Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit

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Our Most Complete Kit. The Ultra Baby Sign Language Kit is our most comprehensive kit and includes everything you need to teach your baby to sign. The kit includes:


•  Baby Signing Time! DVD Set: Vol. 1 – 4 (4 DVDs & 4 CDs) – baby learns new signs while enjoying Rachel Coleman’s award-winning music. The set includes both DVDs and CDs for fun at home and on the run.   ↓ Learn More

•  Baby Signing Time! Board Books Vol. 1 – 4 – enjoy the benefits of reading plus signing while keeping baby entertained.   ↓ Learn More

•  BSL Guide Book – learn to sign faster and have more fun. The book begins with a Quick Start Guide that will teach you your first signs and have you ready to sign in 30 minutes. As your baby progresses, you can delve into more advanced topics like combining signs to make phrases, using props, and transitioning from signing to speaking.   ↓ Learn More

•  Signing Dictionary – contains over 600 signs including the most common words, the alphabet, and numbers. The dictionary helps you expand your child’s vocabulary and has the breadth of coverage that lets you follow your child’s interests. Each sign is illustrated with two diagrams, showing you the starting position, the ending position, and intermediate motion.   ↓ Learn More

•  Flash Cards – 52 sturdy board (4×6 inches) flash cards, covering a variety of basic signs. The flash cards allow you to teach words such as animal names, that Baby is not exposed to in everyday life. The face of each flash card shows the word and image for the child. The back of each flash card shows how the sign is performed, a convenient reminder for the adult.   ↓ Learn More

•  Wall Chart – the 24′ x 36′ wall chart includes 17 basic signs, and is a great resource for caregivers. The Baby Sign Language Wall Chart covers basic signs, like eat, drink, and sleep. Hang the poster in Baby’s Nursery to help babysitters, or other occasional caregivers learn and decode the most commonly used baby signs.   ↓ Learn More


The Ultra Baby Sign Language Kit is our most complete collection of Baby Sign Language Resources bundled together and discounted more than 40%. The kit includes: (1) Baby Signing Time! video sets; (2) Baby Signing Time! Language Books; (3) Baby Sign Language Guide Book; (4) Baby Sign Language Dictionary: (5) Baby Sign Language Flash Cards; and (6) Baby Sign Language Wall Chart.


Baby Signing Time!

Baby Signing Time! Video Set: Vol. 1-4: Fun & Learning

(4 video sets)

Based on the popular PBS series, Baby Signing Time!, teaches your baby while keeping them entertained. Set to the Emmy-nominated music of Rachel Coleman, Signing Time! video sets combine catchy tunes, animation, and real signing babies to get your child signing. Warning – these video sets will get played over & over again! And don’t be surprised when you catch yourself singing these songs in the shower. Your baby 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

In addition to the video video sets, you get the matching bonus music CDs so your baby can enjoy the signing fun even without a video player. Learn more …

(Regularly $23.99)


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Baby Sign Language Board Books
Baby Sign Language Board Books

Baby Signing Times Books Vol. 1 – 4

The Baby Signing Time! Board Books combine all the benefits of reading and signing. While your baby enjoys hearing the delightful adventures of Leah, Alex, and Hopkins (the frog) she is also expanding her signing vocabulary.

Each book covers a theme including: foods, bed time, outdoors, and friends.

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Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

Flash Cards: Expand Vocabulary

The flash cards allow you to greatly expand your signing vocabulary with categories such as people, animal names, foods, and everyday objects. The front of each flash card shows the word and image for the child. The back of the flash card shows 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. Learn more …

(Regularly $24.99)

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Baby Sign Language Guide Book

Guide Book: Signing Made Easy

The Baby Sign Language Guide Book covers the essentials of teaching your baby to communicate via sign language. Highlights include:

  • 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).

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Baby Sign Language Dictionary

Signing Dictionary: Have the Right Sign Ready

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. This makes learning signs easy and intuitive.

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. Learn more …

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Baby Sign Language Wall Chart

Help Caregivers with the Wall Chart

The Baby Sign Language Wall Chart colorfully displays 17 beginner signs. Place the wall chart on a door, the side of the 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, intermediate action, and finishing position. All signs use American Sign Language.

The chart is printed on thick glossy paper and measures 24 inches x 36 inches (unfolded). Learn more …

(Regularly $9.99)

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41 reviews for Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit

  1. Caitlin Gilliam

    When will the Ultra Kit be back in stock??!

    • Kathy (store manager)

      Hi Caitlin, thanks for your interest in our Ultra Kit. Our Standard and Deluxe Kits are currently In Stock and the Ultra Kits will hopefully be back in stock soon, but possibly with online videos in place of the DVDs. Please bookmark our page for any future updates.

  2. Kara V. (verified owner)

  3. Thais (verified owner)

    the flash cards aren’t laminateted, other wise marvelously
    put together. Love to watch the kids laughing and dancing learning so much.

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

    We used most of the items except for the wall chart.

  5. Christina (verified owner)

    We love the flash cards! Baby girl is 11 mo today and started signing “milk” around 7.5 mo old. We integrate sign language throughout the day and I always look for opportunities to show her new signs. She is picking up new ones a lot faster now and has a vocabulary of about 12 signs, with a new one every couple days. We will start using the DVDs more frequently, since she is now more interested in watching it. So glad that we did this. It’s been exciting to watch her learn and to be able to communicate with her before she can talk, though I feel like that’s not too far away… they grow up so quickly. Thank you Baby Sign Language!

  6. Stacy J. (verified owner)

    We love it! My two year-old is enjoying the books, flashcards, everything! The videos are really cute and we are learning a lot. Thank you!

  7. Sonya Francis (verified owner)

    Great packaged kit. Clean and clear books and pictures associated with DVDs. Flash cards have clear “real life” images and withstand lots of handling by little ones who take an interest in them. This kit has helped me as a parent and grandmother to communicate through sign in a fun way. The CDs are a favorite! Thank you.

  8. Vivian (verified owner)

    This was a fantastic program. My family is convinced that my son’s large verbal vocabulary as a toddler stemmed from his ability to recognize that words combined with sign language conveyed communication early on, so he was incentivized to speak early and quickly. We firmly believe that baby sign language decreased tantrums because we immediately understood what he was asking for before he could talk. The DVDs are wonderfully entertaining and catchy, and the flashcards and books are easy to follow. We can’t speak highly enough of Baby Sign Language. It was a total gamechanger for us being able to communicate with our son before he could even speak. Once he became verbal, the hand signs helped reinforce his verbal vocabulary development.

  9. Julio Kisaki (verified owner)

    We started seeing the videos in youtube about signing, and wanted to go to the “next step”. This was it. I started when my kids was 6 months old, and she was signing so much by the time she was one year old. We used to read the books and do flash-cards every night before going to bed. Both me and my kid had a great time learning it, practicing it, and using it in our daily lives.
    You probably have this in every comment, but really it’s surprising how different kids that know sign language, and the ones that don’t, behave. At the daycare, and just playing with friends, my kid really was able to understand what we were saying, and express herself a lot better than other kids. In Japan, baby sign isn’t really known to the general population, but I think we got many people interested using it outside. I really really loved how she was pointing at trees and flowers and signing “that’s a tree!!! that’s a flower!!! it’s red!!! it’s yellow!!” when she could barely stand up.
    Now me and my first kid are teaching it to her little sister, and recommending it to all of our friends.
    The books and flashcards are really great. The flashcards are made of hard cardboard (hard paper?), so they don’t bend easily, and were ok even when my baby was just trying to each them putting them on her mouth for a while.
    The DVDs frankly are pretty much the same as in what you get in youtube… even the video quality.
    And the guide book for parents was in big readable fonts, with just the right amount of information and pages, making it a very realistic goal to read even after a busy day of work.
    I am really satisfied with the quality overall.
    If I can make one small critique, when my kid turned two, she basically knew all signs in the flashcards and had all the books memorized too… And the only other content I could find on the site was kind of too advanced (making sentences and stuff). There was a bit of a “blank” period for her learning after that, but then she started speaking, so I guess it worked out OK. It would be great if there was more content for 2~3 years old. Maybe more flashcards? Or a bit of more advanced books? Etc.
    But that’s a review of the site/course rather than this pack.
    This pack itself is definitely great, 5 starts without a doubt.

  10. Lynne (verified owner)

    I was excited to try this program and it did not disappoint. I started teaching my baby sign language at 6 months and we still use sign today ( she is now almost 4). I love signing with her. It’s like our own private language. It’s fun learning new signs. The videos and songs are great and I love the book. I find myself reading through it on my own to learn more signs. I highly recommend this program and learning sign in general.

  11. Laura Knudsen (verified owner)

    Easy to use and my kid loves the books. Really helped us know what she wanted which needn’t less tears.

  12. Kevin Rantanen (verified owner)

    AWESOME! Baby Sign Language has changed our lives and the raising of our children!

  13. Julie (verified owner)

    We have loved our experience with Baby Signing Time. I liked all of the extras in the Ultra kit, and we get daily use out of the flash cards, DVDs, board books, and dictionary. We have 22 month old twins who have been signing since they were 6 months old. We signed a few starter words from the time they were born, and around 6 months old started the first DVD in the background while they played, quickly moving on to the second and third DVDs before they were 1. The 4th one is the current favorite, but some signs require more dexterity than they had in the beginning. They now can sign well over 200 words, beyond what is in the DVDs and books. They love playing with the flashcards and finding their favorite words and pictures, and it’s a challenge to keep up with them with their expanding vocabulary. Their verbal vocabulary is even larger, and they love to use any new words and signs we learn to talk about the world around us. We have to teach ourselves new words for all of our activities – they love to sign all of the zoo and aquarium animals, and other things we see while out and about.

    I firmly believe that being able to sign early has been amazing for communication skills and helping prevent meltdowns, since they are able to tell us what they want or need. When they start to apply their knowledge and tell you how they are happy, or tell you about the weather when they look outside is just amazing.

    I recommend the Baby Signing Time products to all of my friends and family that have or are having kids. Our family has picked up some of the words as well. They don’t have a choice – our daughter’s favorite game is to quiz everyone on all of the signs she can do!
    I’m looking forward to continuing with signing as they get older, and will definitely use signing if we have any more children. A larger dictionary (or being able to print/download the online one more than one word at a time) and more flashcards would be great!

  14. Kathleen King (verified owner)

    We love it! We got the Ultra kit when my son was around 12 months old. We watched the videos, which were entertaining. He loved the songs and seeing the kids in the video. However, he did not take to signing too much at that age. He did a few signs to convey that he wanted more food or he was “all done.” Although we continued to watch the videos because of the great songs and read the books, we took a break from signing. However, around 2.5- 3 years, my son became really intrigued. We reintroduced the videos, which he is now fully engaged with when watching. He loves to read the board books himself now and check the back of the book for the signs. I love how simple the board books are because we not only use them to reinforce the signing, but also as a book he can read without too much help. He loves the colored posters which hang on his bedroom wall. He frequently references them when he sings the alphabet song. The flashcards have also been a great resource. We use them to practice reading, as well as signing. In addition to the videos, books, flashcards, and posters, the resources for parents have also been super helpful. I highly recommend it!

  15. Natalie

    I bought the baby sign language ultra kit for my son when he was about 1 year old, he’s almost 4 now. He was a fussy baby when he was born and it was always difficult to find out what he wanted. He would get super frustrated when we would try our best to communicate with him so I needed a different way for him to tell us when he was hungry or thirsty and this kit worked really well for us. My parents were skeptical when I first started to teach him and didn’t believe that it would work, until he started signing to me in front of them when he wanted “more” food or “grapes” or “milk”. It was quite the surprise knowing he could tell me what he wanted without getting upset. BEST OUTCOME EVER. I’d say this kit was worth every penny. The dictionary was extremely helpful and the books were a good touch to teach him basic night time and morning routines. The DVDs were never put to use unfortunately, but i’ll probably use everything for our next child regardless and start earlier in their age, a digital version or option would be a nice touch. I would and I have recommended these kits to my friends with babies or those deciding to have kids. It was worth it knowing it also helped develop my son’s speech to start early on as well. The books and reading material is pretty good quality, built to last. It was all worth it in the end and a great weight off my shoulders knowing I could talk to my son using sign. I’d say your missing out if you don’t buy a kit.

  16. Chris Jackson

    Let’s start off by saying this program worked out amazingly for my family and I. It has been an awesome journey to watch my kids learn and interact sooner then they would have, had we waited for them to talk. We have had less fits and break downs with more interaction then I thought would happen or be possible. We had started with my daughter at about six months old and after how well it went we continued using it after my son was born. They are three and two now and still learning each day. We have moved on to more advanced signing with the signing time series and we watch at least one episode a night. To watch them get something new or start using something they picked up in passing is a fantastic event and wonderful feeling. I also have used it my self to start learning ASL for my job (fire fighter) so I can communicate with patients I may come across. I give this product five stars. You are not only connecting with your children sooner but teaching them a second language! I tell every one about my experience and try to get them to try it in hopes they will have as much fun as we did and are.

  17. Mike

    Looks like there are a ton of positive reviews so I’ll try to keep it short. “N” loves it. We let her use each item at her own pace but started with the videos and flash cards early. At 12 months old she had close to 100 words and daycare said her language and communication were at the 3 year old level. She’ll be 2 in a little more than a month and she certainly has over a thousand words. Seeing her ask for what she wanted for breakfast every morning when she was 8-9 months old, discovering that she could actually communicate with us for the first time around 6-7 months when she figured out the bear on her wall and the book and the teddy bear were all “bear”! OMG. Ok, I’m a guy and thinking back to that moment makes my eyes tear up. Nothing better to give a new parent than this.

  18. Michael Patrone jr

    Well worth the money. The kit is great and the kids loved it

  19. PF

    My granddaughter couldn’t get enough of these videos! She is now 2 years old and talks up a storm!

  20. Eileen

    I started watching the videos when my baby was 7 months old and once I learned some signs, I practiced them with her throughout the day. By 8 months she was signing.
    She’s is currently 2 and still uses some sign even though she speaks very well, which I attribute to signing as a baby. We loved the materials and the signing not only helped her language development, but kept tantrums and frustrations to a minimum since she was able to communicate some needs to us.
    Now that she is talking in sentences, I wish there was a signing aid I could use to help her sign in fuller sentences that would also be age appropriate.

  21. Elizabeth

    My kids are picking it up little by little We find ourselves signing words to other people and realizing they don’t know it!

  22. candice

    We had such a fun and easy early childhood thanks to Baby Sign Language. We skipped the fussy tantrum stage because he could sign ‘help’ when he wanted a toy or couldn’t open something or was having difficulty. He ate well because it could say ‘food’, ‘more’, ‘milk’, ‘water’ and ‘finished’. Through games, like peepo, we taught him the sign and concept of ‘scared’. We were surprised when he said he was scared of the newly mowed grass at the park, or the big Italian waiter statue at a restaurant. Without signing he would have just fussed at these incidents and we would have wondered if he needed a drink or a nappy change. He could sign when using his nappy which made toilet training a breeze. At 2 years old he was taught to use the toilet in just one day because we could easily communicate with each other.

    I started using the free online baby sign language dictionary, just learning a sign here and there: The short videos are excellent. Then we bought two of the premium packs for our community to use through our toy library. We started watching the DVDs and learnt even more signs. We love the songs and still start every day with, ‘it’s a new day, da doo day”.

    Friends often ask, will signing slow down your baby learning to talk? Absolutely not, quite the opposite. Signing babies can already ‘talk’ (with signs) and are used to having ‘conversations’. Once they can make the right sounds the words will quickly replace the signs because it requires much less energy to say something than sign it.

    Even though my son is now 3 and talking fluently we are still using our signs: In the playground, when he’s far from me, I can sign ‘one more minute of play’ and ‘come’ or ‘do you need the toilet?’. We took a flight the other day and my husband was signing to us, ‘where’s baby dog?’ and ‘want water?’ because we couldn’t hear with our ear plugs in; and in the mornings I can sign, ‘shh, Dad’s sleeping’. You’ll notice, we do the signing now!

    I recommend Baby Sign Language to all my friends and I encourage you to give it a try as well. The first time you truly communicate with your baby will blow your mind!

  23. Kendra Reeder

    We absolutely love our Baby Sign Language kit. We started signing when my son was about 9 months and he picked it up so quickly. Now, at 21 months, he knows just as many signs as he does words and whenever he asks what something is, he wants to learn the word AND the sign. We fully intend on continuing with sign language as a second language for him and we couldn’t have done it without Baby Signing Time!

  24. Caitlin E Conner

    I absolutely love Baby Signing Time with Rachel. She captivates my daughter with her lively songs as well as makes it easy for me to learn. My daughtet is 19 months old and I introduced baby sign language to her at about 6 months and she knows so many words. She understands me and responds and I understand her. I feel this has saved us both from the frustration of poor communication. I can’t wait to get her the pre-school dvds to put her further ahead of her age group.

  25. Noehmi

    I love this product. I was able to communicate with my baby well before other verbal-only parents. It was absolutely amazing. Even now that she is a toddler, there is a different sense of trust in her ability to communicate and she can tell me so much more about her day. She can tell me if she got hurt, who she played with, what she saw….all with sign. Using sign language also facilitated her understanding of Spanish – since we use both languages at home and in our community. The signs remain the same. 🙂 The videos and books in this series were a great start. I followed it up with episodes of Signing Time available on Netflix or youtube but you definitely want to start with these first! These materials are for babies…the products on netflix and youtube are for older children. Enjoy! 🙂

  26. Tina

    We love the baby sign program. I even have all the apps. My son who is now two and has shown to be more advanced than other children in his class because the program taught him words to communicate, songs to sing and sign language. I love the program and I’m looking forward to continuing the program with my daughter when she is born too.

  27. Dianne

    bought several of the Baby Sign Language materials for my newborn granddaughter and it opened up a new world of communication for us. She learned many different signs and I could tell that she gained confidence by being able to participate in our communication. The baby classes she attended used baby sign language extensively so my granddaughter was able to feel ahead of the game and not left out. I feel that this gaining of confidence and not feeling left out is an important benefit of using Baby Sign Language and is one that I didn’t anticipate at the beginning when I was focused purely on communication. I have always been interested in sign language and am grateful for the beginner’s entree that this program gave me.

  28. Mary

    We started signing with our grandson around 1 yr old. It helps him to communicate with us, have less frustration & gain confidence! He is turning 3 soon & can sign every sign taught in all four videos!! The poster was a great visual for words used constantly. The cards help to expand his communication tremendously. Thank you for such a great product & making a difference in communication for him.

  29. Jada

    I purchased the Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit. I love it! I think my baby enjoys watching the babies in the videos. I think it is very helpful showing other kids/babies in the video signing their own way.

  30. Dulce

    We have been using the Ultra Baby Sign Language Kit since my Angelo was born. We started showing him basic signs from the moment he was born and signed his first sign which was milk at six months old. Angelo is now 13 months old and can sign 60+ signs.

    He is just starting to use his board books and has developed an interest in all manner of picture books. We love the Ultra kit and we are glad we invested in the larger version with more resources

  31. Tanya Ray

    We liked the flash cards but if you already know any sign this kits it really not worth the money

  32. RAMONA

    This kits are extraordinary ; I had been struggle with my 6 month boy to communicate and this was the only method . It is a realistic and fun way to learn . The preschool one , has as protagonist , the 2 kids but grown up , and that is a turn off. It is more fun when Lia was a small girl , no offense . Also will be a nice touch to add some nursery songs to sing to kids. Also another struggle that this kits does not future is a method for the right brain learners. Gemma learn very fast from this kit and was more then perfect , but my son will stare at it, love it , learn it and very soon will forget . In short time his dislike to see this movie increase greatly. So I believe the best kit is baby sign language , the rest are good with Lia , but the characters grown up and spoil the fun. I have three other kids and the Baby Signing Time videos have been a life saver. While I may not have all the time in my hands to teach Gemma , because I teach Nick and others in home school , but through modeling she can always sit with her siblings and sing along while watching the Baby Signing Time DVD s
    A day does not go by when we don’t sign with Gemma , 2 boys and 2 more girls. In the cars between field trips, in our rest time when all kids can not sycronize their nap , is just a deserve it breack. And further more , I LOVE IT. I found my self instead of educated my self how to teach , I end in glaze at it, and look like a child absorbed by it . My husband will always laugh how deep I find my self watching it. For us the shipping cost is a pain; the shipping is equal with the price kit , I wish it can be something in there to make it a notch better.
    OVERALL, IS MORE THEN WORTH IT . I will buy it with eyes closed, I recommend it to all my clients, home schools mom and young moms , and it is worth it to save money for one year and buy it for Christmas. We are a big family that comes with small pockets , and I will not change a thing , but yet no matter who are income goes and comes , is our greatest gift to have it . Last thing, my friend from China came to visit , T Cheung and I order for me two kits ( one to have it as hard copy and other to use it in home school ) and she took both kits with her to china to help teach preschool to K kids . I receive thanks letter and make me cry to see your powerful way of teaching. Take care and good luck . When I will save more money I will by the preschool kit and grade 3 , hopefully the new future will add up in the kit.

  33. Denise Samtron

    I normally don’t review products but I wanted to share my testimony mainly because I am so proud of my baby Simon. We are a multi-ethnic family (My husband is polish) and speak both English and Polish at home. We are trying to raise a multilingual child to give him an advantage in a global economy when he becomes an adult.

    We decided to go for the really big kit mainly because we felt we were going to use it for years to come. Our hope is to have two more babies.

    I mainly work from the dictionary which I keep in my diaper bag and use it as reference even when we are out as Simon begins to notice stuff around. We are very hands on in the way we learn.

    To help Simon make connections we printed matching cards from the website and play scavenger hunts by giving him the flash card deck and having him find the objects with the card glued to it.

    Simon is learning really fast. Sometimes he learns two signs per day. My only complaint is that the dictionary is black and white instead of color.

  34. Renee H

    We love Baby Sign Language! I started using it with my son when he was 5 months old. Even though he wasn’t signing, I kept using it consistently. When he first signed back to me, I was floored! He is three now and has been diagnosed with autism and speech delay. Signing has open our communication! He has the poster in his room and he loves playing with the flash cards. Not only do they teach him signs, but now that he’s more verbal, they work as a speaking aid! I highly recommend Baby Sign Language for all kids. It’s fun and you’ll be amazed to see you child communicating with you non-verbally.

  35. Rebecca L

    We loved the kit! Our son absolutely loved the flash cards, and they’re still a big favourite.

  36. Anne F

    I took sign language for three years in high school, needless to say my skills had grown a bit rusty. I had always envisioned teaching my baby sign language so as soon as I was given the news about my pregnancy my search began for a baby sign language book. I came across Baby Sign Language and was so excited about the kit they offered. The kit arrived without delay and it was packaged with care. The kit blew me away! I immediately hung the poster that demonstrated the basic words for baby. I opened the flash cards and categorized them based on frequency of use. I also flipped through the pages of the extensive book of signs. I love every piece of the kit and I couldn’t ask for anything more clearly organized and well constructed. My baby is nearly five months old and she is already recognizing signs including milk, mommy, daddy, diaper, bath and a couple others.

    The only thing I wish it had is a set of the alphabet in some form whether be poster, flash cards or something else.

  37. Karen

    Wow! I can’t say enough good things about baby sign language. When our daughter, a very high needs baby, was 3 months old I told my husband we had to do something. I couldn’t wait for her to become a talking toddler, that we needed to know her needs sooner. That’s when I decided that sign language was probably for us. We started at 6 months with our 5 signs. By 7 months she was signing milk and at 8½ she was signing for food. It was a God send to know what my baby was wanting. It’s only grown from there. She will be 2 in a couple weeks and she knows 20 signs. One thing I noticed over the last year is that my child might not say as much as others but she communicates better than her peers.

  38. Marsha

    My experience was a positive one. The book cards and poster are all durable high quality material. We use them all the time and everything is still like new. Thank you. Vibrant colors. We are able to figure out most signs. We treasure our materials we purchase

  39. Evan Bolla

    The Baby Sign Language kit was great and certainly gave our daughter a head start on communicating. She quickly learned basic signs and was able to let us know what she wanted and when well before she began talking. Even better, our daughter began talking well before her peers and continues to be ahead of children much older than her in her vocabulary and sentence structure. As baby sign language was recommended to us by people who experienced similar results, I have to think the baby sign language program was a key contributor. The cards are great, and while some have some teeth marks on them at this point, we still use them for both the sign language and vocabulary building. We are getting ready to start using them with our second daughter and have already started integrating basic signs with her. So much of children’s frustration and tantrums stem from their inability to communicate, the baby sign language kit truly gives them tools and building blocks to (while maybe not totally avoid) lessen those terrible twos. I will also note that for the reasonable price it makes a great gift; while clothes or toys are great, giving a family something that will truly change the way they interact and how the child develops is so much more meaningful and special.

  40. kat

    These are our favourite DVDs for signing, and the dictionary is a great quick reference. My daughter loves watching the babies sign and learned quickly from the DVDs. It was also very helpful for me to learn along with her.

    I upgraded to this kit so we could have the books as well, and that was a great decision. My daughter loves the books and knows that they are the same characters from Baby Signing Time. Those were the only books she was interested in for awhile. Since using sign language to read them she started using her signs with other books, pointing out all the animals, plants, and food. This is amazing to watch and experience.

    I am very pleased with this product. The flash cards are great and sturdy and we haven’t managed to mangle them yet. I would recommend this product to anyone seriously considering baby signing with their child. An unexpected bonus is the DVDs work great as a babysitter when trying to cook dinner safely with a toddler! (Of course she is within eyesight, just far away from the oven, stove top, and hot dishes!)

  41. Erica

    I received the Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit in December as a Christmas gift from my parents for my daughter Ella. I could not believe my eyes when I saw all the stuff that came in my kit. Literally I had enough material to teach Ella hundreds of signs from basic stuff you see at the playground to more complex signs that match her personal interests. Ella is a very smart little girl and she is reward-driven. The Teaching Guide came with tips that made sense to us in terms of rewarding Ella without letting her have her way in things that did not make sense (In our case it relates to chocolate. Ella loves chocolate and she would sign and ask nonstop) The Guide showed us how to acknowledge Ella, make her feel like she was understood but decline her request.

    I have three other kids and the Baby Signing Time videos have been a life saver. While I may not have all the time in my hands to teach Ella through modeling she can always sit with her siblings and sing along while watching the Baby Signing Time DVDs

    Ella is 16 months old and can now sign over 60 signs. She loves her baby sign language Flash Cards and we spend a ton of time reading and re reading the Baby Signing Time Board Books.

    I cannot say enough about the level of customer service I have received from the people at Baby Sign Language. When I have a question they are always ready to help me out with suggestions that deal with my needs directly and seek to meet Ella’s learning style

    From all the toys and educational materials we have purchased for Ella the Baby Sign Language Ultra Kit is the one we use most. A day does not go by when we don’t sign with Ella.