Top 20 Baby Signs - Baby Sign Language
Baby sign language is an awesome tool to use before baby can say words. Follow our step-by-step guide to teach it to your baby, includes visual cheat sheet!
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Baby Sign Language
As Harper gets older I am often left wondering what does she want, what is she feeling, does she know what I mean when I say we are going bye-bye? Harper is just about 8 months old and she laughs, she cries, she puts her arms out when she wants to be picked up, she …
I created these visual references of 20 functional signs for my non-verbal students with autism, parents, and staff members who work with the children. After I started learning signs and teaching my students I realized that the signs would not be useful if not generalized across settings. So I cr...
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American Sign Language Intro Sheet
Caregiver info sheet resource for intro to American Sign Language. Organize into basic requests, verbs, food, and drinks. Made by a speech-language pathologist. ...
How to Express Colors in American Sign Language - dummies
Adding color to the canvas only brightens your repertoire of American Sign Language (ASL). This table gives you a start with the signs for basic colors. Here are some sentences that let you practice your newfound coloring skills: English: Her dress is blue and white. Sign: HER DRESS — BLUE WHITE English: His tie is […]
How to Communicate Time in American Sign Language - dummies
To make plans (or even just discuss about what you did over the weekend) with Deaf friends, you need to know how to sign time of day, as well as days or weeks. Sign about time with these American Sign Language (ASL) terms. Check out this table for the days of the week. Use the […]
First Signs Poster - ASL Lenticular Poster
This is an ASL (American Sign Language) poster made with lenticular graphics. When you walk pass the poster or look at it and lean left to right the images change/move - showing you how to make the signs. Its a fun way to learn some basic signs in ASL. These are the typical "first signs" babies will use. The 15 signs/words are: More, Eat, Finish, Drink, Milk, Want, Cookie, Cracker, Book, Home, Bed, Bath, Mom, Dad and Thank You. This is a great baby shower gift or for any parent wanting to…