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I Can Sign

Teaching babies as young as 12 months old how to use sign language enables them to effectively communicate their needs long before they can speak “proper” words. “I Can Sign” enables parents and babies to bond while learning sign language, and displays teachers verbally repeating a word while demonstrating the correlating sign. The segment also features pleasant music and lively visuals of children engaged in various activities relating to the featured words.

Program Schedule
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VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:59 AM
7:26 AM
Program Viewing Tips
  • As you sign, say the word repeatedly and ask your child to join in.
  • Hold your child’s hands and make signs together.
  • Show your toddler the actual item for which you are making the sign.
  • I Can Sign helps teach signs for simple words commonly used by babies and toddlers.
  • Research shows that babies who sign often
  • Signing is a way to enhance, not replace, spoken language.
  • You can begin teaching sign language to your child at just 9 or 10 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Learning new words
  • Initiating child-parent communication
  • Developing parent-child emotional relations