Time to Sign with Children Sign Language Curriculum with Training Package

Time to Sign with Children Sign Language Curriculum with Training Package

Certified Center Program with Time to Sign Young Children Sign Language Curriculum and Training Package. Come learn how to teach your children sign language the fun way with the Time to Sign with Young Children Sign Language Curriculum and Staff Development Package. Package includes: Time to Sign with Young Children Birth to Five Curriculum...

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Time to Sign Solutions for Early Childhood

Time to Sign Solutions for Early Childhood

Time to Sign Solutions for Early Childhood provides professional training and resource materials for early childhood professionals and parents.

Our specialty is Birth to Five. We know that the first five years of a child's life are the most significant when it comes to his/her ability to communicate effectively. Time to Sign is dedicated to enhancing communication for all by teaching American Sign Language (ASL) and visual communication in a fun and educational way. Additionally, Time to Sign uses sign language to enhance literacy and learning; social and emotional learning; and classroom and behavior management.

Time to Sign is founded by Lillian Hubler and Michael Hubler. Lillian Hubler is the founder and President of Time to Sign, Inc., the foremost sign language trainer of young children’s educators with having trained more than 75,000 educators nationwide. She is a dynamic presenter whose presentations are educational best practices, engaging, and fun. Participants are amazed at how much sign language they learn in a single enjoyable session.

Dr. Michael S. Hubler, Ed.D., has over 30 years’ experience working in non-profit and government environments; developing programs and partnerships; and running non-profit organizations as the Executive Director. He is also a talented instructor, former Graduate Teaching Fellow at Radford University, who prides himself on his ability to convey even the most complicated information in a manner that everyone can understand. Michael has completed his Educational Specialist degree and is currently working toward the completion of his Education Doctorate. He has also published over 40 educational books as the product developer for Time to Sign, Inc.

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Enhancing the Early Childhood Classroom 2 Day Live Zoom Course

Enhancing the Early Childhood Classroom 2 Day Live Zoom Course

Enhancing the Early Childhood Classroom 2-Day Course  July 8-9, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST Come learn how to incorporate sign language into your daily lessons.  Our 2-day program is filled with amazing and useful resources for easy implementation of sign language for communication and social-emotional learning. ...

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Preschool Sign Language Online Program

Learn how to sign the fun way to work with your toddlers and preschool children through songs, games and stories Why sign with your preschool children? Preschool children will remember the signs before they can remember the word.  Sign language with your children can help with cognitive development, visual language, communication...

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Motivate and Understand 4 Brains and Cognitive Development of Young Children w Signs Online Course

Motivate and Understand the 4 Brains & Cognitive Development of Young Children with Sign Language Course is created for educators or parents who want to make their children excel at home and in school. Are you a parent? Or are you a teacher or instructor? This online course, Enhance Your Child's Cognitive and Kinesthetic Learning with Sign...

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100 Easy Ways to Promote Social Emotional Learning in Young Children Online Program

100 Easy Ways to Promote Social Emotional Learning in Young Children Online Program

Why should you try to enhance children's social emotional skills at a young age? The truth about well-adjusted and successful adults is that it all begins with a good foundation in social-emotional learning (Hubler, EdD, SEL expert).  Decades of research have proven that children with strong social-emotional skills do much better...

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Playdate Friends Freddie

Have a play date with Freddie and her little feline friend! Freddie features a built-in onesie with whimsical bow design and a removable outfit with boots. Machine washable and dryer safe, kids can play all day and wash them away. Playdate Friends were picked as one of the Fatherly Favorite Best Toys from Toy Fair 2020. Safe for ages 0...

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Playdate Friends Ellis

Playdate Friends Ellis has a removable outfit and dog companion that are all 100% machine washer and dryer safe! Ellis wears a vest, booties, overalls and t-shirt with closure in back for easy dressing. Plus, Ellis features a sewn-on white onesie with two embroidered buttons. A perfect gift for young toddlers...

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Time to Sign with Birth to 5 Children Online Complete Program

Is your baby talking with signs and are you able to understand? Did you know that gestures are a natural way for your baby to communicate? Recognize what your child is saying while learning a new skill and provide the encouragement they need to develop more quickly with the Time to Sign Birth to Five Years Online Sign Language...

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Baby Sign Language?

Baby Sign Language?

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...

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Sign Language and the Brain  A Review  Ruth Campbell  Mairéad MacSweeney

Sign Language and the Brain A Review Ruth Campbell Mairéad MacSweeney

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...

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Everyone Can Sign Special Needs

Everyone Can Sign - Sign Language for Children with Special Needs and Disabilities Participants will learn: quick and easy strategies and techniques to implement visual learning; through the use of songs, games, mnemonics, and stories; which help develop children’s speech and promote inclusion for autistic, down-syndrome, ADHD/ADD...

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Classroom and Behavior Management Training

Classroom Management: SOAR to Change Participants will learn: to SOAR: determine the Solution and/or desired Outcome, then implement the required Action, afterwards Review and enhance approaches signs and phrases to enhance classroom and behavior management to identify and support children’s communication languages how...

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Understanding and Utilizing Our 4 Brains

Motivating & Understanding Young Children & Their Natural Communication Languages   Innovative and enriching workshop for educators/parents to learn how to enhance learning and help children by understanding their brain’s emotional inter-workings, how this impacts children’s behavior, and what we can do to help our...

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SOCIAL – EMOTIONAL LEARNING & BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT

Early Childhood Social, Emotional & Academic Learning Participants will learn: positive preventive strategies and techniques to reshape the controlling forces that effect children’s behavior to enhance their social and emotional development through the use of fun story, songs, and games to use sign language and other...

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Early Literacy & Language Development

  Early Literacy & Language Development: Enhancing Early Childhood Reading and Communication through Visual Learning Participants will learn: to add sign language to familiar nursery rhymes and early childhood favorites to enhance concept learning and recall providing a significant boost to young children learning to...

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SIGNING FUNDAMENTALS

Enhancing Early Childhood Communication: Creating A Strong Foundation for Learning & Development Participants will learn: to teach basic sign words and phrases to promote and enhance early childhood functional communication, which creates the foundation of all learning – both academic and behavioral to use sign words to...

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IN-CLASS COACHING WITH TEACHERS & CHILDREN

IN-CLASS COACHING WITH TEACHERS & CHILDREN

In-Class Coaching with Teachers & Children: Learn Games, Songs and Stories to Create your very own ‘My Friends and Me Learning Den’ Area and ‘Comfy Cozy Calm-Down Cove’ with Classroom Toolkit (up to 3 classrooms) My Friends and Me Learning Den Consultant(s) will provide Time to Sign program coaching...

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MOTIVATING AND UNDERSTANDING YOUNG CHILDREN'S COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE AND US

MOTIVATING AND UNDERSTANDING YOUNG CHILDREN'S COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE AND US

Motivating and Understanding Young Children's Communication Language and Using Our 4 Brains & Communication Language Program can be for either for parents or early childhood educators and specialists. Motivating and Understanding Young Children's Communication Language   Innovative and enriching workshop for...

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Teach your Children to share in kindergarten, if you want Successful Adults

Teach your Children to share in kindergarten, if you want Successful Adults

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...

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Social and Emotional Learning Programs

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...

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Social and Emotional Intelligent Children

Social and Emotional Intelligent Children

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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19 year study highlights the importance of social-emotional learning

19 year study highlights the importance of social-emotional learning

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 how these skills are more important than IQ (brain power) in the ultimate success of a child. Self-control was also rated by kindergarten...

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Young Boys and the Need to Develop Empathy

Young Boys and the Need to Develop Empathy

Doyin Richards previously wrote an article on boys need to better develop the skill of empathy (see below). This is key for them in the future as husband and fathers, but is often not done because it does not align with social norms, which after you read this you will agree need to be changed. Without the skill of empathy boys head down a...

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Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off

Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off

Get them while they're young: A baby forms 700 new neural connections per second. Peter Coy October 21, 2015 — 8:39 AM EDT Teacher with class of kids with raised hands Brain science and economics show that intervening to help children when they're very young is more cost-effective than waiting until they're in school. That's...

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