We are beaming with excitement and happy to announce that we have teamed up with Wits University and the Awethu Project to launched the first set of South African Signs for babies.
Learning to sign to your baby can help you communicate from early days which help with increasing IQ, EQ and Tantrums.
The ability to sign basic words could prove helpful in boosting communication and providing a “bridge to the spoken word.”
Infants who learn baby sign language also are thought to gain psychological benefits, such as improved confidence and self-esteem. Feelings of anger due to an inability to communicate may not occur as often. Having the ability to sign could be a lifesaver when a child is too distraught to speak clearly.
Parents say that signing is rewarding and aids bonding because of the need to make more eye-to-eye and tactile