Learn to use American Sign Language for early communication and long-term learning with hearing infants or toddlers. Through play, activities, songs, and games, you and your child will be given the tools to communicate months earlier and with a broader, more extensive vocabulary than with spoken words alone.
In each workshop, the students will learn 30-40 signs, the signs to a related and familiar song for each topic covered, and will play a game to reinforce the signs they just learned.
Especially recommended for parents with infants approaching 6 months through the middle of the 2nd year. Many parents find the content useful until their child reaches spoken language fluency, which is typically 2.5 years or older.
The Tiny Fingers program was developed by Eileen Ladino, a sign language interpreter and certified teacher of deaf and hearing children with over 15 years of teaching experience.