Q to T Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

Q R S T
Queen Rabbit Sad Table
Quick Racoon Salad Take Turns
Quiet Radio Same Talk
Quilt Rain Sandwich Tall
Rainbow School Taste
Rat Scissors Taxi
Rattle Seal Teacher
Read See Television
Ready Shampoo Tell
Rectangle Share Tent
Recycle Shark Thank You
Red Sharp Thanksgiving
Refrigerator Sheep Thick
Reptile Shirt Thin
Restaurant Short Thirsty
Rice Show Throw Away
Ride Shower Thunder
Ring Shirt Ticket
River Shoes Tie
Rock Short Tiger
Roof Show Time
Rope Shower Tired
Run Shrimp Tissue
Shy Toast
Sick Together
Sign Toilet
Sing Tomato
Sink Tools
Sister Toothbrush
Sit Toothpaste
Skate Touch
Ski Towel
Skinny Toy
Skunk Trade
Sky Train
Sled Travel
Sleep Tree
Slide Triplet
Slow Truck
Smart Try
Smell Turkey
Smile Turtle
Snack Twin
Snake
Sneeze
Snow
Soap
Socks
Sofa
Sorry
Soup
Sour
Spell
Spider
Spill
Sponge
Spoon
Square
Squirrel
Stairs
Stand
Stars
Start
Stick
Sticky
Stinky
Stop
Store
Strawberry
Street
Stroller
Strong
Sugar
Sun
Supermarket
Surprise
Sweater
Sweep

 

Baby Sign Language Kit

Learn More

(Learn how our kits make signing easier and more fun)

15 Responses to “Q to T Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Zoesl

    Hi – you have a video for tomato but have not put a link to it on this page. Thanks.

    ADMIN – Hi Zoesi,

    He have added Tomato.

  2. Sherry H.

    Any chance you’d record yourself signing the theme song to Sesame Street? It would be an Internet first! I was shocked to find zero results on YouTube, or even just a Google search. My fingers are crossed! My 18 month old loves signing! I’ve signed (what little bit I know) since he was only a few months old. I learned the ASL ABC song, and he. Just. Loves. It! My fingers are crossed!

  3. Casey

    Is there a sign for smoothie? We would use it every day! :-)

    Admin – Hi Casey,

    We sign smoothie by combining the sign for blending with the sign for each fruit. To sign blend circle index of your dominant hand pointing up inside a semi circle made with your thumb and index of non dominant hand.

  4. Jessica

    How about triangle? I see circle, square, and rectangle. But not triangle. Thanks! We love this site!

    ADMIN – Hi Jessica,

    Start with both index fingers pointing forward and meeting together as in the top of a triangle. Pull the fingers down as in drawing the sides of a triangle and then close your triangle by having both index fingers meet in the center of the bottom of your triangle.

  5. Arianne Butler

    Hi. I’m using this web sight from the UK as we have nothing like this via BSL. I think this sight is amazing and has given me so much to work with with my 2yr old so who lacks the ability to say very few recognisable words.

    Could you please tell me how to sign

    Satsuma
    Cucumber

    Many thanks

    ADMIN – Hi Arianne,

    The sign for cucumber is available inside the free baby sign language printable in our gardening spring activity. As for Satsuma we use the sign for letter S combined with the sign for orange

  6. Ely

    What’s are the baby signs for today and tomorrow?

    ADMIN – Hi Ely,

    Babies don’t generally embrace the concept of today and tomorrow but the signs are as follows:

    Today: made by placing both of your hands in front of you in “Y” handshapes. Each hand should be pointing upward. Sharply drop both of your hands a short distance. Bounce it twice.
    Tomorrow: close your dominant hand into a fist with the thumb pointing out, raise your hand to your cheek and do a half circle around your cheek.

  7. Julia H

    Do you have a sign for “stool”, as in step stool? My daughter can’t say “stool” well at all, but she always wants me to get her’s down so she can “help” (which she says in sign language very well).

    Thanks for making this dictionary of signs available to us, we REALLY enjoy using sign for all the words hard-to-say, and it impresses lots of people when we’re out and about :)

    ADMIN – Hi Julia H,

    You are quite welcome, we currently don’t have a sign for step stool but as we continue to build the website we will certainly take your suggestion into account.

  8. GG

    Do you have a flashcard/sign for verb roll (as in roll it up)? Want to use for a lesson plan, and can’t find it! Thanks

    ADMIN – HI GG,

    The baby sign for roll is achieved by pointing both index fingers toward each other while keeping all other fingers closed and making circles one hand goes clockwise and the other goes counterclockwise. It looks like you are rolling yarn

  9. Nicole

    I have been enjoying the site. My oldest son and I sit together and learn new signs to teach my 6 month old. Do you know if there is a sign for santa and christmas. My oldest son is wanting so badly to teach his baby brother that santa is coming.
    Thanks

    ADMIN – HI Nicole,

    Check out our collection of Christmas signs.

  10. jennifer walker

    Im looking for the word roll. He goes to a gymnastics class & learning forward rolls. I would love to sign this to my Lo. In class they are teaching a sign for roll that looks like come here. I dont wanna confuse my baby. So ate the signs just similar? Please help. Im one confused momma. Thx :)

  11. Lisa Langley

    Do you have a sign for spider?

    ADMIN – Hi Lisa,

    We have added the sign for spider above.

  12. Apryl Conway

    What about the sign for tomatoes? i have been working a garden and would love to be able to sign some veggies! Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi Apryl,

    The sign for tomato is linked above.

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)