Baby Sign Language can help you to teach your baby or toddler manners before they can talk. They can sign please and thank you right from the start. Go to www.babysignlanguageonline.com/blog for other ideas/videos.
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Here is your sign of the day. Thank you! Manners are really important. We are always wanting our children to thank please and thank you. Actually we'll will make this a double sign of the day. Please, flat hand rubs on your chest, this is please and thank you comes down. Thank you is a directional sign by the way. It doesn't come all the way down to your belly. Alright, this one point toward the person that you are thanking. It's the directional sign, so it goes in the direction of which you mean it. So this is thank you over to that person, or thank you over to that person or thank you to you. So it goes forward to you. Alright, so I have seen a lot of people who make that mistake going down to their belly all the way down, okay, thank you directional should go towards the person that it's meant towards. Alright so please and thank you. That manners are really important for children to learn and it is something that we also wish they do have it a little bit more often and something we want them to do right from the get go, right from the beginning. So it is typically one of the first ten I'd say signs that a lot of people teach their babies, because they want them to say please when they want something and to say thank you once they have gotten it. So that they are already starting to instill those manners right off the bat. So please and thank you, that's your double manners sign of the day, have a good one.

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