Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Toddler Interpreter Review & Giveaway

How many of us Mom's and Dad's out there want to know what there toddler is thinking or wanting? Many times I sit and watch Chandler and wonder what he is thinking about or we will be eating dinner and I will be like do you want more? Of course he just looks at me. ;-)

I have seen where you can teach a baby or toddler sign language, but not really thought about it much. I mean come on how do you teach a small one how to do sign language? I have found the book that you need to get, if they are interested in teaching your baby/toddler.

This book is
Toddler Interpreter®, don't worry it's not the type of book where you have to read and read before it all starts to come together. When I want to learn something I am like give me the info, lets get down to business. This book does just that!

When I got my book in the mail, I was so excited to read up and start this with Chandler. I was worried that he would be to young since he just turned a year old. Come to find out though, you can start as young as 6 months and as late as 30 months. It is truly amazing, we are still working on the first stage but I feel that he will be doing this in no time. The book consist of 5 stages total, and each stage has 12 new signs and you teach your child based on his or her age. This will work out great not only at home but as well as preschool. I highly recommend this book to all parents/grandparents out there that want to be able to talk to their little one.

Here is your chance to win a copy of Toddler Interpreter®.
All you need to do is leave a comment below on how you would use this giveaway. To have an extra entry in the contest subscribe to my blog.

Make sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. This contest will close September 2, 2009 at 11:59pm EST. I will announce the winner on September 3, 2009! The winners will be picked randomly.

Congratulations to comment #1 (Xenia) for being our random winner chosen from Random.org.


Xenia said...

I would love to give this a shot with my daughter, I had no idea you could start it so early. There are definitely times that she looks at me and I just wish I could understand what she was trying to say!

Linda K said...

I would first give it to my son's sister in law to use then get it back for when my son and his wife have a baby.

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Tia said...

I would use this with my daughter and then I would share it with my friend who just had a baby.