8 Responses to “C Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Jess

    Is there a simple sign for chips? More specifically veggie straws? We’ve been using cracker because we store them next to each other but it would be easier if we could differentiate since he uses cracker for actual crackers too. Thanks so much!

    ADMIN – Hi Jess,

    How about a combo sign for carrot and cracker that way it represents veggies.

  2. Athena

    I see you have the sign for open is there an opposite for when saying “close” something?

    ADMIN – Hi Athena,

    The sign for closed is done by placing your hands in front of you with palms toward the other person and closing your palms into a clap-like position.

  3. Jane

    Oone more.. baby carrier or wrap, please?

    ADMIN – Hi Jane,

    Baby carrier is usually finger-spelled but a friend of mine combines the sign for blanket plus the sign for kangaroo. Both signs are available in our online dictionary.

  4. Julie

    Hi, my son and I both love this site. Thank you for the time you put into it.

    What is the sign for climb? I’d like to use this one while we’re at the playground.

    ADMIN – Hi Julie,

    Just mimic the motion of climbing a rock wall with your arms starting with dominant hand first and grabbing apple-sized rocks.

  5. Fannette

    We are a French family and love eating croissants 🥐 for breakfast on Sunday! What is the sign for it? Thanks a lot

    ADMIN – Hi Fanette,

    To sign croissant make a moon shaped motion using both hands as if in drawing a croissant on a plate that is in front of you. The motion begins at the center of the croissant and it ends at the tips.

  6. Amanda

    How about cracker or cookie?

    ADMIN – Hi Amanada,

    We have added both these important snack signs. Thanks for suggesting them.


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