Video: Cracker in Baby Sign Language

Signing: Cracker is signed by making your dominant hand into a fist and tapping it against your non-dominant elbow. You can remember the sign, because it looks like your are cracking a nut between your elbow and your fist.

Cracker in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Cracker in Baby Sign Language

Usage: Cracker is a favorite food for many babies. Teaching the sign will help them let you know when they are hungry, and what they feel like eating. (Instead of you guessing and watching the mistaken guesses flung across the room).

Cracker Flash Card Thumbnail

Flash Card: Click the link to view the Cracker Baby Sign Language Flash Card. The flash cards are printable and available in both U.S. Letter and A4 sizes.

Related Signs:

Snack, Popcorn, Cookie

2 Responses to “Cracker”

  1. Mike

    I’m not deaf but I have 2 comments. 1 reply to Rachel and 1 general note.
    Rachel, I think most people would finger spell graham but if it’s a very common thing for you and your child, you could do a letter substitute sign. Like signing cracker but instead of a full fist, use a “g”.
    The general comment I wanted to share is because the comment that many babies love crackers. They love them because they are extremely high in simple carbohydrates. Something similar to sugar, which modern science has proven that increased amounts of added sugars and simple carbs increases risk for diabetes and obesity. And the earlier we give this type of food to our babies, the more addicted they become to sugary sweet foods and drinks. Hope this informs at least one person.

  2. Rachel

    My baby loves her crackers! It’s a sign she does a lot. We just started giving her graham crackers too, so I was wondering if you had a suggestion to differentiate between the two. Thank you! :-)

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