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The Parents’ Guide to Baby Signs: Early Communication with Your Infant

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NOTES

4. Acredolo and Goodwyn, “Long-Term Impact.”

5. Marilyn Daniels, “The Effects of Sign Language on Hearing Children’s Language Development,” Communication Education 43 (1994): 291–298; Daniels, “Seeing Language: The Effect over Time of Sign Language on Vocabulary Development in Early Childhood Education,” Child Study Journal 26 (1996): 193–208.

6. Grabmieir, “Infants Use Sign Language.”

7. Joseph Garcia, Sign with Your Baby (Seattle: Northlight Communications, 2003).

8. Sharon Gretz, “Using Sign Language with Children Who Have Apraxia of Speech,” http://www.apraxia-kids.org/site/c.chKMI0PIIsE/b.980831/apps/s/content.asp?ct=464165; Claire Donovan, “Teaching Sign Language,” Disability Solutions 2, no. 5 (1998): 1, 3–8; Larry D. Sensenig, Edward J. Mazeika, and Bridget Topf, “Sign Language Facilitation of Reading with Students Classified as Trainable Mentally Handicapped,” Education and Training in Mental Retardation 24 (1989): 121–125.

9. Donna L. Wong, Whaley & Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing, 5th ed. (St. Louis: Mosby, 1997).

10. Garcia, Sign with Your Baby.


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