Level 1 Demo Class
I think it is a great way to communicate with your young child. We had a great time and I can't wait to sign up for a class!
This demo was amazing. I will definitely sign up for the class!
Very helpful in reducing a first time mother's frustration level.
Signing is such a useful tool to help parents and kids communicate. It helps to minimize meltdowns and makes a happy child. I will definitelty sign up for level 1!
A great environment to learn and let kids interact together. A great place to meet other moms.
This was a great reminder of how to incorporate signing into my kids' lives.
I will be doing a free demo class at Kidz n' Koffee on Aug.28 from 1:30 -2:30pm. While the store won't be open to the public, it will be open for the 10 participants to purchase yummy drinks and snacks! Email me
to register email@example.com - only a few spots left!!
Most sign language dictionaries describe how a sign looks for a right-handed signer. If you are left-handed, you would modify the instructions so the signs feel more comfortable to you. For example, to sign 'pea,' a left-handed signer would hold their right pointer finger in front oftheir body and tap with their left pointer finger.-Dawn Babb Prochovnic, "The Big Blue Bowl, Sign Language for Food" http://www.signingsavvy.com/sign/PEA/2061/1