Baby Signing

Children with Down Syndrome take to Signing Time

Signing Time is for children of all abilities, including children who have Down syndrome. Since it is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we compiled different stories from parents all over the United States, who have shared their experience using Signing Time with their children who have Down Syndrome. We hope you are enlightened by what others have to say. Feel free to share your stories too. Solid Means of Communication By Tammy H. mother of Parker from Alpine, UT Parker was in the PICU after a very frightening surgery to remove his tonsils. Because of airway issues he …

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Drum Roll Please….

THANK YOU ALL for all of your amazing posts about Baby Signing Time! We have randomly selected the winner of the 2008 Baby Signing Time blog competition!! YAY for Jessica K. from Rexburg, Idaho!! Jessica will receive a Baby Signing Time Gift Set that includes all four Baby Signing Time DVDs and corresponding music CDs. If you haven’t had a chance to see what Baby Signing Time 3: A New Day and Baby Signing Time 4: Let’s be Friends is all about, you can watch the previews on our BRAND NEW Baby Signing Time website!

Rachel performing in Salem, Oregon

Just wanted to let all of you know that Rachel will be performing during the Willamette Valley Down Syndrome Association (WVDSA) Buddy Walk from 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 27th at the amphitheater located in Riverfront Park in Salem. Rachel will also be performing during a fund-raising concert to benefit the WVDSA. The concert will be held on Friday, September 26th at 6:30 p.m. at the Morningstar Community Church located at 4775 27th Ave SE. Rachel and I will be there to meet you following each event. I also wanted to share a story of one little girl who …

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Interactive Sign Language Site

I ran across this very cute interactive website that not only talks about the benefits of using sign language with young children, but actually provides an interactive sign language dictionary. According to the website, the Babystrology Baby Sign Language Video Dictionary is a fun and free way to learn some basic American Sign Language (ASL) signs that can help you teach your baby. It is also fun to use as a practice tool. Many people have sent us questions regarding the benefits of teaching their babies sign language. When I first started working at Two Little Hands Productions, I remember …

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Signing helped my baby “show off” her personality

We have been signing with our daughter Afton since she was seven months old. She’s now 21 months and usually speaks the words she’s signing as well. This often leads to confusion about why we sign with her if she’s not deaf. Truth be told, I thought the same thing before I joined the team at Two Little Hands Productions last year and we started using Signing Time with our kids. Prior to Signing Time, we were completely “signless.” But once we started signing with Afton, my wife and I, as well as the older kids quickly caught on so …

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