Child Sign Language is an excellent tool for communicating with a pre-verbal infant or toddler.
Even the babies below can eagerly recognize simple signs. This allows communication!
The sign of a potter gives the baby an opportunity to tell you they need help to get to the cup or toilets. Initially, you will recognize the body's needs, perhaps as you go before or after it.
Sign language is the "bridge" between "pre-verbal" babies and our verbal culture. It gives you a "tool" to communicate with you. Our visual memories are older, so babies immediately recognize the signs as they can. There are about 12 months for a joint signature to actually pick up, though earlier and later it's possible. Continue to practice, find out the recognition of the signs before the baby will use them to "talk" to you.
Choose a proper signal or natural gesture. It should be simple so the baby can roughly imitate and always use spoken words and loving eye contact.
These three tips make it easy to regularly sign the day that baby's sign language and infant poodle is simply part of an integrated and normal lifestyle.
3 strategies that should be mentioned when combining a baby bean with an infant baby:
Make the selected signal each time it approaches the pot
2. Make a mark when the chick is on the pot
3. Use the sign to "ask" if the little girl wants to use them, respond to excitement and respect their reservations.
With these 3 simple strategies, you add the beacon tongues to the relaxation communication moments (EK). Sometimes the infant will show great attention and control. They are clearly and timely. Otherwise they will not – make a small man busy work
Wait to practice the beacons and EC exercises to spill and flow. Like all natural processes, it will be a flash of wonderful communication that causes families to catch up with the communication.
See this wonderful and breakthrough sign of the future, not expecting to be WC-independent at very early age. EC is something that you regularly practice as part of your lifestyle rather than a "method" or result-based activity such as traditional potty or WC training.
Give him a goal – Baby Sign Language and EC's excellent partners to communicate with you as soon as they know. It will gradually reduce the use of diapers or diapers, helping to save the environment, money and money, and enjoy a new dimension in the baby's shared bond.