Signing Time Blog
by LeeAnn Mason Baby sign language has lots of benefits and many people are on board with signing with babies. But what about using sign language for children who have developed some spoken language? Should you still sign? While there may naturally
For Immediate Release: AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR DEAF CHILDREN ANNOUNCES SIGNING TIME’S RACHEL COLEMAN AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Washington, D.C. – February 5, 2018 – The American Society for Deaf Children (ASDC), the oldest national non-profit organization providing resources to parents
With Baby Sign Language being a visual language is it okay to let your child watch the Baby Signing Time Videos? What does the American Academy of Pediatrics say about screen time with infants and toddlers? Screen time is the number of hours a person spends
Megan McWilliams, a certified Signing Time Instructor, who uses American Sign Language to present stories, songs and vocabulary activities at the Norfolk Public Library was recently featured in the Norfork Daily News. Megan started signing nine years ago with her oldest daughter.
I started signing with my hearing daughter when she was 6 months old. Originally, my goal was to be able to communicate with her before she could talk. As she grew, signing became so much more than that! She’s now