Signing Time Blog

AAP lifts ‘no screens’ rule for babies

New rules say interaction is key The American Academy of Pediatrics released updated media guidelines for parents of infants and toddlers. Screen time that fosters interaction, such as video chats with grandparents, and videos that help babies learn words are

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Rachel’s Birthday Surprise

Rachel Coleman, host of Signing Time, got a very special surprise on her birthday this year: a niece! Need a baby shower gift? Get the New Baby Bundle! Get the New Baby Bundle

#HopkinsHolidays – Canadian Thanksgiving

Hopkins had so much fun with #WhereIsHopkins that he wanted to go on more adventures. He is exploring the different holidays and traditions around the world with #HopkinsHolidays. Today is Thanksgiving in Canada which is the festivals of thanks and celebration

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Supporting Down Syndrome Awareness Month

The Signing Time Foundation is proud to be a long-standing supporter of children with Down syndrome and their families.  Signing Time Co-founder Rachel Coleman can often be found at the National Down Syndrome Society Buddy Walks around the country. We’ve been working hard to

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American Sign Language and Apraxia of Speech

Children with Apraxia of Speech experience difficulties when the muscles involved in forming the sounds do not work properly. This makes it hard to say their words. Children with Apraxia and other speech and language disorders have difficulty communicating their wants and needs, which

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