Take your friends Alex, Leah, Hopkins, and Rachel with you wherever you go! This package includes Baby Signing Time flash card sets: Vol. 1-4.

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    Beautiful full-color photographs of Rachel signing each word, colorful illustrations, and simple sign descriptions will keep you and your little one entertained as you continue to build your ASL vocabulary and develop word recognition through this easy-to-use format. Cards come with a pre-drilled hole and a plastic yellow D-ring for easy carrying.

    The heavy duty, non-toxic plastic clip is great for clipping the cards to the diaper bag so you can use them anywhere: in the car, in line at the grocery store, or for easy reference for the babysitter or daycare provider. Cards will also fit in any standard 4x6 photo album (not included) for easy reference. Also included are fun card game ideas! 100 cards total. Printed on thick 4"x 6" UV coated card stock. Includes 4 non-toxic plastic D-ring clip (one per set). NOTE: Flash cards are intended for use only with close adult supervision. They are not toys.

    ASL signs taught in Baby Signing Time Volume 1:
    Eat - Drink - Cracker - Water - Cereal - Milk - Banana - Juice - All done - Mom - Grandma - Dad - Grandpa - Diaper - Potty - More - Bird - Fish - Cat - Dog - Horse - Frog - Hurt - Where - Baby.

    ASL signs taught in Baby Signing Time Volume 2:
    Shoes - Socks - Hat - Coat - Please - Thank You - Sorry - Car - Train - Bus - Bike - Airplane - Boat - Ball - Doll - Bear - Wash Hands - Soap - Sleep - Pajamas - Brush Teeth - Book - Blanket.

    ASL signs taught in this Baby Signing Time Volume 3:
    New - Day - Outside - Wind - Rain - Snow - Sun - Could - Sky - Tree - Grass - Flower - Leaf - Stop - Wait - Again - Go - Bug - Up - Down - Star - Moon - Good - Night.

    ASL signs taught in Baby Signing Time Volume 4:
    Friend - Play - Share - Nice - Feel - Happy - Laugh - Sad - Cry - Hot - Cold - Yes - No - Me - You - Dirty - Clean - Apple - Pear - Carrot - Peach - Juice - Bubbles - Balloon - Telephone - Music - Game.

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:
    Las Vegas, NV

    Good product at a good price

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    <p>Got this product when my baby was 3 mo old. Started signing to him immediately. I thought he was interested but now at 9 mo he is starting to sign "water" & "more".</p><p>There are a lot of cards so I suggest narrowing down to the most used ones, approx 10-15 to start, like more, water, milk, mom, dad, eat...etc. </p><p>I also suggest not being too strict on the execution of the sign, babies are not as dexterous so whatever similar hand gesture that seems to work best for them is fine. </p><p>There are a few words I wish were included, like poop lol, i love you, good job (thumbs up), burp...but it is easy enough to look them up and add them in verbally with similar flash cards. Example: I add the poop sign to the diaper flash card. </p><p>The price is amazing for the number of cards you get and the cards are a good quality & thickness. </p><p>I really love these and am happy I purchased them.</p>

    Illinois

    Baby Shower Gift

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    <p>We received these flash cards, (as well as the books and DVDs for baby signing time) as a baby shower gift over a year ago. My daughter loves all the Baby Signing Time, (and regular signing time, thanks to Netflix) shows, but she loves love loves these flash cards. I never would have thought. She normally brings books to me or my husband to read (she is now 1 year old), but she will also bring these flash cards, and just sit on our lap and go over the cards. Recently she began signing (or saying) the ones she knows and still loves to bring them to us and have us go over them again and again. The only slightly negative is that, while they are durable, she has ripped cards off the loop, and definitely bend some. But none are completely destroyed. To me this is typical 1 year old wear and tear (especially since she has free reign to play/ review them at will, which she does on her own too). I was pleasantly surprised at how much she loves using these flash cards. We are now going to buy some of the normal ST flash cards as well!</p>