Simple Baby Sign Language can help your baby tell you what they want and when they want it!
I bet you would like to find a better way to communicate with your little one that doesn’t involve tantrums, crying and screaming? Here’s what we do…
Every day, more parent’s than ever before are learning how to communicate with their babies before they can talk.
With Toddler Interpreter’s Baby Sign Language resources, they have access to the simplest process of introducing baby signing to their child – the exact same program that is used by tens of thousands of parent’s Worldwide.
With baby sign language you too can experience the joy on your little ones face when they realize that you have understood what they want – each and every time.
No prior experience with sign language is necessary…
In fact, this is the reason that many mothers and fathers miss out on the opportunity – they perceive that sign language is a whole new language that will need to be taught and they soon come to the conclusion that they simply don’t have time for that.
Toddler Interpreter is all about making your parenting journey easier not adding to your never ending list of things to do as a new parent. All you really need is about 20-30 minutes to read our baby sign language program, which is very easy to follow and then implement the method at the next available opportunity. That’s it. No 10 minutes of practice daily or classes. Sure, go to a class if you feel like socializing but the truth is that baby sign language is best taught and implemented by the parent at home.
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Babies rely on their parent’s to provide them with their every need. There are many ways to show your baby that you love and care for them and baby sign language is yet another method you can introduce with ease.
When babies know that their needs are going to be met and know that they can rely on you to understand them, they are more relaxed and develop a sense of calm. Imagine being able to placate a small crying baby by letting them know that you are getting their milk ready for them – and actually have them understand you!
What’s more is that you can use baby sign language to find out more about that developing personality sooner…
With Toddler Interpreter, you’ll quickly learn to enjoy two way communication from a very early age. In fact, some babies as early as 4 months can understand their parent’s using baby sign language.
What’s more is that your baby doesn’t even need to be at the age where they can do the sign before it becomes useful. By signing at a very early age you are not only providing them a good foundation for later on, but also allowing them to understand you much earlier as well.
But baby sign language is not just for the very young babies…the benefits extend all the way to school aged children.
The truth is, it really should be called something else because baby sign language doesn’t really sum up the benefits of this amazing communication method.
Baby sign language really comes into it’s own around 12-14 months of age. Although your baby may sign their first baby sign to you at 9 months of age, it isn’t until they have a few up their sleeve that it really becomes a fantastic way for you to communicate back and forth.
Not only that, once they have learned this fantastic skill they will want to know more and more signs as they replace the previous signs with words. Once they have learnt a word they will speak it and compliment it with new signs to make more complicated sentences.
The World’s most respected Baby Sign Language community…
The main advantage of using baby sign language is that it allows parents to connect with their children – it takes it beyond the toddler just pointing at what they want. The Daily
My son has over 70 signs now and just loves teaching all his friends! This is an amazing program. Lucy Jackson – VCFS and 22q11 Foundation
What about premature babies, or children affected with Downs Syndrome, VCFS, 22q11 or Autism – can they benefit from baby sign language too?
Although there are many benefits of baby sign language for hearing babies and toddlers, there are also many other children that will specifically benefit from learning early communication skills.
Babies born prematurely are at a higher risk of developing a speech delay and one of the therapies that will be used to correct this will be introducing sign language. Give your baby a developmental head start by introducing baby sign language as early as possible.
There are many other children that are at higher risk of developing speech delay including those affected by Downs Syndrome, VCFS or 22q11 and Autism. Many of these children will go on to use sign language later on in life. Introduce baby sign language to them at the earliest possible age to assist them with their communication development and social skills.
Research has proven that children who learn baby sign language learn to speak earlier and have a greater comprehension of words. By introducing baby sign language to them you are providing them with a great foundation and potentially reducing the impact for later on.
Further to this, the baby signs and gestures provide a visual clue to the word helping them to develop their communication skills.
Learn this amazing communication method…
We’ll provide you will all the resources and support you need to learn how to communicate with your baby using these simple gestures.
Our Toddler Interpreter Book is pocket sized and perfect to carry with you on outings so you can look up a new sign at any time.
Our Toddler Interpreter Chart is a great way to remember all the essential signs and it contains all the signs you should teach first!
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Direct support from the authors of Toddler Interpreter…
That’s correct. We too are signing parent’s and have a wealth of knowledge that we are willing to share, as long as you can put up with a story or two of our baby Scarlette along the way! We are always here to answer your questions, share in your experience and help guide you along your baby sign language journey.
Don’t just take our word for it – see what our other parent’s are saying about our program…
Even though I started using baby sign language out of curiosity, I am glad that I did as Immy was not ready to communicate verbally with us until very recently. I am sure that these signs have saved us more than a few frustrated tantrums as they have allowed her to communicate non-verbally before she had the words to actually say.
I’ve just started baby sign language with my daughter. She is 5 1/2 months. I signed with my son when he was about this age, then went back to work, got busy and didn’t see much result, so I gave up on it…THEN, when he was about a year old, he started making signs that I hadn’t used more than a few times when he was just itty bitty. It was amazing! He consistently used about 10-15 signs until he was able to talk well. He’s just over 2 now Last weekend we went to a parade. He was SO excited about the parade and overcome that he was a loss for words. The first marching band and float were one thing, but when he saw that there was MORE to the parade than just that, he began FURIOUSLY signing “more” over and over and over! After my experience with him, I am very motivated to continue this with his sister.
I would love to give this a shot with my daughter, I had no idea you could start it so early. There are definitely times that she looks at me and I just wish I could understand what she was trying to say!
When I got my book in the mail, I was so excited to read up and start this with Chandler. I was worried that he would be to young since he just turned a year old. Come to find out though, you can start as young as 6 months and as late as 30 months. It is truly amazing, we are still working on the first stage but I feel that he will be doing this in no time. The book consists of 5 stages total, and each stage has 12 new signs and you teach your child based on his or her age. This will work out great not only at home but as well as preschool. I highly recommend this book to all parents/grandparents out there that want to be able to talk to their little one.
It’s become known that babies are receptive to learning sign language long before they can speak. I think it’s terrific that there are parents teaching their children signing early on. I really like that the book offers a simple, clear color picture of a sign being made as well as a brief written description of how to make it. I also appreciated the picture index of all signs at the back of the book, listed in alphabetical order for quick reference.
The book offers a number of reasons why you should use sign language with your child including facilitation of communication at a young age, bonding, improved social skills, stimulation of the mind and use of body language. Those are all valid reasons but I’d like to offer two more. One – If you wait for your child to develop and speak according to a typical timeline and they don’t then you’ve wasted a lot of precious time that you could have spent teaching and learning alternate communication skills. Two. The comprehension and use of simple signs is more than just a way for children to make themselves understood. It’s also a way for children to understand others who cannot communicate.
The thing I really like about this book is that they reinforce the fact that each child will do these signs differently (which isn’t necessarily important), because what is important is the understanding between the child and parent, not that they are doing them perfectly. The main idea is that the parent is able to understand what the child wants and teaching them basic signs for main things children will require and want at this age is an amazing way to communicate with your baby/toddler.
What I liked about this comprehensive book is that it is chock-full of beautiful photos and illustrations, along with an index in the back of the book. This all-inclusive book includes answers and FAQ such as why you should teach your toddler to sign; when you should begin teaching and what makes this book unique compared to similar books of it’s genre.
If you’re a parent, pre-school teacher or daycare provider, this is one reference book you should read, implement and keep at-the ready on your bookshelf.
I thoroughly enjoyed trying this with my son – combined with his few verbal words, he now signs for bath, a drink, where and more which has eased a lot of our stressful times. I would have loved to have had this book sooner, as you can begin signing as early as 6 months, so I could have enjoyed the benefits sooner. It is a wonderful bond to know that your non-verbal baby is telling you something and you are understanding them.
I wish I would have had Toddler Interpreter earlier on because it would have been nice to start teaching him even earlier. I recommend this book to all parent’s with babies/toddlers. I was amazed at how quickly he picked up the signs.
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