Bring the magic and fun of American Sign Language to the children in your life.

Ages 0-3: Our system starts with Baby Signing Time and Potty Time. Baby Sign Language lets babies communicate their needs rather than crying. Children are able to understand language as early as 6 months, however the ability to speak requires complex fine motor skills that don’t develop until much later. The result is frustration and tantrums.

Ages 3-8: Signing Time will introduce your child to over 1,000 ASL signs. Signing Time Sentences teaches all ages how to put your signs together in conversation. Rachel and the TreeSchoolers teaches preschool science through songs and signs. Our mission is to bring the benefits of American Sign Language and active learning to people of all ages and abilities.

Ages 0-3

Baby Signing Time

Ages 3-8

Signing Time

Ages 2-4

Signing Time

Ages 2-4

TreeSchoolers

Why Teach your Baby Sign Language?

When children’s hands are moving, their minds are learning.

Baby Sign Language lets babies communicate their needs rather than crying. Children are able to understand language as early as 6 months, but the ability to speak requires complex fine motor skills that don’t develop until much later. The result is a frustration and tantrums.

On the other hands, the motor skills required to use sign language develop much sooner than spoken language.  Children who learn baby sign language can start using signs as early as 6 to 9 months! The result is a baby who can express her wants and needs.

For babies, sign language is a visual language. Many basic signs resemble what they mean. For example, to sign ball, you show the shape of a ball with your hands. See some examples on our Baby Sign Language Dictionary. This makes sign language fun and easy for kids.

Teaching your baby sign language can unlock the world around them and give their minds a head start.

  • Open a window to your child’s heart & mind
  • Reduce tantrums & increase bonding
  • Build vocabulary & instill confidence
  • Cognitive benefits of being bilingual

More – Signing with Babies

More – Signing with Kids

Watch Molly show off her signs!

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