We already know babies can communicate with their hands before they can talk; they can wave; they can clap; they can point. They have the dexterity in their hands to formulate signs long before they have the muscle dexterity in their mouths to form words.
By teaching them sign language from an early age they will have a vocabulary to use, even if they’re not formulating words.
Join us for Family Time in your library this December when we will be hosting a wonderful Baby Sign Rhyme and Storytime in Roscrea library with Claire Glynn from Clever Little Handies. She will also read from her new book while she is here.
This Storytime is for parents with babies from newborn up.
This event takes place on Monday the 4th of December at 2:30pm and all are welcome!
Call Roscrea library on (0505)22032 for more information.