The truth is that using sign language with babies and children who can hear is revolutionizing parenting in America.
Salt Lake City, Utah (Vocus) September 18, 2008
Two Little Hands Productions - creators of the popular Signing Time DVD series - announces their newest additions to the Signing Time family. Baby Signing Time 3 & 4 will make its debut on October 1st of this year.
Baby Signing Time 3: A New Day and 4: Let's Be Friends includes new signs, more songs and scores of adorable signing babies. Parents who are yet unfamiliar with the concept of signing with their baby will discover that babies can use signs to express their needs and wants long before they are old enough to speak, virtually eliminating tantrums and nurturing mutual understanding.
"Babies who sign have access to language much earlier than those left waiting for speech to develop. The signing child can describe the world around them by expressing their needs and preferences. Their hands give them a clear and powerful "voice" - quite a contrast to the whining and pointing traditionally associated with toddlerhood," said Rachel Coleman, co-creator and host of Baby Signing Time. "The truth is that using sign language with babies and children who can hear is revolutionizing parenting in America."
Created specifically to teach American Sign Language (ASL) for babies as young as three months old up to three years old, Baby Signing Time features Emmy-nominated host Rachel Coleman, along with animated Baby Alex, Baby Leah and Baby Hopkins.
Baby Signing Time 3: A New Day sets a baby's day as they learn signs for everyday things in their world: nature, weather, following directions and more. Baby Signing Time 4: Let's Be Friends teaches signs for everyday things in a baby's world: friends, emotions, fruits & veggies, opposites and more.
Parents submitted video auditions of their children for the chance to appear in Baby Signing Time. Many of those who were chosen traveled long distances for the opportunity to be a part of this award winning series. The babies and toddlers featured are primarily one and two-years old.
"Babies sign to communicate something, so it is quite a challenge getting them to sign on cue," said Emilie Brown co-creator of Baby Signing Time. "It's amazing to see the adorable things that children do when we film them. I love it when the camera happens to capture those truly magical moments!"
About Signing Time And Two Little Hands Productions
Signing Time is a captivating and entertaining DVD series produced by Two Little Hands Productions. Signing Time was created to make American Sign Language fun and easy for children of all ages and abilities. Two Little Hands Productions also produces the popular Baby Signing Time DVDs and CDs that have played a prominent role in the recent "baby signing" trend. For more information, please visit http://www.signingtime.com.