Friday, March 12, 2010

This Week's Signs: Bath and Ball

Every week I will be concentrating on two signs to teach Dashiell. I will share with you how I will teach the signs to him and integrate them into our lives.

This week's Signs will be "bath" and "book"

I will sign "bath" when we get in and out of the bath. I will sign the song from "Sign, Sing and Play!" by Monta Z. Briant.

Water, water in the tub
Bathtime, bathtime
Water, water in the tub
Baby's bathtime's here.
Wash the baby's nose
wash the baby's toes
Water, water in the tub
Baby's bathtime's here.

I will sign "book" when Dashiell picks up a book and when I sit down with him to read a book.

6 comments:

Chris said...

Very cool. I've also taught my babies to sign. My 19 month old has really started to use them regularly. My oldest boy had over 50 signs by age 2. It's a great way to enrich your communication with your children.

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Brandy said...

This is such a great idea! My son's 9 months and I've started teaching him "eat" and "more" I would love if you could find pictures of the signs your teaching so I could follow and teach those to my son. Just an idea!

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