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Baby signing is the use of signs which have been adapted from a sign language, and it has become increasingly popular over the past decade. It is different to British Sign Language (BSL) and other sign languages across the world, as it uses signs to support speaking, rather than replacing spoken language completely.Sign languages are, as their name suggests, โ€˜languagesโ€™ which have their own grammatical systems and rules. In baby signing, we are simply teaching key vocabulary which will be useful in helping children to communicate in the early years while their verbal communication is still developing.In this article, we'll cover the three most popular questions and concerns we hear from parents and carers who are considering signing with their babies and toddlers.
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