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Baby Fingers™: Teaching Your Baby to Sign

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Using sign language, babies everywhere are successfully communicating their needs and desires even before they can talk. They are jump-starting their communications and language skills while deepening parent-child bonds. With this adorable board book of simple signs, created by a leading expert in the field who runs her own school in Manhattan, parents can take advantage o ...more
Board Book, 24 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Sterling
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Jun 27, 2009 Libby rated it it was ok
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I want to teach my son some basic signs that are important for communication such as: "eat", "done", "more", "toilet", etc. While it might be good to make them learn others, I don't really have any use for my son to be able to tell me "cat", and so I see no reason to teach him that. By the time he'll care about cats, I hope he can say it out loud. Also, Heller had a good idea- that is to show kids doing the signs, but I think if I didn't already know all the signs myself, it would have been real ...more
Mar 23, 2009 Ashley rated it it was ok
I borrowed this book from the library, to read (and participate) with my son. I thought it would be a "cute" read... Well, having some experience with early childhood education I feel that this is not really developmentally appropriate nor conducive to learning and teaching your child sign language.
The book uses young children to demonstrate the signs(which is very cute mind you), but the advantage of having an adult demonstration is that the motions are usually correct. Also (if I'm rememberin
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