5 Responses to “E Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Sara

    Hi…

    Ummm…what is the sign for “everything”?

    Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi Sara,

    The simplified sign for “all” or everything is done by having both palms extended with fingers together in front of you with palms facing toward you. Hit your dominant hand against your non-dominant and make a circle around it. It looks like you are rolling a piece of toilet paper around your extended hand.

  2. benedek

    I am trying to teach my 11 month old sign language. she is a screamer when she can’t communicate

    ADMIN – Hi Erin,

    Baby sign language is great for easing that kind of frustration. When she has another outlet to communicate, you will notice a big drop in tantrums.

  3. Susannah

    Hi there! I love your site and have been using the short videos to teach my son sign. I was wondering, do you have a sign for “empty”? Thanks much!!

  4. Chanda

    Do you have a sign for “eat”?

    ADMIN – Hi Chanda,

    We have added eat, to the dictionary. Thanks for making the suggestion.

  5. Erin

    I am trying to teach my 11 month old sign language. she is a screamer when she can’t communicate

    ADMIN – Hi Erin,

    Baby sign language is great for easing that kind of frustration. When she has another outlet to communicate, you will notice a big drop in tantrums.

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