Watch these babies sign using baby sign language from sign2me


ABC Phonics: Sign, Sign, and Read! By Nellie Edge and illustrated by Gaelan Kelly
Pick Me Up! Music and ASL Activity Guidebook, More than 200 ASL Signs!
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Below, you will find a variety of streaming videos that you can watch to get a better picture of our program, products, and the concept of using sign language with preverbal infants as a whole. If you have difficulty viewing these video clips, you may need to download and install the latest FREE version of Windows Media Player or Quicktime Player.
Pick Me Up!
Pick Me Up! Music CD and Activity Guide
An animated overview of the Pick Me Up! Music CD and Activity Guide, created especially for parents and caregivers looking for fun ways to introduce ASL (American Sign Language) signs to their children.
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Li'L Pick Me Up! Enhanced Music CD and Activity Guide. Get it Here!
Sign2Me Reminder Series
Sign2Me® Reminder Series Posters | Placemats
Preview the Sign2Me® Reminder Series, eight distinct sets of posters designed to introduce and reinforce ASL signs in an Early Childhood Education setting.
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Reminder Series ASL Placemats. Get them Here!
SIGN with your BABY
SIGN with your BABY® Complete Learning Kit
Our award-winning educational program designed to help establish two-way communication between hearing parents and their hearing children through the use of American Sign Language signs.
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Sign with your Baby: The Complete Learning Kit. Get it Here!
Signing Babies
Signing Babies
Real footage of infants and toddlers using signs to communicate effectively with their parents and caregivers, demonstrating the true benefits of ASL signing with preverbal infants.
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Sign2Me Presenters' Network
Our Sign2Me® Instructors' Network
Our Sign2Me® Instructors' Network is a group of instructors, coordinated and supported by the Sign2Me® staff, for the purpose of raising awareness and teaching families about the benefits of using ASL signs with preverbal infants.
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For more information about the Instructors' Network click Here .


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