Library Storytime 

Once families learn how to use sign language for early communication through my classes, books, or videos, they often  realize they want to go further, continuing to add more vocabulary. To meet this need, in  2006 I started partnering with the city and county of San Diego to offer my Sign-a-Story Circle Time at local libraries.  I perform at several branches each week, year round.  During storytime,  I sign along with books and music,  also using toys, felt or other props for added visual interest.  
Note to parents:
 Storytime assumes attending families have already learned the basics of how to apply sign language with their child, so does not include "how to"  instruction of our comprehensive Baby Sign Language Basics class.

Interested libraries can book this program as a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly event. There is enough curriculum for 6 months of weekly programming without repetition. 
Each performance is 30 minutes and can accomodate any size group.

For libraries or other organizations wishing to host a more comprehensive baby signing education, I offer a Class/ Storytime Combo Series which combines a brief weekly lesson for parents followed by Sign-a-Story Circle Time.
Class/ Combo Series lasts consists of 8 weekly 45-minute events and can be done with any size group.

Libraries desiring to schedule an event please check the Event Calendar for a time that might work for your branch, then email info@babysignlanguagebasics.com to discuss scheduling. (I'm in the library performer data base)

Parents hoping to see this program at their local library should contact the librarian in charge of children's programming at their branch to express interest in the program and support their local Friends of the Library chapter and their library book sales,  which provide support for this type of programming.

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