17 Responses to “H Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Monte

    Hold me please.

    ADMIN – Hi Monte,

    To sign hold me cross your arms in front of your chest and finish the sign by pointing with the index toward your own chest.

  2. Tanvir Dattu

    My 17month old is learning signs at a rapid pace. Now at 25 words and increasing at one per day. We just taught her the sign for bear and the next sign we want to teach is honey. Could you please add it to the dictionary? Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi Tanvir,

    Honey is a spelled-out word. For our kids we replaced the spelled out word with the signs for sticky and sweet signed together.

  3. Courtney

    What is the sign for “home”?

    ADMIN – Hi Courtney,

    Please refer to the sign for house.

  4. ChaDonna

    Your missing some key body parts in sign language. I can’t find the word “head” anywhere.

    ADMIN – Hi ChaDonna,

    All anatomical terms can be signed by using your dominant hand to point to that part of the body.

  5. Malcolm

    What’s The sign for Have This Is sign for Have With the V Handshape out of from
    your upper chest other sign for has with an s handshape and had with the d handshape.

    we added version with have version pretty soon,

  6. Malcolm

    ADMIN Hello Malcolm

    Did You Sign For Happy Birthday this is one flat hand circle flat forward this is the
    middle finger tip of your chin

    we added sign happy birthday

  7. Crystal

    Will you please post the proper sign for heaven. My daughter has a brother in heaven. I have found several signs but I would like the most widely used one to teach her. Thanks so much.

    ADMIN – Hi Crystal,

    To sign heaven you can roll your hands together, and then open them up toward the sky.

  8. Kate

    What is the sign for home? I would like to be able to sign to my toddler that “We are going home”, but I can’t find the sign.

  9. Zechariah

    Help: Place your open right hand under the left “S” which is facing to the right; lift both hands together.

  10. nicole

    I’m looking for this sign, too. I think it might help ease some frustration for my 7 mo. Thanks!

  11. Mey Lau

    We will be posting the proper sign for help in a few days please keep checking

  12. Alena

    Hi, could you please tell me which is the proper sign for ‘help’. I do the sign language with my 5 months old daughter and she loves it. I think this sign will be very useful in the future. Thank you ;)

  13. Frances

    I would like to know the sign for HELP. All kids need help at times, other than whinning for help the sign for it would be better. Thank you Frances.

    ADMIN – Hi Frances,

    We have added the sign for help. Thanks for suggesting it.

  14. marilyn

    I am looking for a picture of “help me”

    ADMIN – Hi Marilyn,

    Thanks for your suggestion, we added help (me).

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