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Baby sign language From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     Jump to navigationJump to search Baby sign language is the use of manual signing allowing infants and toddlers to communicate emotions, desires, and objects prior to spoken language development.[1][2][3] With guidance and...

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_sign_language

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Review of how Sign Language works in the Brain.  I really felt that this was a great article to add to our website as it associates with speech and language processing.  Read on... How are signed languages processed by the brain? This review briefly outlines some basic principles of brain structure and function and the methodological...

Source: https://doi.org/10.1093/deafed/enm035

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In working with at-risk youth for over 20 years and earning my doctoral degree in education, with a specialization in social and emotional learning, I found this article particularly illuminating as it details the importance of sharing in the ultimate success of a child. This extremely important interpersonal skill is crucial for...

Source: Author Emma Brown

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Time To Sign are the leaders in utilizing games, fun, songs, and American Sign Language to help our children become better social and emotional people.  "Social and Emotional People" are more compassionate, they don't bully; they care for their friends; and they have fewer errors in behavior. In fact, this is not just for young...

Source: Laura Berg, Babies and Sign Language

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Time to Sign realizes what is happening in our homes and in our schools. Our children are faced with so much outside influence with technology and adult problems, that they don't learn how to develop properly with social and emotional intelligence. This is evident in the lack of self esteem and confidence, and the ability to problem...

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