Sign Language for Babies 6-Week Series

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Do you want to know what your baby or toddler is thinking? Do you want to cut down on crying & frustration?

Sign language is a great way to help you communicate with your pre-verbal baby. It helps babies that are ready to communicate, but can't quite bridge the gap to full speech. Imagine how your life would change for the better if your baby could just tell you what he or she is thinking! :-)

Signing with babies has numerous cognitive & linguistic benefits, but most importantly it's fun and helps you bond with your child. Babies that sign are often less fussy because they're able to communicate what they want in ways other than crying. Research also shows that babies that utilize sign language get a great start in life -- with increased vocabularies and more advanced cognitive skills, even years after they have stopped signing.

Our Sign Language for Babies (SLFB): a 6-week interactive series for parents and their babies (6-18 months old) includes:
* An overview of language development
* Over 50 American Sign Language (ASL) signs
* Easy ways to incorporate signing into your daily routine
* Fun songs and activities to facilitate the learning of signs
* Take home reference materials

Wednesdays 3:30pm - starts October 31st

Saturdays 10am - starts October 27th

Please call 818-380-3111 to reserve your space in our next session or sign up on the online registration page.
For more information about the class, please visit our website

Or if you still have any questions (When should I start signing with my baby? Will signing delay my baby's speech? etc), check out our Sign Language Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

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15928 Ventura Blvd, Ste 116, Encino, CA 91436
818-380-3111 * www.shopthehaven.com

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