Beginners ASL Number Chart which includes the numbers 1-10. This is our Intermediate Numbers Chart wihich features the numbers 1 through to 30. Available both in the pinnable version for...

  • Our top 30+ signs that are used for Baby Sign Language. The ASL signs include: Family Signs: Mom, Dad, Baby, Sister, Brother, Grandma/Grandpa Feeling Signs: Afraid, Happy, Mad, Sad, Hot, Cold Manners Signs: Thank You, Please, Sorry, No/Yes, Hurt, Love Actions Signs: Eat/Food, Drink, Bed, More, All Done/Finished, Play Food Signs: Milk, Water, Cereal,...

  • For most parents, there will come a time when your signing baby is left with a caregiver such as a grandparent, family member, nanny, daycare staff, baby sitter etc. Many people are not exposed to American Sign Language and therefore, they will not be able to understand what your baby is doing with their hands. Our iCANsign Caregiver's Guide is...

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