According to researchers in Australia, both deaf and hearing children learn sign language the same way they would learn any other language. If adults and the people around them use it frequently to communicate, they can pick it up naturally. They learned that from ages as young as six months, children start making signs in imitation of the signing they see around them.
My niece began some simple signs at 8 months old.
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