Thank You

Video: Thank You in Baby Sign Language

Signing: To sign thank you, extend your fingers and thumb. Touch you fingers to your chin and bring your fingers forward. It is almost like you are blowing a kiss out, to thank the person – but the sign is a bit lower.

Thank You in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Thank You in Baby Sign Language

Usage: The thank you sign is a great gentle introduction to manners. It is great to get older babies in the habit of saying thank you when given something. The thank you sign is also a great way to remind older kids to be polite when out in public without being overbearing or embarrassing them.

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

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4 Responses to “Thank You”

  1. Lindsey

    What is the difference between the signs for “thank you” and “good”?

    ADMIN – Hi Lindsey,

    The signing motion for good and thank you are the same. One small difference is that when you sign thank you, you sign it in the direction of the person you are thinking. Good is signed straight ahead.

  2. C Merrill

    Thank you for this great site. My granddaughter loves watching your signing. She has been saying milk and more since she was 9 months old. She really likes the eat sign. =)

  3. Cinthia Mesquita

    Thank you so much for this great website! The videos are so helpful! I’m looking forward to teaching my infant how to sign.

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