To get started on baby sign language, begin by learning your first few signs.
Mommy, Daddy, Milk, and the rest of the Top Ten Starter Signs are a good place to begin.
You only need a few signs to start with, anywhere from three to five is fine.
These free baby sign language flash cards are a valuable teaching aide to help you develop the signing vocabulary of a more advanced baby.
Each sign card can be downloaded and printed out on your home computer.
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