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Baby sign websites

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Bumperlicious Thu 17-Jul-08 11:03:54

Can anyone point me in the direction of any good baby sign websites? I keep getting books out of the library and end up taking them back late, costing me a fortune in late fees, might as well use bloody Waterstones! What I need is a website where I can look up signs. Anyone know of any?

Lionstar Thu 17-Jul-08 21:31:23

This is a BSL one which is brilliant, you have to register, but it is free. A little fiddly to navigate, but all the signs you might need.

Another BSL one, use the alphabet links across the top to find words

This is an american one, so based on ASL

wrinklytum Thu 17-Jul-08 21:34:18

I think if you Google "Makaton" and "Sing and sign" you may come across something helpful.Also c-Beebies "Something special" programme does signing,aimed at young children.

wrinklytum Thu 17-Jul-08 21:36:11

Ooh yes,and you can print some off the c-beebies website if you go to c-beebies and then omething special.I have printed and laminated loads for dd's room.(She has sn and is communicating using Makaton to help)

Bumperlicious Fri 18-Jul-08 09:24:50

Thanks, I'll check all those out. I tried googling but couldn't really find anything.

Thanks for your help!

moondog Fri 18-Jul-08 09:27:45

Sing & Sign is an excellent website. I recommend you buy their dvds. it's easier to follow than in a book.

I am also a salt with my own baby signing company (not S&S though).

SazzlesA Fri 18-Jul-08 09:39:10

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