Saturday, June 25, 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Pasadena Pottery Barn Kids
Pottery Barn Kids - 511 S. Lake Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101 (map)
Signing with Dr. Seuss books? Well not exactly, but you’ll be amazed how meaningful and enriching reading combined with signing can be. You’ll learn many ways you can practice sign language while reading your child’s favorite books. Since most kids like to read the same books over and over, it’s a perfect opportunity to use repetition in signing. Research shows that signing with books will help your child’s reading readiness, develop literacy skills, and enhance comprehension. Join us for a unique storytime where your child will be engaged both by stories and sign language.
by SignShine 9 years ago
Being an involved daddy means that you want to ensure the best for your baby, giving him or her the best start possible. It also means you want to help ease the pressure on your wife when all the stresses of motherhood pile up. Well, what if you could understand what your baby was thinking? ...
by Linda Crampton 8 years ago
How can we encourage children to read for pleasure?
by tbartle 8 years ago
For those with ebook readers: Did it replace physical books or just increase how much you read?There's all this talk about how there won't be physical books anymore and that everything is going digital. As a writer, I hope that's not true. I have an ebook reader and I found I just read more because...
by Akhil Anil 10 years ago
hi nanospeck - i've only been here 5 weeks my biggest problem is getting to know the internet - i read all these hubs on how to go about things, but I think iam just too dumb to understand them as the language confuses me. Anway I would be proud to be part of your circle of friends and look forward...
by Shil1978 8 years ago
How to Get Kids Interested in Reading Books?
by lrohner 9 years ago
What age should you start baby sign language? What age should you stop?
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