Thursday, December 3, 2009

My Baby Can Talk!

How many of you are frustrated that you can't understand what your baby or toddler wants because they can't talk very well? I can't relate (yet), but I've seen it in other kids. American Sign Language is a great way to teach your young one simple words in order to better understand what they want or need. Jen is giving away this great series, My Baby Can Talk, on her blog Leah's Little Life. All you have to do is become a follower to her blog (click on her blog name here on this page). Leave a comment on why you would LOVE this series, along with your email address so she can contact you. Enter daily for more chances to win!!! Winner will be selected at random on Monday, December 7th at 12pm. GOOD LUCK!!!!

My Baby Can Talk is a series of award winning DVDs and board books that teaches babies and parents to communicate at an early age, reducing frustration and creating a special bond that is so important for healthy child development. Babies are able to communicate at a much earlier age than they are able to speak. 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.
Honored more than twenty national parenting awards including Parents Choice and reviewed and endorsed by child psychologists, professionals in the media as well as early childhood educators; My Baby Can Talk inspires preverbal communication using sign language as well as first spoken words. The My Baby Can Talk DVD series is the first program featuring preverbal babies signing all the words presented. Set to inspiring classical music, My Baby Can Talk videos feature beautiful real world images, delightful puppet shows, colorful toys in motion and babies communicating with simple gestures.
The My Baby Can Talk board books are truly unique in subject and format with no equal available on the market today. Each page comes alive with the word, a vibrant real world image and a delightful poem for parents to share with their babies. In addition, an illustration of the sign and a formal sign description is offered for parents to learn and teach to their little ones. These books are designed to inspire babies to learn to sign, learn to speak and begin to recognize the written word. One of the greatest human needs is to be understood and we are committed to fulfilling this need for preverbal babies.

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