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Going Out (Sign About) Board book – 1 Nov 2005

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Product details

  • Board book: 12 pages
  • Age Range: 1 - 4 years
  • Publisher: Child's Play (International) Ltd (1 Nov. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1904550800
  • ISBN-13: 978-1904550808
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 1 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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Nice book, made from re-enforced cardboard, which is a great idea, as small hands can easily tear normal paper. Plus, it's easier for Mum and later, your toddler to read, together, or independently. As a Deaf parent, both my girls were born hearing, it made such a difference in our communication when my children were young. I actively advocate using British Sign Language, in a simple form, of which this book is. There are several in the series, which cover normal daily activities in yours and your child's lives. I decided to carry on what I began with my children, with my Grandson when he arrives. Even if you do not have any Deaf family members, the use of Sign Language with hearing babies is a fantastic idea, it allows for your baby to express basic needs, and so lowering the number of times miscommunication happens and tantrums erupt. The books are very cheap, however, extremely well made, and appear to be quite robust. They take only a few days to be delivered, and show in clear child friendly illustrations the signs used for example, coat hat, shoes etc. The book shows clearly where the sign should be, and in which direction the sign moves. Lots of fun is the reward of spending a few minutes a day or in the evening with your child learning from these books. I sign from experience that there is nothing more wonderful and rewarding, as being able to communicate effectively with your toddler on a daily basis, helping them to understand the world around them, gesture and sign are universal aids to communication, and is understood by the very young before they develop the cognitive and muscle tone needed to begin speaking. They do not hold children back from speaking, studies show that it helps them to speak sooner. These books, of which this is only one, show different activities, nursery rhymes, and songs for you all to learn as a family. Not only hearing babies benefit, Deaf babies to will benefit also.
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Have been signing with our toddler from about 4 months old. Despite health problems he is the most chilled out little lad and I'm sure that is partly due to the fact that he can communicate with us through signing. Obviously, we do misread his signs at times ('baby', 'more' and 'biscuit' look so similar when our son signs them) but he persists until we understand.

Would highly recommend these books for families. There are several topics available.
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My children love this book, pictures and colourful and the pictures show you how to sign. Easy for small children. Just after a week young children should know two or more signs.
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I brought this book so I could continue to teach my 2 year old basic sign language as he was leaning it at nursery. Some of the instructions were easy to follow which in turn allowed me to demonstate to my son. I would say that if being read by say an older child ( as my 5 year old sister tried too) they may not be able to follow some of the pictures as easily and would probly need an adult with them to show them the correct way.
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I believe it is important to teach toddlers how to sign when they are still trying to learn to talk. This helps to ward off frustrations in communication for them as well as for their carers! All of this set of Sign About books is well done.
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I chose to do baby sign(she is not a deaf child) with our wee one from around 4 months,after a ropey start with some American sign books,finally found some British ones-these are great and very useful.Even got the local library convinced to get them in!
Our wee one is now 2 and her speech and command of language is amazing.SHe is very advanced for her age and I believe that using baby sign has in part given her that advantage.
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Just like all other A. Lewis' books this one is beautifully ilustrated and fun and easy to use. Would recommend it to any parent of a baby or a toddler planning to introduce few signs in the communication, just for the fun of it.
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