Teaching Baby Sign Language: Nita, Show Us More

Author: Familius
Published: 2018/04/22 - Updated: 2023/09/12
Publication Type: Announcement / Notification
Contents: Summary - Introduction - Main - Related

Synopsis: Nita and her parents teach ten essential signs in the context of a fun story, using repetition to encourage learning and to help break communication barriers between parents and preverbal children. Kathy MacMillan is a nationally certified American Sign Language interpreter, writer, teacher, librarian, and storyteller. Her debut young adult novel, Sword and Verse, was published by HarperCollins in January 2016.

Introduction

Baby sign language makes it easy to communicate with your child, and Nita makes it fun! Nita and her parents teach ten essential signs in the context of a fun story, using repetition to encourage learning and to help break communication barriers between parents and preverbal children.

Main Digest

Even better, each page slides open to reveal accurate instructions on how to make each sign. Tabs on the side of each page make it simple to locate every sign for later reference.

Words include:

Written by a nationally certified American Sign Language interpreter and teacher whose websites provide bonus tie-in resources, this book is the essential start to your baby's sign language collection!

Kathy MacMillan is a nationally certified American Sign Language interpreter, writer, teacher, librarian, and storyteller.

She is the author of nine books for parents, librarians, and educators, including Little Hands and Big Hands: Children and Adults Signing Together (Huron Street Press, 2013).

Her debut young adult novel, Sword and Verse, was published by HarperCollins in January 2016.

She has presented American Sign Language storytelling programs for children and families since 2002.

Familius is a family and parenting media publisher devoted to creating content that helps build strong values and happy families. As a digitally savvy, multi-media publisher, we share our family-driven content in multiple formats, including print, e-books, audio books, videos, articles and apps. Let's Talk Family.

Book Details

Title: Nita's First Signs
Author: Kathy MacMillan
Illustrator: Sara Brezzi
Publisher: Familius
Publication: June 15, 2018
Price: $14.99
ISBN: 9781945547676
12 pages
Board book includes tabbed pages that split open to reveal instructions for each sign

Available from bookstores and online booksellers.

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