3 Simple Ways to Start Using Baby Sign Language With Your Infant

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by Smart Coos Editorial Staff

The Smart Coos Baby Sign Language Charts are a great way to help everyone learn and play using baby sign language.

Baby's First Signs (3)
Baby Sign Language Chart III

The baby signing charts can be put up around your home to use as a simple reference guide. The poster is letter sized, making it easy to print from any computer.

Bright. Modern. Playful.



Each beautiful baby sign language poster features 12 different baby ASL (American Sign Language) signs including: mom, dad, grandma, thank you, grandpa, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, milk, eat, drink, more, potty, all done, I love you, bed, apple, cereal, water, happy, hurt, book, dog, cat, thank you, cookie, do not touch, frog, gentle, please, hear, help, horse, hot, shoes, and where.

As with all Smart Coos baby sign language products, our ”signing babies & children” demonstrates each sign making it fun for your baby. Each baby sign depicted is accompanied by arrows directing your movement. The same signs are available in the baby sign language videos for your learning language at Smart Coos.

The cute illustrations are eye catching and bright, making the poster a must-have for any baby nursery. Alternatively, place it on the toilet door as something to look at and talk about with toilet-training infants and toddlers.

The Smart Coos Baby Sign Language Posters are perfect for:

  • parents, siblings and grandparents
  • day care centers and pre-schools
  • anyone who wants to teach baby sign language

The Smart Coos Baby Sign Language Poster is designed by Smart Coos.

You may download & print the Smart Coos poster here.



 

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