Research has shown that babies who live in households that use American Sign Language (ASL) learn to communicate earlier than those in talking households. Because so many early tantrums are expressions of the frustration of babies and toddlers who can't seem to get anyone to understand what they want, many hearing families have begun to use ASL to communicate with their pre-verbal children. One question I often hear from families using ASL with their pre-verbal children is "is there a sign for wearing, or up?" We've asked Tiffany, one of our VBEs, to help us show a few words that may be helpful for parents wanting to use ASL with their children. In this video, Tiffany will cover the signs for Up, Down, Front, Back, Wrap, and Sling.