Baby Sign Language Chart

Baby Sign Language Wall Chart
Baby Sign Language Chart (self-print version)

The printable baby sign language chart helps you learn the basic signs so that you can in turn teach your baby. The free baby sign language chart is made up of six separate sheets of paper that are each printed out and then taped together to make the final chart. Pin the chart to a wall or your refrigerator and before you know it you will be signing like a pro!

The wall chart is particularly useful as a reminder for caregivers or babysitters who may be seeing the signs for the first time or just need a reminder.

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baby sign language wall chart

The Wall Chart gives family members an easy way to learn baby sign language. It also helps babysitters, grandparents, and other caregivers understand baby’s signing when you are away.

  • 17 Basic Signsmommy, daddy, cat, grandmother, grandfather, dog, cat, more, all done, water, milk, diaper, bath, bed, car, ball, and book.
  • High Quality Construction – printed on thick stock with a glossy wipe clean finish.
  • Large Format – 24″ x 36″

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The Baby Sign Language Kits, bundle together everything you need to get started with signing in one box, at a steep discount. The premium kit includes: (1) Baby Sign Language DVDs & CDs, (2) Baby Sign Language Guide Book; (3) Baby Sign Language Dictionary: (4) Baby Sign Language Flash Cards; and (5) Baby Sign Language Wall Chart.

Signing Time DVDs: Learning Made Fun

Baby Sign Language DVDs teach your baby to sign while keeping them entertained. This Emmy Award nominated program, teaches all the basics in a fun musical format. Your baby will learn:

  • Food Signs – never miss when they are hungry, thirsty, want more or are all done
  • Utility Signs – skip tantrums and understand when they are too hot, too cold, or need a diaper change
  • Family Signs – greet grandma and grandpa

Reg. $94.99

Flash Cards: Expand Vocabulary

Flash Cards expand your baby’s signing vocabulary giving them more ways to communicate and express their creativity.

  • 52 Cards – add family, home, and animal signs
  • Illustrated – pictures on the front, the sign on the reserve
  • Durable – board mounted & includes a hard case for storage

Reg. $24.99

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Teaching Guide: Get Faster Results

Teaching Guide our best information on teaching Baby Sign Language. Topics covered include

  • Pepperberg Method – teach signs twice as fast
  • Phrases – combining signs to make simple phrases
  • Transition to Speech – transition to talking

Reg. $19.99

Signing Dictionary: 600 Signs at Your Fingertips

Signing Dictionary puts over 600 signs at your fingertips. Always have the right sign available to match your child’s interest.

  • 600 Signs – have the right sign available when you need it
  • Illustrated – each sign includes two diagrams with both starting and ending positions
  • Letters & Numbers – start counting and alphabet games

Reg. $19.99

Wall Chart: Reminder for Caregivers

Wall Chart provides a quick reminder of the basic signs. Let babysitters, grandparents, and other caregivers understand the signs.

  • 14 Signs – all the basic signs
  • Glossy Coating – wipe clean waterproof coating
  • 24″ x 36″ – large format poster

Reg. $24.99

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36 Responses to “Baby Sign Language Chart”

  1. Kerry Liliedahl

    My 30 year old is pregnant with my first grandchild and I am buying this set for her. I taught her signs when she was an infant – I remember her putting together the ‘more milk’ phrase and the ‘all done’ – she was verbal at 8 months but this helped immensely, way back when. I will be the nanny for the first nine months as she finishes law school – I am going to work on signing and Spanish simultaneously – I can’t wait! It worked wonders with her – I have to admit I probably got overwhelmed by the time I had three under the age of 5 and the two later ones didn’t get the attention they should have. I also had no ‘tools’ to work with, no flash cards, no guide, no nada…I was just figuring it out on my own. This will simplify that aspect immensely!

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  2. Pat

    Are these baby signs the same as ASL?

    ADMIN – Hi Pat,

    Yes, the baby sign language signs we use on this website are the American Sign Language (ASL) signs.

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  3. Ema

    Would this be useful for 10yo autistic boy? I give respite to the family of a little boy with autism. He is non-verbal. I do not know ASL but would love to learn some basic signs to help him communicate. Would this be a good start for both of us?

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  4. Kendra

    I knew I wanted to teach my daughter to sign when I was pregnant with her. We are finally starting it at 7 months (I’m a little late it seems) and I know she will enjoy it. She babbles to me constantly and I know she’s trying so hard to tell me things and I just don’t understand. My daughter is already very bright and I think she will take off with this. This site seems great and I’m so glad I stumbled upon it.

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  5. amy

    Hi, my 3yo boy was diagnosed with speech delay. The therapist suggested using sign language to communicate. He hears and can understand and react or follow directions but when it comes to us understanding him, that’s when the problems arise.
    Is it too late to start signing with him.?

    ADMIN:
    Hi Amy!
    It is never too late. Many moms experiencing speech delays and other cognitive differences have taken advantage of the free resources available in our website to get started with signing. You may want to introduce signs via flashcards and play and select signs that match the interests of your toddler.

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