Bubble Time for Baby Signs
by: Massive Mobile Media, LLC • 0
It's Bubbles Time! Come play with me.
Make and Pop bubbles with cute characters, practice the animal names and signs
Triple-Tap the screen to get the menu to appear, learn signs, join our mailing list to be alerted when new products launch, adjust setting and get help.
Bubble Time features the signs from our My Pet Signs and Getting Dressed books. Identify the signs and play a short video to learn them all.
About Baby Signs
Over two decades of research by Drs. Acredolo and Goodwyn, much of it funded by the National Institutes of Health, has shown that using the Baby Signs Program provides many benefits for children and their parents.
Using the Baby Signs Program . . .
- Reduces tears, tantrums and frustration
- Makes learning to talk easier
- Boosts self-esteem and self-confidence
- Stimulates intellectual development
- Strengthens the parent-child bond
Using the Baby Signs Program reduces tears, tantrums and frustration.
By the time babies are 9 to 10 months old, they are quite capable of knowing what it is they need or want. What they don't know is how to tell us with words-which leads directly to frustration for baby and parent alike. All this changes when a baby is able to use signs. With signs like "eat," "drink," "hot" and "cold," literally at their fingertips, babies can make their needs known quickly and quietly without becoming frustrated and resorting to tantrums and tears.
No wonder the answer we most frequently get from parents when we ask how using the Baby Signs Program has changed daily life is decreased frustration!
Some parents may worry that encouraging their child to use sign language might slow down learning to talk. Actually, the opposite is true! Drs. Acredolo and Goodwyn's federally funded research showed that using the Baby Signs Program actually helps babies learn to talk.
They found that 2-year-olds who had used baby sign language had significantly larger verbal vocabularies than their non-signing peers. And by the time they were three years old, the language skills of the babies who had used baby sign language were more like that of 4 years old.
Babies gain a lot of language knowledge when they are able to actively engage in communication with signs-knowledge that lays a good foundation for learning to talk. And, just as a child who learns to crawl is more, rather than less, motivated to learn to walk, so also a child who learns to sign is more, rather than less, motivated to learn to talk!
Visit our website for more and find Baby Signs CD's and our iBooks as well as more apps