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Baby Sign Language: Alphabet A to G | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Alphabet A to G | Parents

-A, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C, D, E, F, G


Baby Sign Language interview with Rocco and Angelene

Baby Sign Language interview with Rocco and Angelene

…..and apple. We’re just learning signing this morning on “A” Morning talking about the advantages of being able to communicate with your baby before your baby can communicate with you by speaking. We have Charlene, and we have Angelene and Read more…


“LEARN YOUR ABC’s”-Baby Sign Language- ASL (Portland Oregon)

“LEARN YOUR ABC’s”-Baby Sign Language- ASL (Portland Oregon)

Hi! Let’s learn the ABCs. Let’s do it really slow to start with. So we’ve got A B C D E F G H I J Just take your I and make it into a J K, you’ll put your Read more…


“FRUSTRATED & WORRIED”-Baby Sign Language- ASL (Portland Oregon)

“FRUSTRATED & WORRIED”-Baby Sign Language- ASL (Portland Oregon)

Hi! I’d like to teach you a couple of emotion signs today: frustrated & worried. “Frustrated” you take the back of your fingertips & you hit your chin. For “worried” you make “B” hands & and you throw them up Read more…


Barbie – The Twins Love Luvabella | Ep.164

Barbie – The Twins Love Luvabella | Ep.164

Barbie – The Twins Love Luvabella (Baby noises) You stinky! (Baby noises) I not sure what he have for breakfast, but it not smell good Alright Mister! Time to change your diaper Oooh! I do it? That’s alright Isabelle This Read more…


Understand Baby Sign Language : Understand Basic Baby Sign Language

Understand Baby Sign Language : Understand Basic Baby Sign Language

Hi, this is Nicki with baby signs on behalf of Expert Village. And in this clip we’re going to talk about what you’re going to learn if you attend a sign say and play class. You’ll meet Bebo the baby Read more…


Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs | Parents

[ MUSIC ] The approach that I find works best with most families is to start with two to five signs that are big priorities and then build it from there. Start adding in signs as your child acquires signs. Read more…


Baby Sign Language: Family Signs | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Family Signs | Parents

[ MUSIC ] Signing with babies can be amazingly helpful, because it gives them a tool for expression before they’ve developed speech. The way it works in American Sign Language is that the female signs are below the nose, and Read more…


Signing Time! “Nice to Meet You”

Nice to meet you! Sign nice. One palm moves nicely across the other palm. Nice. Meet. Pretend your pointers are two different people, When they come together, they meet! Meet. You. Just point right at the person. You! Nice to Read more…


Baby Sign Language with my Cousin

Baby Sign Language with my Cousin

Can you do some signs with me? Is that cool? Can you do goat? Goat? Cow! Oh, cow! Okay cow. Can you do… Horse! Yeah horse, nice! Brown horse! Oh brown horse, nice okay. Can we do… Goat! Oh goat, Read more…