Thrifty and Frugal Living: BabyFirst "I Can Sign" DVD Giveaway

Saturday, January 26, 2013

BabyFirst "I Can Sign" DVD Giveaway


The BabyFirst DVD, “I Can Sign,” helps parents teach their babies how to use sign language. BabyFirst is the #1 cable and satellite destination targeting babies, toddlers and moms.

“I Can Sign” is just one of the many educational shows you’ll find on BabyFirst – and it’s certainly a helpful one! A huge benefit of using sign language with a baby is that it gives the baby the ability to express important needs. Learning to verbalize is much more difficult, as it involves learning where to place the tongue, forming the lips correctly and controlling the vocal chords. When a baby can express needs by signing, frustration is alleviated which results in fewer tantrums and less crying!

More About BabyFirst:
Since its launch in 2006, BabyFirst has steadily grown to become the country’s largest television vehicle targeting babies, toddlers and their moms.  The fastest-growing channel in 2012, BabyFirst now reaches 35 million homes as a new programming staple on Comcast systems nationwide, in addition to serving as an important part of the family tiers for both DIRECTV and Dish Network. The channel is projected to exceed 50 million homes by mid-2013. For more information on the channel, visit www.babyfirsttv.com.

GIVEAWAY

One lucky reader will win a BabyFirst "I Can Sign" DVD

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Disclaimer: I received nothing personally in exchange for this post. One of my readers will receive the mentioned prize. I was not compensated in any other way. The content of this post was provided by the PR representative I am hosting this giveaway for.  

3 comments:

Kat @ S and F said...

Cool concept!...I'm still a DINK though ;)

Barbara Kelley said...

i can't wait to try the almond cherry

faboosh said...

I like the games on the baby first site