Baby Signing Time Vol. 2: Here I Go 2005

Baby Signing Time Volume 2 sets your baby's day to music as you learn signs through song for everyday events - washing up, getting dressed, going places, getting ready for bed, and more.

Baby Signing Time Vol. 3: A New Day 2008

Baby Signing Time is a great first step into signing or add Baby Signing Time to your existing Signing Time collection for new songs and reinforcement of those beginning signs. Created specifically for babies as young as 3 months old up to 3 years, yet fun for the whole family! Features host Rachel Coleman, along with animated Baby Alex, Baby Leah, and Baby Hopkins. Baby Signing Time Vol. 3: A New Day sets your baby's day to music with signs for everyday things in your baby's world: nature, weather, following directions, and more.

Baby Signing Time Vol. 4: Let's Be Friends 2008

Baby Signing Time is a great first step into signing or add Baby Signing Time to your existing Signing Time collection for new songs and reinforcement of those beginning signs. Created specifically for babies as young as 3 months old up to 3 years, yet fun for the whole family! Features host Rachel Coleman, along with animated Baby Alex, Baby Leah, and Baby Hopkins. Baby Signing Time Vol. 4: Let's Be Friends sets your baby's day to music with signs for everyday things in your baby's world: friends, emotions, fruits & veggies, opposites, and more.

Signing Time! 2007

Signing Time! is a television program targeted towards children aged one through eight that teaches American Sign Language. It is filmed in the United States and was created by Emilie Brown and Rachel de Azevedo Coleman, who hosts the series. Between the years 2006 and 2008, it was aired by American Public Television in many cities across the US. Signing Time! is produced and distributed by Two Little Hands Productions, which is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Signing Time’s multi-sensory approach encourages learning through three senses — visual, auditory and kinesthetic — and reaches children with diverse learning styles and abilities by encouraging interaction through signing, singing, speaking and dancing. Throughout the series, Coleman, her daughter Leah, Leah's cousin Alex, and Hopkins, an animated frog, teach ASL vocabulary-building signs. The series teaches signs for common words, questions, phrases, movements, colors, sports, days of the week, everyday objects, and common activities. Currently, Signing Time! interstitial music videos can be seen on Nick Jr. As of October 4, 2010, public television stations were allowed to show the series for the next two years.