Kathy MacMillan
Nita's First Signs
February 27, 2019 Comments.. 489
Nita s First Signs Baby sign language makes it easy to communicate with your child and Nita makes it fun Nita s First Signs teaches ten essential signs for every parent and child to know including eat hungry milk al

  • Title: Nita's First Signs
  • Author: Kathy MacMillan
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  • Page: 142
  • Format: Board book
  • Baby sign language makes it easy to communicate with your child, and Nita makes it fun Nita s First Signs teaches ten essential signs for every parent and child to know, including eat hungry, milk, all done, ball, play, love, please, and thank you A simple story about Nita and her parents teaches each sign in context, and repetition throughout each story makes the Baby sign language makes it easy to communicate with your child, and Nita makes it fun Nita s First Signs teaches ten essential signs for every parent and child to know, including eat hungry, milk, all done, ball, play, love, please, and thank you A simple story about Nita and her parents teaches each sign in context, and repetition throughout each story makes them easy to practice Even better, each page slides open to reveal accurate instructions on how to make each sign, plus tabs on the side of each page make it simple to locate every sign for later reference Baby sign language collections aren t complete without Nita Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBound Or buy for Board book, 12 pages Published March 2018 by Familius More Details Edition Language English Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Nitas First Signs, please sign up

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other too.The book is very bright and user friendly Each page has simple situations that occur between the baby, Nita, and her parents.The book has flaps that slide out of the thick, high quality board pages, that show you how to do the signs for a certain word or phrase.Sometimes in a page, you have to remember a sign you have already learned in a previous page, to sign the phrases completely and correctly It was a fun challenge to try to remember.This book is absolutely perfect to teach yourself and your baby how to sign common words, phrases, and manners, so that your baby can communicate with you even before she can talk flag 4 likesLike see review Jun 18, 2018 Cat Fithian rated it it was amazing Shelves deafness, asl, board book, manners, books for babies, books for toddlers, books for scott Thick cardboard pages, sturdy construction for moveable parts, simple signs, warm family interactions This would make a good read aloud or 1X1 sharing Excellent book flag 3 likesLike see review May 28, 2018 Kathy MacMillan rated it it was amazing Review from the author OK, so I m a little biased since I wrote this book But the thing with picture books is that the author only does so much and I am just as delighted as readers are by the beautiful illustrations and quality design that brought this book to life I couldn t be prouder of the final product and I hope readers will feel the same way flag 1 likeLike see review Sep 06, 2018 Dawn rated it it was amazing What a delightful addition to an early childhood collection The concept and format are unlike anything I ve seen before It s a board book that is made of high quality materials The sturdy tabs along the side of the book invite children and their grown ups to explore the book together The sliding windows on each page are fun to manipulate, and encourage child adult engagement in the reading experience Behind each sliding window the reader will find additional text and illustrations that de What a delightful addition to an early childhood collection The concept and format are unlike anything I ve seen before It s a board book that is made of high quality materials The sturdy tabs along the side of the book invite children and their grown ups to explore the book together The sliding windows on each page are fun to manipulate, and encourage child adult engagement in the reading experience Behind each sliding window the reader will find additional text and illustrations that describe and demonstrate how to make the ASL signs integrated into the book The color palette used for the illustrations seems to be saying, Dear child, let s share some special time together, just you and me This is a great new book that I look forward to recommending to the parents, educators, and librarians that attend my infant toddler sign language workshops I m happy to hear that there are books in this series on their way I m holding my five hands over my shoulders and wiggling them back and forth to say, Yay flag Like see review Sep 07, 2018 Becky rated it it was amazing Shelves 2018cybils, 2018goodrule new, 2018reviews, librarybook First sentence Nita is in her high chair eating crackers Nita likes crackers All done Daddy signs Eat , signs Nita.Premise plot This board book is designed to teach caregivers and their little ones ten signs that they can use to communicate with one another The ten signs included are all done, eat please, thank you, hungry, milk, ball, play, and love The board book has sliding pages which reveal the signs and give a description.My thoughts I enjoyed this one I did I m not First sentence Nita is in her high chair eating crackers Nita likes crackers All done Daddy signs Eat , signs Nita.Premise plot This board book is designed to teach caregivers and their little ones ten signs that they can use to communicate with one another The ten signs included are all done, eat please, thank you, hungry, milk, ball, play, and love The board book has sliding pages which reveal the signs and give a description.My thoughts I enjoyed this one I did I m not sure why Nita has blue hair but other than that I liked it just fine Parents can learn about American Sign Language by visiting the author s website There is a YouTube video of the author teaching these ten signs Text 4 out of 5Illustrations 3 out of 5Total 7 out of 10 flag Like see review Jul 26, 2018 Babies to Bookworms rated it it was amazing This innovative board book is a fun way to explore signs with kids The story follows Nita and her parents as they communicate with both words and signs Each sturdy tabbed page focuses on a new word in ASL, weaving it into the story and adding on to previously learned words The tabs pull out to reveal hidden instructions for performing the sign, making it easy for parents and kids to learn together We have been having so much fun with this book I love the heartwarming story, and my daughter This innovative board book is a fun way to explore signs with kids The story follows Nita and her parents as they communicate with both words and signs Each sturdy tabbed page focuses on a new word in ASL, weaving it into the story and adding on to previously learned words The tabs pull out to reveal hidden instructions for performing the sign, making it easy for parents and kids to learn together We have been having so much fun with this book I love the heartwarming story, and my daughter enjoys the brightly colored illustrations and fun pull tabs This book is a fun introduction to signing, and the sweet story about remembering your manners is one that all ages can relate to flag Like see review Aug 24, 2018 Sue Poduska rated it it was amazing I don t often give five stars, but this heart warming little board book deserves it Communication is never easy, but this may help Beautifully illustrated to assist the pre reader, the signs are clear and could spur both parents and children to learn flag Like see review Jul 07, 2018 Amanda rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves 2018, board books Liked the illustrations wasn t sure if I liked the flaps at first flag Like see review Dec 14, 2018 Buff rated it it was amazing Great board book that teaches kids and adults basic signs through a story flag Like see review Dec 26, 2018 Library Lady Terri rated it really liked it The format of this book is great to enable the reader to learn the signs being introduced flag Like see review Jun 25, 2018 Ruth Ann rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves board books, family, sign language Attractive board book with tabs and gliding sliding openings for explicit signs flag Like see review Melanie Hudson rated it really liked it Aug 30, 2018 Gianna rated it really liked it Sep 19, 2018 Stoney rated it it was amazing Nov 02, 2018 Saucedo Academy rated it really liked it Dec 21, 2018 Bethany rated it it was ok Jan 07, 2019 Andrea Hunter rated it really liked it Jul 12, 2018 Amy rated it it was amazing Jun 27, 2018 May 28, 2018 Kathy MacMillan rated it it was amazing Review from the author review of another edition Like Hannah Knight rated it it was amazing Sep 11, 2018 Alyssa rated it it was amazing Jan 25, 2019 Teresa rated it it was amazing Jul 03, 2018 Earl rated it really liked it Jul 10, 2018 Danielle rated it it was amazing Jun 23, 2018 Jen marked it as to read Mar 22, 2018 Felicia marked it as to read May 28, 2018 Cammy Koch marked it as to read Jun 12, 2018 Shimona Hirchberg marked it as to read Jun 15, 2018 Katie Brookins marked it as to read Jun 18, 2018 Katie added it Jun 23, 2018 Lily Tice marked it as to read Jun 29, 2018 Trey Veazey marked it as to read Jul 10, 2018 Caroline marked it as to read Jul 22, 2018 Jessica marked it as to read Jul 25, 2018 Olivia Simpson marked it as to read Jul 26, 2018 Eric Spreng marked it as to read Aug 05, 2018 Amanda added it Sep 01, 2018 Kate added it Sep 02, 2018 Muneera marked it as to read Oct 19, 2018 Ms Arca marked it as to read Dec 03, 2018 Hamel_girl marked it as to read Dec 28, 2018 Kellyanne marked it as to read Jan 10, 2019 Felicia marked it as to read May 28, 2018 Erin marked it as to read Jul 19, 2018 Crystal added it Jul 27, 2018 Jessica marked it as to read Oct 22, 2018 Becky added it Nov 13, 2018 new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Genres Childrens Picture Books 3 users Nonfiction 1 user Childrens 1 user See top shelves About Kathy MacMillan Kathy MacMillan 391 followers Kathy MacMillan is a writer, American Sign Language interpreter, librarian, signing storyteller, and avowed Hufflepuff Kathy is the founder of The Sweet Sixteens thesweet16s debut group of 2016 middle grade and young adult authors, and serves as co Regional Advisor for the Maryland Delaware West Virginia Region of the Society for Children s Book Writers and Illustrators She is a volunt Kathy MacMillan is a writer, American Sign Language interpreter, librarian, signing storyteller, and avowed Hufflepuff Kathy is the founder of The Sweet Sixteens thesweet16s debut group of 2016 middle grade and young adult authors, and serves as co Regional Advisor for the Maryland Delaware West Virginia Region of the Society for Children s Book Writers and Illustrators She is a volunteer director for Deaf Camps, Inc a nonprofit organization that provides camps for deaf children She lives near Balti, MD Books by Kathy MacMillan More Trivia About Nitas First Signs No trivia or quizzes yet Add some now renderRatingGraph 15, 8, 0, 1, 0 if rating_details rating_detailssert top rating_graph Company About us Careers Terms Privacy Help Work with us Authors Advertise Authors ads blog API Connect 2019 , Inc Mobile version

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    1. Mandy Al-Bjaly says:

      I wish my little girl was younger so I could really use this book on her, because it is fantastic It is called Nita s First Signs and is by Kathy MacMillan, with illustrations by Sara Brezzi.My husband and I read the book together, trying the signs It was fun We practiced on each other too.The book is very bright and user friendly Each page has simple situations that occur between the baby, Nita, and her parents.The book has flaps that slide out of the thick, high quality board pages, tha I wish [...]

    2. Cat Fithian says:

      Thick cardboard pages, sturdy construction for moveable parts, simple signs, warm family interactions This would make a good read aloud or 1X1 sharing Excellent book.

    3. Kathy MacMillan says:

      OK, so I m a little biased since I wrote this book But the thing with picture books is that the author only does so much and I am just as delighted as readers are by the beautiful illustrations and quality design that brought this book to life I couldn t be prouder of the final product and I hope readers will feel the same way

    4. Dawn says:

      What a delightful addition to an early childhood collection The concept and format are unlike anything I ve seen before It s a board book that is made of high quality materials The sturdy tabs along the side of the book invite children and their grown ups to explore the book together The sliding windows on each page are fun to manipulate, and encourage child adult engagement in the reading experience Behind each sliding window the reader will find additional text and illustrations that de What a [...]

    5. Becky says:

      First sentence Nita is in her high chair eating crackers Nita likes crackers All done Daddy signs Eat , signs Nita.Premise plot This board book is designed to teach caregivers and their little ones ten signs that they can use to communicate with one another The ten signs included are all done, eat, , please, thank you, hungry, milk, ball, play, and love The board book has sliding pages which reveal the signs and give a description.My thoughts I enjoyed this one I did I m not First sentence Nita [...]

    6. Babies to Bookworms says:

      This innovative board book is a fun way to explore signs with kids The story follows Nita and her parents as they communicate with both words and signs Each sturdy tabbed page focuses on a new word in ASL, weaving it into the story and adding on to previously learned words The tabs pull out to reveal hidden instructions for performing the sign, making it easy for parents and kids to learn together We have been having so much fun with this book I love the heartwarming story, and my daughter This [...]

    7. Sue Poduska says:

      I don t often give five stars, but this heart warming little board book deserves it Communication is never easy, but this may help Beautifully illustrated to assist the pre reader, the signs are clear and could spur both parents and children to learn .

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