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Baby sign language reduces frustration, accelerates verbal development and strengthens cognitive skills.  "Laura Berg - Toronto, Ontario"

The Benefits of Using American Sign Language 

Every parent knows that young children love movement and actions. When you sing songs and put actions to them, children always want to perform those actions. For example, when you see a child singing ‘The Itsy Bitsy Spider’ he or she automatically starts making the motions of moving the spider “up the spout” and having “the rain fall and wash the spider out”.Actions help children remember the words to the song because there is muscle memory involved.
more senses involved in learning; the greater memory retention the child will have.

Research has demonstrated repeatedly that children retain what they learn through fun, engaging activities that encourage the use of Gardner’s seven multiple intelligences:

1. Linguistic intelligence (sensitivity to meaning and order of words)

2. Logical-mathematical intelligence (mathematic and complex logic systems)

3. Music intelligence (music or rhymes).

4. Spatial intelligence (the ability to think in pictures) 5. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence (movement and doing).6. Interpersonal intelligence (with other people).

7. Intrapersonal intelligence (individual learning).


The use of American Sign Language (ASL) is a perfect way to supplement any  curriculum because it can be used with all of the multiple intelligences. In linguistic intelligence you always speak while making specific signs so children are being exposed to two different learning modes for one word.

With logic-mathematical, children can see a pattern of language and how it forms.

 Musical; you can add signs to common music or rhymes that the children already know. 

Bodily-kinesthetic; our hands are moving to make the signs so children can feel the words or letters.

In spatial learning, the child can see the sign being made. 

Interpersonal; the child can sign with a group, parent or teacher. 

And finally, with intrapersonal learning, the child can also sign when on his/her own when reading stories.

ASL is such a beautiful language and can greatly benefit all children


Early Childhood Development Day Care get benefit from the sing language on daily activities using it as a tool to master the learning. My student enjoy it a lot, love it and they are learning so much.





Laura Berg 

Toronto Canada

 Sign language for infants

 Sign language for toddlers

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