The Deluxe Baby Sign Language Kit, bundles together everything you need to get started with signing in one box, at a steep discount. (1) 1 Baby Signing Time! DVD; (2) Baby Sign Language Guide Book; (3) Baby Sign Language Dictionary: (4) Baby Sign Language Flash Cards; and (5) Baby Sign Language Wall Chart.
Baby Signing Time Vol.1
(DVD + CD)
Based on popular PBS series, Baby Signing Time, teaches your baby while they dance to the music of Rachel Coleman. Signing time combines catchy tune, animation, and real signing babies to get your child signing. Warning – these songs are seriously catchy, you will find yourself singing these in the shower. They will learn:
- Basic Food Signs – eat, drink, water, milk, cereal, banana, more, & finished.
- Family Members – mom, dad, grandma, & grandpa.
- Animals – dog, cat, bird, fish, frog, & horse.
- Utility Signs – hurt, house, where, potty, & diaper
As well as the video DVD you get a bonus music CD so baby can sing and sign along in the car.
The flash cards allow you to greatly expand your signing vocabulary, including people, animal names, foods, and everyday objects.The face of the flash cards shows the word and image for the child. The back of the flash cards show how the sign is performed, a handy reminder for the adult.
The Flash Card Set includes 52 cards (4 x 6 inches): airplane, apple, baby, ball, banana, bear, bird, boat, book, bread, buy, bunny, butterfly, car, cat, cereal, cheese, chicken, clothes, cow, diaper, dog, duck, egg, elephant, fan, fish, flower, frog, giraffe, grapes, hat, horse, keys, kite, lion, monkey, mouse, orange, pig, potty, sheep, shoes, slide, snake, swing, tiger, toothbrush, train, tree, turtle, & water.
The cards are contained in a hardcover case for easy storage.
The baby sign Language Book covers the essentials of teaching your baby to communicate via sign language. Highlights includes:
- Quick Start Guide – learn the first 10 signs and the basic principles required to start teaching your baby to sign (Chapter 1).
- Advanced Teaching Methods – use teaching aids like books, flash cards, and toys to keep lessons interesting and challenging (Chapter 5).
- Phrases – teach your baby to combine signs and communicate more complex thoughts (Chapter 6).
- Taming the Terrible Twos – reduce frustration and tantrums by enabling your toddler to communicate (Chapter 7).
- Transitioning to Speech – use sign language to expedite and improve speech development (Chapter 8).
The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes more than 600 hand-drawn signs. The dictionary enables parents and children to vastly expand their vocabularies well beyond the basic beginner signs. This handy reference is the perfect companion to the Baby Sign Language Teaching Guide.
Each sign is illustrated with two or more diagrams depicting the starting position, ending position, and intermediate motion for each sign, making learning the signs easy.
The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes :
- Words (500+) – learn signs for nearly every topic of interest.
- Letters (A-Z) – sign the alphabet and teach basic spelling.
- Numbers (0-10) – introduce counting and basic mathematics.
All signs reflect proper ASL (American Sign Language), making this dictionary a great tool for children who continue signing after their toddler years.
The Baby Sign Language wall chart shows 17 beginner signs. Place the wall-chart on the side of a fridge or in the nursery to give caregivers, older siblings, and spouses an easy way to learn the basic signs
The signs listed include: mommy, daddy, grandmother, grandfather, dog, cat, eat, more, all done, water, milk, diaper, bath, bed, car, ball, and book.
Each sign is illustrated with two diagrams showing the starting position, finishing position, and the intermediate motion. All signs use American Sign Language.
The chart is printed on thick glossy paper and measures 24 inches x 36 inches (unfolded).
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Anonymous (verified owner) –
Mildred G. (verified owner) –
Really cool product.
Mariah B. (verified owner) –
We have been using everything in this kit from hour 1. My son has watched this video on repeat for 2 days now. “Baby had to go night-night” is our phrase when we need to turn it off, HAHA! He loves the flashcards and the huge poster!!
JENNIFER (verified owner) –
Diana Harder (verified owner) –
Issue with CD players
Baby Sign Language Administrator (store manager) –
Hi Diana, Thanks for stopping by. Has your issue with your CD players been resolved? Are you able to play other CDs on your player aside from our Baby Sign Language CDs? Let us know if you still need assistance in this regard.
Carolena Boyce Andersson (verified owner) –
Excellent tool to encourage baby’s communication. We have a multilingual home and live in Sweden. I am a native English speaker and my husband is Swedish and signing time has been an invaluable resource to us with our first son and we will be continuing to use it with our second son. Going forward I will be using what we have learned to teach both children Mandarin. This starter kit was a perfect place to begin and today we are subscribers to the digital media. Please keep incorporating ASL in even the advanced science programs. We love it!
Juanita Weaver (verified owner) –
I ordered the deluxe kit when our great granddaughter (who we are raising) was about 8 months old. I had been using the basis signs on the website (“milk, more, dog”) for about 3 months before that, even though she couldn’t sign back. Consistency is the key! I didn’t think she was “getting it” with some of the signs not used so often. One day she just took off! One of the things that the teaching guide talks about is to actually recognize when the baby starts signing. It’s not going to look like your signs! It will be a rough approximation until the child has the coordination to make the signs like you do. It has helped us immensely in communicating with her and keeping her level of frustration down. She’s now 19 months old and is verbalizing many words. Many things she still signs instead of verbalizing, but I’m not too worried about that. With her verbal skills developing so quickly, she will make the full transition to speech soon, I am sure. Some things (“milk”) she both signs and verbalizes. I’m sure the signing is second nature to her! If she’s signing, we are sure to use the word to acknowledge it. (“Yes, that IS a big dog.”) We are so pleased with the set, although we really didn’t use the wall chart. I am going to donate it to her daycare center as the caregivers there do some signing for children in their care but they don’t have all the skills. It will help them, too! Also, now that she’s verbalizing more, we use the flash cards just for vocabulary building, so we have gotten double use out of them! Thanks for a great product, and thanks for the very helpful website you have, too.
Actually, I can’t imagine my communication with my child without using a sign language! Many times when I thought I understood her well,she surprised me in some situations and I was more than happy she knew how to show me what she wanted! Without sign language I would be lost. Plus it showed me how intelligent babies are in their first months 🙂 I was very surprised she could combine signs already around the first year to tell me something 🙂 the cards and the book was a great help on our journey 😉 now my child speaks but we still use the cards to play and sometimes we also watch the dvd’s.
I recommend these products to EVERY parent out there. We have been watching the baby signing time DVDs since my little girl was 8 months old and have given them as gifts to new parents we know. She undeniably benefited and excelled in her communication and eventually her vocal skills with learning sign language. She started signing a few weeks after I got these in the mail. She is now 23 months and is talking SO MUCH. She is putting together lots of sentences and knows at least 200 words. The flash cards we use a lot lately, and she can wiz through them naming every object. The sign language helped her understand things, as well as communicate them. It also definitely helped with tantrums, because before she could talk I could understand her better than without it. I feel that sign language should be a standard practice with babies and toddlers. Why isnt it? The videos really make it fun and interesting and Rachel is super smiley and friendly.
I taught my son sign language starting at 5 months and he picked it up quickly.
Very easy to understand this book and it’s very helpful.
It is one of my favourite memories the first time he got it and signed milk, it was soooo sweet!
This kit was very helpful in breaking through the barrier of communication.
I have since past it along to a young mother with a hearing impaired child. She was delighted to have this tool. Thank you so much.
Teaching our son sign language has been absolutely amazing for us! Cayden is our 4th child, but the only one we signed with. It is amazing how much easier it has been to communicate with him. We started by using the free resources from babysignlanguage. One of the first signs was milk when he was just a few months old. That alone was a life saver!!! He was able to let us know when he was thirsty versus some other need which reduced crying and helped him realize that we were able to help him. We slowly added other signs–food, drink, diaper. Then we invested in the Baby Signing Time videos. Cayden’s vocabulary increased with leaps and bounds. It is amazing to see him realize that objects have a word associated with them. The smiles he would give us as we figured out what he was saying were priceless. We have fewer tantrums and a child who is very secure in knowing we are trying to communicate with him.
It has also helped him understand what we are saying. Cayden would always point to some motorcycle helmets we have on top of a shelf and sign “Ball”. I would tell him, “No, that is not a ball. That is a helmet, like a hat.” We did this a few times, but he looked confused. Finally he signed, “Hot?” And then I understood—he had thought I said “Hot” not “Hat”. So I signed “Hat” and he got this huge grin on his face.
Cayden is using signs along with his spoken words. That makes communicating much easier than when my other kids were young. We do not have to rely only on his spoken words to try to figure out what he is wanting. Now he can sign and continue to work on his pronunciation, but without the drama of hoping we know what he wants. His older siblings have had a blast learning signs and now communicate with me and each other with signs in public places, especially when we need to be quiet.
Loved the product. It was very easy to learn for me and baby. My baby can communicate with us without being fustrated. My baby never fell behind on speaking. Great product and recommend to everyone.
I love your product. It is great for my child. I love it so much I promote it when ever I meet new moms. Some actually watch me signing to my child in the playground. I do so much advertising for your company that you should hire me as a sales person.
We purchased the deluxe kit on recommendation from my niece who is in the process of getting her master’s in speech pathology. Our 18 month old LOVES watching the video. She has learned so many signs. She has always used “eat”, “milk”, “more” but last night she surprised us by using the sign for horse when we pointed to a picture in one of her books. Like one of the previous moms I would suggest buying all the videos. The video works best for us, we just don’t use the flash cards or the book.
My son and us learn a lot from this package so as his caregivers and school aids. They loved it!
I recommend this for all babies we started with my grand daughter at the age of 6 months she is now 16 months and knows around 30 – 40 different words because of the signing. It has helped all of us to understand her needs. It is important to have them sign while saying the word. We picked 5 signs each week and added to her vocabulary which has helped tremendously in understanding what she is trying to say. This is a second language that will only benefit her as she grows.
I received The Baby Sign Language Deluxe Kit as part of the welcome package provided by my daycare. I am working mom and my son Weston started Daycare shortly after he turned three months. His daycare curriculum includes baby sign language as a way to help our babies be less frustrated communicating basic things like thirst or hunger.
My boy is now one year old and can sign about ten signs. We love signing and singing with him. The only thing I regret is that the kit that I received did not have all the videos. I had to buy all the videos separately. As a mom that works the DVDs have been extra useful for car rides. If you are buying the kit for your baby go ahead and upgrade to the one that has all the DVDS and all the books. You won’t regret it.
We purchased the deluxe kit when our baby was just under 6 months. We followed the instructions and kept it simple, starting out with only milk, mom, and dad. After about 8 weeks she was was signing all three, even though she had her own version of mom and dad, she was very consistent and we chose not to correct her. We slowly began adding more words and she watched the videos when mama needed a few minutes of quiet. I was pleasantly surprised when one day she began signing words that we were not actively teaching her. At 18 months, she has a large vocabulary, learns new signs every day, and is much less frustrated that she can tell us what she wants. I cannot recommend this product enough! What a lifesaver!
Materials were beautiful and clear; easy for my child to understand. I liked this product a lot. I got the flash cards/dictionary and poster.
Jennifer T –
My 13 month old loves the flash cards. It’s exciting for him to see and learn about the objects and learn the signs as well. Haven’t really used the poster but the book has come in handy.
Edward Kim –
I bought this product to teach my son (30 month at the time) a basic sign language before he got his cochlear implant. I initially use the Website to teach myself basic words so that can teach my son what I have learned. However while I was using the website, I reached somewhat of limitation on the words that I wanted to learn and I liked the illustration that they used and decided to buy the package. It came with flash cards and the book and few other materials. We did not use too much of the book, but the flash cards was very useful. My son liked the cards very much and he learned quite a lot from the flash cards. Only wish it had more cards but still very useful. Eventually, after he learned all the words from the card, he kind of got tired of the cards and got his implant so we did not pursue too much with sign language, but this is a pretty good material for younger kids. As one of the other reviewer commented, there are quite a lot of information on the web, if you want to teach yourself, but for kids, this is a pretty good materials to have kids interested on learning sign language.
Betsy Primm –
This is a terrific product. Wonderful pictures and clear instructions. It is my favorite baby shower present to give. My friends who have received it love it because it makes it SO much easier to communicate with their babies. Thank you for creating it !
Our 2 year-old has a WONDERFUL vocabulary and I credit Baby Signing Time to much of that. Everyone who meets him seems to notice how surprisingly many words he knows at such a young age. Thanks, BST!
Our family was really happy with the Bay Sign Language Deluxe Kit. The video is wonderful to teach young babies how to sign the basics. If you’re child is like mine, you will watch the dvd entirely too many times and you will have to buy additional Baby Signing Time dvds for the sake of your sanity. The flash cards I’ll admit I thought was a little rediculous for a baby. However, I soon realized how beneficial for vocabluary growth they really are. I would pick out a few new cards each week and leave them at the breakfast table. Any time my son and I sat down we would practice with the cards. It was a fun way to learn new signs without making my baby sit and stare at flash cards. It was amazing to see him learn and to apply his knowledge in the real world. I’ll never forget the first time he signed ‘baby.’ We were walking down the diaper aisle at the grocery store. He saw the pictures of babies on the diaper packages. He looked at me and signed baby. I screamed with excitement in the store. I would have been embarrassed but I was all to proud of him.
The dictionary was a good resource for additional words as he got older and we expanded our vocabulary based on needs and interest. The chart of signs was kind of pointless. It’s hung up in our playroom but I don’t think we ever truly used it. I recommend this kit to any one desiring to teach their baby sign language. I recommend to ALL parents to teach their babies sign language. My son was rarely frustrated due to communication. He in fact learned to make up his own signs for things he didn’t know the sign to (chapstick was his most creative one) and we caught on and used them like regular ASL signs within our home.
Gail Waring –
Baby Sign Language was helpful to my grand niece before she had words to tell me what she wanted. We used the flash cards and the most helpful sign she used was “more”. Signing decreased her frustration when she didn’t have words
Rainey Stoner –
It helped us communicate with my son with basic words now he is starting to talk and 2 1/2 years old and only uses sign half the time now
I received the flash cards, dictionary and instruction book as a baby shower gift as I had expressed a great deal of interest in the concept. I am happy to say that I have absolutely adored the experience of teaching my son sign language and have found it to not only be rewarding and extremely helpful during the many communication transitions children have, but it is a great deal of fun. I found the flash cards to be the most helpful part of the kit. My son loved to play with the flash cards so learning became a game to him. Once he wanted to learn more, the dictionary became handy as well. I am grateful to have used it and would hope all parents take advantage of the option to better communicate with their kids.
Chris Hawkins –
i think this is a great tool to begin a baby’s development. i haven’t been super consistent with teaching her words, but she is beginning to talk now (my daugther), and the few words that i used over and over with signing she does understand and use. i recommend this to others. my only wish is that the kit would also contain words that are a little more applicable to everyday life (potty, diaper, mommy daddy, etc). i may have overlooked these words. many words, although are good to learn, are not as applicable until a child can get a little older (zebra, fan car, slide, etc). overall i recommend this product.
Phenomenal kit! My son has been using the flashcards for awhile and they are one of his favorite toys. He will sit with me and go through and say and sign each word. I wish there were more because these are the best flashcards I’ve seen. The pictures are real and the sign is perfect. Also the cardboard construction is great for baby /toddler. Please make more flashcards! I’ll buy them all! I highly recommend the kit.
Cards are nicely designed and durable. The book and poster are good too. We did not get the kit with the DVDs. My son refused to learn to sign, but we did work with him for about 12 months and these materials made it easy for us to try.
Sarah Jo –
I started teaching my twins baby sign language using the printable resources available in this website. As my little babies became more mobile using a soft flash card printed on regular stock was no longer an option. My husband and I wanted to buy the flash cards only because we had seen them at a friend’s house and they looked so sturdy and beautiful. Because you get more value for your money by buying a kit we decided to go for the deluxe. The two things that we have enjoyed the most are the flash cards and the chart. We use the chart as a cheat sheet for our nanny.
If communication and motor skills are important to you you should think about teaching your baby how to sign. We have found that our twins not only appear less frustrated they are also using signs to communicate with each other as they begin to explore the world around them.
They can both sign basic foods, many animals and signs like more, thirsty, cold and hot. We are extra proud parents. They are also starting to speak and often combine signs with speech which helps as far as clarity.
April Walter –
I highly recommend this product to parents. Baby Sign Language made an amazing difference in my daughter and her ability to communicate with us. We started signing to her when she was about 5 months old. She learned slowly but around the 1 year mark, she just took off and soon began using more signs than we could even remember. Amazing!