Communicate clearly with your baby with sign language!

Babies that can sign easily express their wants and needs

According to Diane Ryan, founder of KinderSigns Program, babies who use sign language are less frustrated than babies that do not use sign language, since signing babies have a way of expressing their wants and needs.  

If you’re ready for less sleepless nights and a happier baby, here are some great resources to get you and your baby on the fast track to sign language.


The Deluxe Baby Sign Language Kit: Kit includes Baby Sign Language Guide Book, Baby Sign Language Dictionary, Flash Cards and Wall Chart.   $39.95  

Tiny Fingers Teaching Kit, Second Edition: Kit includes course syllabus, detailed lesson plans, and lesson handouts for students, six sets of cue cards. $149.00  

Baby Sign Language Starter Kit: Kit includes: SuperBaby: 12 ways to Give Your Child a Head Start in the First 3 Years, DVD,  flashcards, and Music CD. $49.95


Baby Sign Language Basics: Early Communication for Hearing Babies and Toddlers by Monta Z. Briant: Baby-specific signing techniques, songs and games are also included to make learning fun and open up two-way communication quickly.   $9.56

Everything Baby Sign Language Book: Get an early start communicating with your baby! By Teresa R Simpson and Terrell Clark: The Everything Baby Sign Language Book teaches you and your child to use a combination of American Sign Language and homemade gestures to effectively convey needs, wants, and feelings.   $11.09


My Baby Can Talk Series: Features images, puppet shows, toys in motion and babies communicating with simple gestures.  Offers parent tutorials focusing on key guidelines to teach babies to sign.    49.95

American Sign Language for Babies & Toddlers: Words and short signing phrases to introduce your baby to.   $16.95

Sign language Institutes:

KinderSigns: A Florida based practice devoted solely to teaching parents how to communicate with their babies before they can speak. Kindersigns based training workshops for parents, grandparents, teachers and community organizations as well as providing in-service training for hospital educators and childcare centers.

Babysigns: Baby Signs, Inc. is the only research-based baby sign language program. Drs. Linda Acredolo and Susan Goodwyn have been pioneering this field since their very first study in the 1980's.

Getting bonded with baby is as easy as following these five quick tips.