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My Baby Can Talk – Exploring Signs introduces babies to twenty-four words and signs to encourage them to explore and begin to communicate about the wonders of the world around them. This playful exploration presents baby’s expanding world in a fun and fascinating way — offering words and signs for colors, foods, nature and play. This program includes a Parent Tutorial focusing on key guidelines to begin signing with babies as well as additional signs for parents to teach their little ones — including signs for emotions such as happy, sad, excited and sorry. Honored more than twenty prestigious parenting awards and reviewed and endorsed by child psychologists, professionals in the media as well as early childhood educators; the My Baby Can Talk series inspires preverbal communication as well as first spoken words and is the first program featuring preverbal babies signing. Research has shown that babies who use sign language tend to speak sooner with larger vocabularies, show an increase in IQ scores and engage in more sophisticated play. The My Baby Can Talk series is specifically developed to respect the developmental stage, attention span and intellect of hearing babies from 10 to 36 months. This program includes a Parent Tutorial and a printed Quick Reference Signing Card. is the premier resource center on the Internet for babies and signing featuring detailed tutorials, background research, and a video dictionary with more than 200 ASL signs that
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