Communicate with your baby... before they can speak

Baby Sign Language Is A Stress Reducing And Rewarding Experience That Empowers Your Preverbal Baby With An Effective Tool To Communicate

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Communication with the use of baby sign language makes give your baby independence at a very young age

The Eyes Of Understanding...

Your baby looks at you with those big innocent eyes and your heart tells you that they really do understand when you speak to them...

In fact, they do. Not only do they understand you, but they are fully capable of communicating with you.

Your baby has the gross motor skills, hand-eye coordination and cognitive memory capacity for language as early as 6 months of age. The only limiting factor is the development of their vocal tract. Baby sign is the tool that allows your perverbal baby to communicate...

Start communicating with your baby using Baby Sign...

You can avoid this by using baby sign language

Reduce frustration resulting from breakdowns in communication

You can avoid this by using baby sign language

Extinguish the need to cry (remember that crying is your baby’s method of communicating)

You can avoid this by using baby sign language

Eliminate endless guessing games that result from a lack of functional communication

What you can expect by learning to use baby sign language with your baby

Speed up the onset of spoken language & facilitate language development

What you can expect by learning to use baby sign language with your baby

Incite a closer parent-child bond and make parenting even more fun

What you can expect by learning to use baby sign language with your baby

Experience the fulfillment that comes from the ability to communicate with your preverbal baby

Start communicating with your baby today...

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How It works


Learn how to model your first developmentally appropriate sign


Understand the 4 levels of prompting that each sign goes through


Pick an existing routine to use to begin teaching your baby their first sign

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Your Instructor

Michelle showcases a baby sign language sign for Andrea

Michelle Lerner is the owner and founder of Baby Says More™. She helps parents teach their infants baby sign in their natural language environments.

Michelle received a Bachelor of Arts in the Speech-Language-Hearing-Sciences at Hofstra University and a Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from Teacher’s College Columbia University.  

She holds the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech and Language Pathologists (CCC-SLP), the New York State License to practice Speech and Language Pathology, the Professional Certificate for Teachers of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD), as well as a Bilingual Extension to the TSSLD in English/Spanish from the Bilingual Institute at Teacher’s College Columbia University.

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What parents who use baby sign are saying...

Amelia used baby sign language with two of her children and found  the ability to communicate with her children to be the best thing ever

"Having signed with two children now, I can definitely say that teaching your children to communicate early on is the best thing ever."

- Amelia, Barcelona-

Kate has had a ton of fun using baby sign language with her entire family

"Signing has been fun for the whole family. It has been stimulating for my son and has provided my husband and I with an exciting and rewarding direction through what can be challenging moments."

- Kate, Colorado -

Ana used baby sign language to establish her independence at a young age

"Ivy Ana is 16 months old now, and she is still using signs. She started signing independently right before she turned 7 months old. Now she signs all the time, and picks up new signs pretty quickly. I'd guess she probably uses 20 or more signs and combines them to communicate in 2 or 3 word sentences."

- Hillary, San Francisco

Carrie uses baby sign language to communicate with Salley

"I do not have words to express how invaluable that experience was. Plus, it alleviated so much of Sadie’s frustration because I always knew what she wanted; she had a method to tell me!"

- Carrie, New York -

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