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    Teach your baby to communicate BEFORE speech with our award winning music programme.

    Sing and Sign is a programme of songs and rhymes teaching simple gestures derived from sign language, which you can use to enhance communication with your baby. It’s a method known widely as baby signing. Babies typically go through a very gestural stage between 9 and 18 months and Sing and Sign will show you some extra and more specific gestures to make this natural form of communication even more rewarding and beneficial for you and your child. Encouraging your baby with signs such as milk, more, change nappy or tired can make a significant difference in your baby’s ability to communicate. You can lessen frustration, enrich language learning and have a lot of fun with it too. Take a look at our Facebook page

    Babies signing

    Each week we highlight a group of themed signs which can be reinforced at home and over a 10 week course you could learn over 100 signs relating to your baby's world! We sing about mealtime, bedtime, bath time and other things that often interest little children like animals, vehicles and the park! We all know that nursery rhymes and action songs are great fun, but musical activities can also stimulate your baby's language development, memory and attention skills. Baby's love routine, which is why each class follows a winning format that your baby will become familiar with. It is so lovely to see them clapping and giggling with delight as they anticipate what is coming next! Sing and Sign is great fun and we are sure that you will agree!

    Stage 1 is for babies approximately 6 - 16 months at the Dunblane Centre - Thursdays 10.15am and Saturdays 10.00am

    Stage 2 is for babies approximately 16 - 24 months at the Dunblane Centre - Saturdays 9.00am

    10 week block of classes are £60 and run during term time.

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