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Baby Says More Grow n’ Tell

Everything you need to begin signing with your baby today --- Guaranteed


Baby Says More Grow n’ Tell is an online video course designed to teach you to effectively communicate with your baby using basic gestures and signs. Signing gives your baby a tool to communicate their needs before they have the ability to speak. Signing is a stress reducing, rewarding experience. It is easy to learn and implement into your existing daily routines... no extra time required.



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Reduce Frustration

Shorten tantrums and lessen their frequency by reducing frustration for you and your baby

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Give Your Baby a Head Start

Baby Sign Language has been shown to speed up the onset of spoken language and enhance future vocabulary acquisition

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Eliminate endless guessing games

Stop guessing what your baby wants and give them a tool to communicate their wants and needs

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The Experience parents are having with signing...

"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!"

"They started quickly to pick up first signs and all I can say: Made the day easier and much more fun."

"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"

"At about 11 months, Feli was pulling on my shirt for milk and when I didn’t give it to him right away, he spontaneously used the sign MILK. I was so shocked and began using the 5 basic signs that we had previously used, such as FOOD and CHANGE NAPPY, and Feli remembered them!"

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

The course was fantastic. When you have 2 kids and no time to read a book or do as much research as you would like, it is easy to look on the Facebook group to review a video that you sent me or go on the site and quickly find the link. You haven’t just been taught about a sign, but instead you’ve listened to it, looked at it on video, and it’s a lot easier to memorize.

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.

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3 Simple Steps

1

Learn The 4 stages Every sign goes through

Step by step instruction to teach your baby how to communicate with you using any sign. See examples of real families going through each of the 4 stages -eliminates any confusion and leaves you 100% confident in the process.

2

Choose your First sign

Choose a developmentally appropriate first sign for your baby. We recommend "MORE" which can be found in Baby Says More™ sign dictionary.

3

Add to an existing routine

Pick an existing routine, such as mealtime, and begin teaching your baby their first sign... No extra time required.

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Real Families... Really Signing

Be a fly on the wall and watch these families use baby sign to communicate during their daily routines within mealtime and playtime.

What Is Included In Baby Says More™ Grow N' Tell

Baby Learning Sign Language

4 core modules

Step-by-step guidance through the signing process

No need to add to your to-do list... With concise, step-by-step, easy to follow videos, squeeze it in whenever you can and wherever parenthood takes you.

Sign Language Basics

Module # 1

Why teach your baby to sign

Understand how your baby's cognitive, language and motor development allow for them to sign before speaking emerges.
Sign Language For Babies

Module # 2

The "ROUTINE" of baby sign

Integrate communication into yours and your baby's daily routines.
Michelle Showing Baby Sign Language

Module # 3

Tools to teach your baby to sign

You’ve seen babies sign before on the Internet…but how did they learn to do so? Learn how to teach the new skill of baby sign, and then support that skill as it develops with your baby.
Hattie Learning Baby Sign Language

Module # 4

Expand your baby's sign repertoire and syntax

Teach your baby to combine known signs to create short phrases. Begin teaching manners and conversational turn taking.

Navia Learning Baby Sign Language Basics

Bonus Module # 1

Tips and Tricks

The tips and tricks module is designed to hone in on the key reminders and takeaways for you to remember and review at any time. No need for a super memory or excessive notes... Visit the tips and tricks section at any time for a quick review.
First Baby Sign

Bonus Module # 2

5 most developmentally appropriate signs

There are over 100,000 words in any language... so where do we start? We included the 5 signs that will be most valuable for your baby to communicate their basic wants and needs. These signs were selected based on a typical baby’s routine, but also their achievable hand-shapes during your baby’s motor development. Start here and slowly add to your baby’s sign repertoire.

For your convenience

Your life, your pace... Baby Says More™ Grow n' Tell is an 'on demand' training available 24/7, 365 days per year. Revisit the course as often as you would like. The materials are yours for life.

Friendly on all devices... Access the course anywhere; whether in bed after a long day when your baby is finally asleep or on the road traveling for the holidays, the course is always by your side.

We all learn differently... Choose the format in which you learn best, including video, audio or written word. Each module is provided in all formats.

Instant access. Begin signing with your baby today!

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Monthly Live
Coaching Calls

Get your specific questions answered
Join the Live Video Q and A with a certified speech language pathologist and get your questions about your baby's language development answered.
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Real Families... Really signing

A video is worth 1000 pictures
Remove any confusion from your signing process... See other families that have used Baby Says More™ Grow n' Tell using signs in their daily routines.
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Video sign dictionary

Over 100 signs and growing everyday

Your own searchable video sign dictionary... find any sign in seconds. The Grow n' Tell video sign dictionary includes over 100 videos of signs and is growing everyday. Featuring multiple video angles and closeups of each sign.

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Private Facebook Group

You are not alone
Join the closed Baby Says More™ Facebook group packed with mothers, fathers and caregivers at various stages of their signing journeys. See videos of other families signing, get questions answered and enjoy a close community of other baby signers.

Meet Your Instructor


Greetings parents and caregivers,

My goal with Baby Says More™ is to give busy parents a one-stop shop for everything they need to know to sign with their babies. I am an American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association certified speech and language pathologist who has done a great deal of research on signing as an alternative or augmentative means of communication. I have seen just how efficacious signing with your little one is and the advantages it affords babies, but also the joy that signing brings to entire families. It is really magical to witness and I would like to share this heartfelt experience with you.

Many years ago when the Baby Says More™ Grow n’ Tell program was merely a forethought, I first started teaching my niece Sadie to sign when she was about 3 months of age. I had been intrigued by the research I had done on preverbal communication strategies, specifically that of “baby sign language,” but obviously my sister and family were less ‘convinced’ of its efficacy. In fact, at first they thought that I was just Crazy Aunt ‘Chelle. Regardless, I didn’t let my family’s trepidations lead to self doubt…I was committed to what I already knew to be a highly effective method that I used day in and day out with my students. I told them to give it less than a year and they’ll see, in fact, they’ll thank me.

Fast forward three short months and it finally happened…Sadie looked at her Aunt ‘Chelle with her adorable brown eyes while her little, slightly uncoordinated, hands made an oh so familiar gesture. In fact, she was unmistakably using the sign MORE. She didn’t want me to leave her side, but rather she wanted me to continue playing with her. So she told me. I’ve never felt more loved, and even more so, proud. Seeing my little niece, my pride and joy, communicate with me after all of my effort teaching her was one of the most momentous experiences of my life. I will never forget it.

I worked with Sadie every day teaching her to sign for desired items: first with more general signs, such as “GIVE ME” and “MORE,” and then later with specific signs for specific desired items. My sister Carrie was thrilled to have a way to communicate with her baby months before she was even expecting her first words. She would tell everyone she knew about the stress relief and confidence that she was afforded by knowing what her baby needed because Sadie could tell her... or rather, sign to her.

Then, when Sadie reached 8 months of age, she was stringing together 3 sign sentences, which included the manner terms “PLEASE” and “THANK YOU.” As Sadie was my first niece, her parents were thrilled to have a strategy that provided insight into their baby’s mind. It allowed them to feel more relaxed in their parenting and it also prevented Sadie from becoming frustrated due to breakdowns in communication. 

She had a way to communicate!

Then, at about 15 months of age, Sadie was able to politely ask her mother to pick her up, “Pick me up please!” Thank goodness she could, because at this point in time Sadie was unable to move herself, as she was quite a late walker.

Luckily Sadie had the language skills to navigate her environment from the seated position!

Not only was Sadie able to communicate much earlier than her age-matched peers, but her verbal language skills were also more advanced and her development accelerated. This experience with Carrie and Sadie changed the path that I had thought I was on in life. I knew that I needed to share this with parents in a way that was easy to understand and implement into their busy lives.

This miracle known as preverbal communication is exactly what I would like to share with you through Baby Says More™ Grown n’ Tell. I have since taught many other parents the Baby Says More™ Grow n’ Tell method, which I have compiled into a single, comprehensive, online course. Prior to creating the course, I did a ton of research and used these techniques in my own clinical practice.The Grow n’ Tell method is based on techniques used by speech and language pathologists worldwide!

Regardless of what methods early childhood professionals use, it is parents who are their baby’s most influential teachers! As such, I made this course to give you the tools you need to feel confident in teaching your baby to sign, as well as to inform other caregivers in your baby’s life.

That being said, you will be fully supported throughout the process of teaching your baby to sign. I am very active on the Facebook group and will be live each month so that you can ask any questions you have about signing, as well as any questions regarding overall speech and language development.
I look forward to meeting you and hearing your stories.

Best,
Michelle

Michelle Baby Sign Language

Michelle Lerner, M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD - Bilingual Extension

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50% off 1:1 coaching - 4 session package

Consistency... simplified. Sign chart with diagrams for an "at a glance" reminder making it simple for all caregivers in your family to get involved with signing

Baby Says More™ E-book illustrating the importance of signing with your baby

Cheat sheet covering the the 4 stages necessary to teach each individual sign and key reminders for each stage

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Baby Says More™ Grow n' Tell comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our hope is that your family's life with be forever transformed by introducing signing to your baby. If you go through the course and feel like it did not provide you everything you could possibly need to teach your baby to sign for any reason whatsoever, then we couldn't get you your money back soon enough. Simply send one e-mail and a 100% refund will be processed immediately.

You have Qs? We have As...

Common Questions

At what age should I start signing with my baby?

You can technically begin modeling baby signing as early as birth; however, underlying comprehension for signs, long-term memory for words and their referents, as well as adequate motor coordination emerge at about 6 months of age. Nevertheless, I recommend starting with baby sign as early as possible so as to expose your baby to gestural communication prior to its emergence, just as you would expose your baby to spoken language well before he/she is capable of verbalizing.

How long will it take for my baby to start signing back?

Each infant varies in his/her development of the ability to sign based on his/her specific developmental trajectories, with age and amount of exposure being huge factors. Your baby will not be able to sign prior to being able to focus on hand movement (joint attention) and having the cognitive capability of matching a sign to it’s referent (symbolism). Seeing as these two prerequisites emerge at around 6 months of age, I certainly would not expect a baby to sign any earlier. All in all, it is important to be patient with your infant and diligent about your signing routines.

When is my baby too old to sign?

Age is not a factor when signing with your baby. In fact, the determiner of whether or not to start signing with your baby should be his/her level of spoken language; that is, whether or not he/she can communicate effectively with spoken words to meet all of his/her wants and needs. If your little one's spoken language is emerging, but still lacks some important words that cause breakdowns in communication, then signing can still be an effective tool for your family. Using baby sign is meant to reduce the frustration felt by baby and parent/caregiver that results from communication attempts (i.e. crying, reaching, pointing, etc.) not being understood. So if your baby has the verbal means to communicate any concept, then perhaps signing would not be as useful. But if your baby still lacks the ability to express specific concepts verbally that lead to frustration, then baby sign is the perfect tool to alleviate said frustration and give your baby a method of communicating beyond the spoken words in his/her repertoire.

How much time do I need to sign with my baby per day?

There is no prescribed amount of time to sign with your baby. You must imbed signing into your and your baby’s daily routines, such as all three meals, playtime, bath time and so on and so forth. Your baby should be expected to communicate his/her wants and needs in order to have them fulfilled, that is why it is important to start with requesting. Requiring that your baby learn to sign EAT, MILK, GIVE ME, etc. to request might add more time to your daily routines at first, but it will eventually become effortless and instinctual.

Why should I teach my baby to sign?

Teaching your baby to sign has many benefits, including:
     
- Reduced baby distress due to his/her ability to communicate
- Reduced crying and tantrums
- Mothers who are more “tuned in” due to increased self-confidence
- Improved parent-child communication
- Strengthened parent-child bond
- Increased joint attention and engagement in two-way conversation
- Advanced comprehension
- Larger expressive and receptive oral language vocabularies
- Enhanced literacy if signing is paired with reading
- The potential for a later IQ advantage (* needs more definitive research)

Is baby sign the same sign language that deaf individuals use?

Firstly, baby sign is not a language, rather a method of introducing communication to babies. Languages have complex grammatical systems, which baby signing lacks seeing as its purpose is basic communication prior to the emergence of verbal language. Secondly, there is not a universal sign language used by deaf individuals around the world. There are approximately 300 different sign languages, including American Sign Language, British Sign Language and Nicaraguan Sign Language to name a few.

Should I be using only signs from American Sign Language (ASL)?

You should use signs from any sign system that you would like, or you can use improvised signs. Improvised signs are home signs. It is not only okay to create your own signs, but it is recommended. Often babies will use their own gestures to communicate their wants and needs, such as putting their hands above their heads to be picked up or rubbing their eyes when it is time for bed. These gestures are not coincidental and are readily available tools for communication…Use them! Whichever signs or sign systems you decide upon, make sure to be consistent and always to use the same sign/referent combinations.

In a bilingual household, should I use the same signs for both languages?


A single sign should be paired with a single referent regardless of the parents’ spoken language(s). That is, it is not necessary to use multiple signs to indicate the same items/referents just because there is more than one language spoken in your household. Remember, baby signing is meant to teach communicative function. It is not a sign language with a complex grammatical structure, but rather a symbolic means of basic communication prior to the onset of speaking. Pair the sign with the word in both (or all) languages spoken by the family to promote bi/multilingual language development.

Will my baby's language development be delayed if I teach him/her to sign?

Dating back to the 19th century, linguist, professor at Yale and writer for the Webster’s English Dictionary, William Dwight Whitney, observed children of deaf parents beginning to sign as young as 6 months of age while still maintaining typical verbal language acquisition. Therefore, these children were noted to communicate younger than children of hearing parents and still began speaking according to typical developmental milestones. Whitney discovered that signing allows for earlier communicative abilities and ultimately facilitates verbal language.

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100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Baby Says More™ Grow n' Tell comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our hope is that your family's life with be forever transformed by introducing signing to your baby. If you go through the course and feel like it did not provide you everything you could possibly need to teach your baby to sign for any reason whatsoever, then we couldn't get you your money back soon enough.. Simply send one e-mail and a 100% refund will be processed immediately.

What Baby Says More Grow n' Tell students are saying...

Carrie using Baby Sign Language with Sadie

"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!"

Sadie is my first child and six years ago Michelle began working on baby sign with her (and me). I had absolutely no experience with baby sign and at first it almost seemed silly to me. Michelle would have me repeat words and signs to Sadie every time she ate or wanted something. My skepticism was fleeting. Once Sadie turned six or seven months old she was starting to communicate her desires in simple signs such as MORE. By ten months old Sadie could express more intricate feelings such as “music, please.” Michelle not only taught Sadie how to sign for basic everyday needs – food, water, milk, play, music, dance – but she also went as far as to teach her how to be polite. People would tell me that baby sign is going to stunt Sadie’s ability to speak. This could not be farther from the truth. Sadie was one of the first talkers amongst her playgroup and constantly awed her pediatrician with her advanced vocabulary.

Michelle is a gifted teacher; children adore her. Michelle is a lot of fun and extremely warm while at the same time she is firm with them. They do not receive their reward without putting in some work. That being said, I could not get over how easy Michelle’s techniques were to implement on my own. Every time she met with us she would expand on what we already learned. It was very exciting because with each visit I knew I was going to receive more and more insight into my baby’s mind. I do not have words to express how invaluable that experience was. Plus, it all eviated so much of Sadie’s frustration because I always knew what she wanted;she had a method to tell me!

- Carrie, New York -
Jasmina using baby sign language with her twins

"They started quickly to pick up first signs and all I can say: Made the day easier and much more fun."

I was a nanny for two adorable twin girls when I was introduced to wonderful Michelle and her program. Michelle began working with Perri and Edyn on sign when they where 6 months old. Michelle would have Skype sessions with us. The girls and I loved watching and learning from her. They started quickly to pick up first signs and all I can say: Made the day easier and much more fun. 

MORE sign became the helper with food, toys and music. And also PLEASE sign was accepted as a part of every day routine. The girls were communicating not just with me, also with their parents, older sibling and grandparents. It was a family affair and everyone enjoyed it.

They also loved the way she would introduce new sign every time and made us all realize that kids, even at that 9/10 months, are so eager to learn.

Michelle is a wonderful teacher and person. I love her approach to teaching babies and adults and making us realize how important it is to communicate with children from an early age. It took a lot of frustration and crying from them and adults, because now they could be understood and we could meet their needs. It was a great eye opener for me and I can say I have learned so much more about children's psychology from this as well. 

Michelle, you know that meeting with us every time made the girls' day so much fun.

- Jasmina, Serbia -

"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"

Signing provided us the ability to communicate with our son very early on in his development. You could see his excitement the moment he knew that we understood him. Watching your child learn and develop is one of the most thrilling parts of being a parent and knowing that his needs are met is incredibly comforting. The signs he would use most often were more, all done, and milk. Knowing that he had enough to eat was a relief as I often worried if he had enough milk especially while I was nursing him.

Another incredible part of teaching my child to sign is the impact it had on his verbal skills. Signing combined with verbal communication contributed to his early ability to speak because he more easily associated the sound with the response. 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.

Today, our 2 year-old son speaks beautifully and still throws in a sign every now and then. Thank you Baby Says More™ for giving us the tools to communicate and more deeply connect with our little one. 

- Kate, Colorado -
Emily and her husband with Feli teaching Baby Sign Language

"At about 11 months, Feli was pulling on my shirt for milk and when I didn’t give it to him right away, he spontaneously used the sign MILK. I was so shocked and began using the 5 basic signs that we had previously used, such as FOOD and CHANGE NAPPY, and Feli remembered them!"

I started signing with Feli at about 5 months, but he wasn’t signing back at that time. My husband and family were so skeptical of signing, so when I continued using 5 basic signs with him for a few months and didn’t get any signs back from him, I thought that they were right about signing and I discontinued using signs with him. Then at about 11 months, Feli was pulling on my shirt for milk and when I didn’t give it to him right away, he spontaneously used the sign MILK. I was so shocked and began using the 5 basic signs that we had previously used,such as FOOD and CHANGE NAPPY, and Feli remembered them!

If you’re put off at the beginning because you’re not getting anything back, stick with it. I didn’t believe people when they told me to stick with it in the beginning because the signs hadn’t come out and it seemed like Feli didn’t have any interest in signing, but then when they came out [even though I had stopped signing for a short period], Feli remembered the signs a few months later!Seriously, stick with it because it works!

- Emily, Barcelona -
Amerlia teaching baby sign language to her children

"Having signed with two children now, I can definitely say that teaching your children to communicate early on is 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. They are so capable of being able to sign from a really young age, and to be able to get out their frustration by telling you what they want when they want it. It’s a gift to be able to give your children words before they can express themselves developmentally.

I started with both of my girls at 6 months. They didn’t start signing back until 9 months because the fine motor skills just weren’t there yet, but I could see that they understood and were picking it up. Once they started to sign back, both of them just went their own way. It’s interesting because both of them ended up inventing their own signs. I think that’s fantastic too, because they have their own vocabulary. They invent signs for things they don’t know how to say, namely names of people, such as family members whose names they can’t pronounce.

Maya was a signer, and now she’s 4, so she helps teach Olivia some signs. It’s really funny watching their interactions and how Maya encourages her sister to sign. Signing is a really important step in communication development in young children and we’re really glad we found Michelle and her course, because it’s been a really great experience for us.

- Amelia, Barcelona-
Tania and family enjoying baby sign language

The course was fantastic. When you have 2 kids and no time to read a book or do as much research as you would like, it is easy to look on the Facebook group to review a video that you sent me or go on the site and quickly find the link. You haven’t just been taught about a sign, but instead you’ve listened to it, looked at it on video, and it’s a lot easier to memorize.

Byron developed speech late, but he made up his own signs when he needed to.He’s always been a great communicator. When he needed to communicate something, he would make up signs and sounds to communicate with me. I realized that if I were to teach Mia these signs before she even had that need then it would make the process a lot easier. And it has, it’s made it so much easier. I don’t know if this has helped her to speak earlier, but she started talking more quickly. At nine months she was already saying a lot of words and most of those words were the same as the signs that she already knew (i.e. LECHE, MÁS, WATER, PLEASE, THANK YOU). I think it must have really helped with her speech.

The course was fantastic. When you have 2 kids and no time to read a book or do as much research as you would like, it is easy to look on the Facebook group to review a video that you sent me or go on the site and quickly find the link. You haven’t just been taught about a sign, but instead you’ve listened to it, looked at it on video, and it’s a lot easier to memorize.

- Tania, Barcelona -

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.

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. She has a few spoken words: dada, mama, hi, baby. Though she can state a couple words, Ivy Ana primarily communicates using baby signs and pointing. The other day she even made up a sign on her own. When I told her that Dada was not home and that he had driven to work, she used a sign that I had never taught her - 'drive' by putting one hand up like it's on the steering wheel. She signed 'Dada drive' and pointed out to the street. It was the cutest and coolest thing ever!

- Hillary, San Francisco

Let's Sum It Up...

Here is everything you will get with Baby Says More™ Grow n' Tell Online course

Baby Toy

Skip years of frustration for you and your baby as they develop the ability to speak. Give your baby a way to communicate all their needs months before you were expecting their first word.

No need to add to your to-do list. With logical and concise videos in specific modules, squeeze it in whenever you can and wherever parenthood takes you.

Get your specific questions answered... Join the monthly Live Q and A with a certified speech language pathologist and get any of your questions regarding your child's language developmental answered.

You are not alone... Join the closed Baby Says More™ Facebook group packed with mothers, fathers and caregivers at various stages in their signing journeys. Share stories, share videos and get your questions answered.

Step-by-Step easy to follow videos teaching you the A to Z of signing. If only all aspects of parenting were this simple.

Your own searchable video sign dictionary... find any sign in seconds.

Real families... really signing with their babies live on video.

We all learn differently... choose the format where you learn best... video, audio, or written word.

Your life, Your Pace.... Baby Says More™ Grow n' Tell is 'on demand' and available 24/7 365 days per year. Revisit as often as you would like. The materials are yours for life.

Not another cartoon... This is designed to instruct the parent so as to make you the expert throughout your baby's signing journey.

Not some Internet gimmick... Created by a certified speech language pathologist who has coached numerous families on signing with their babies. Rest assured knowing that what you are studying is research-based and considered best practice.

Still not feeling 100% confident? A certified mentor is only a click away... Get 50% off of our 4 session 1:1 coaching program with the program designer, Michelle Lerner.

Drowning in information? No idea where to start? Suffering from symptoms of paralysis by analysis? Baby Says More™ is your one-stop shop. We provide you with everything you need to feel confident teaching your baby to sign

Want to learn more? We have included a list of references allowing you to dig as deep into the research as you would like.

Instant access. Begin signing with your baby today!

We get it... parenthood is busy. That is exactly why we offer access to the course from anywhere and on every type of device

Your baby may be the next Albert Einstein, or maybe not... but they can definitely use sign to communicate with you before they can speak...

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Best Value

One payment of

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