Communicate With Your Baby Before They Can Speak

Your baby is frustrated because they have to cry to communicate!
Substitute crying with signing...

Learn How to Use Your First Sign in 15 Minutes or Less

Your baby cries to communicate his/her wants and needs…but your baby doesn’t need to cry! Baby sign is the perfect substitute for the communicative behavior of crying!

By teaching your baby to sign, not only will you reduce both of your frustration that results from breakdowns in communication, but your laid back attitudes will help you to develop an even closer bond!

Introducing baby sign to your baby before the onset of spoken language has been proven to incite verbal language development, enhance overall cognitive development and even improve later academic skills!

Use Our Proven Grow n’ Tell Course To Communicate With Your Baby

Baby Says More Grow n’ Tell gives parents the tools to teach their babies how to use signing to communicate before they have the verbal ability to speak.

Put an end to your constant fear of the unknown by teaching your baby to make his/her wants and needs known!

Baby Sign Language is a form of basic gestural, or visual, communication that can be taught to a baby before the onset of spoken language.  It is easy to integrate into your daily routines with no extra time required.

We provide a free demo so you can see how easy, fun and stress relieving signing can be.

Free Baby Sign Demo

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3 Simple Steps

Complete the 4 simple modules teaching you how to teach your baby to sign.

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Integrate signing into yours and your baby’s daily routines, no EXTRA time needed!

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Expand upon your baby’s first signs by adding more specific signs, introducing phrases and short sentences, and even teaching your baby to use manner terms.

What Signing Looks Like in Day to Day Interactions

Learn How to Use Your First Sign in 15 Minutes or Less

Free Baby Sign Demo

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How Does Your Baby Say “MORE”?

Your baby’s inability to express him/herself creates anxiety for both child and parents.  Crying is in fact your baby’s way of communicating with you.  By substituting signing for crying, your baby will naturally feel less distress, as will you.  Baby signing allows babies as young as 6 months to communicate their wants and needs without shedding a single tear!

You’re baby can learn to communicate that he/she is:

Hungry  Wants more  All done  Tired
Too cold or too hot  And so much more!

You don’t need to feel frustrated when you aren’t sure exactly what your sobbing baby wants!  Even in the wee hours of the night!

Bond With Your Baby by Replacing Crying With Signing

Sign language for babies reduces frustration resulting in a closer parent-child bond.  By empowering your baby with communication, you also empower yourself with knowing what your baby wants.  Don’t waste another minute trying to decipher your baby’s cries when you can be making unforgettable memories instead!  Teach your baby to sign “MOMMY” or “DADDY” and you’ll really make the other parents jealous!

Give Your Baby a Head Start

Baby sign is easy and fun to learn all the while enhancing overall language development and later academic performance.  Signing with your baby incites spoken language, which is the foundation for written language and, consequently, academics.  Research demonstrates the following developmental advantages:

  • Earlier onset of spoken language,
  • Larger vocabulary size,
  • Enhanced verbal development,
  • And even a 12 point IQ advantage, which was demonstrated by an NIH follow-up study of one hundred 8 year-old children who had been taught to sign as babies.

Navigate the Bi/Multilingual Silent Period

Often children in bilingual or multilingual households appear to have a delay in one or each of their languages when looked at individually, or perhaps experience a perceived regression of skills or a period of silence. Not only is this typical, but justifiable. Remember, your child’s language repertoire equals the sum of its parts and your child has the gift of multiple “parts”! Nonetheless, while your child develops multiple languages, you can use baby signs to facilitate his/her expressive language so that he/she can stay focused on organizing the different input from each language without the frustration of not being understood by others.

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