A to D Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

A B C D
Above Baby Cage Daddy
Adult Babysitter Cake Dance
Afraid Backpack Camera Dark
Again Bacon Candle Day
Airplane Bad Candy Deer
All Done Bag Car Dentist
All Gone Ball Cards Dessert
Alligator Balloon Careful Diaper
Ambulance Banana Cat Dining Room
Angry Bandage Caterpillar Dinner
Ant Basement Cereal Dinosaur
Animal Basket Chair Dirt
Apple Bath Change Doctor
Art Battery Cheese Dog
Aunt Be Careful Cherry Doll
 Avocado Beach Chicken Dolphin
 Angel Bean Child / Children Don’t
Bear Chocolate Don’t hit
Beautiful Circle Don’t Know
Bed Class Don’t Like
Bedroom Clothes Don’t Want
Bee Cloud Door
Behave Clown Doorbell
Bell Coat Down
Belt Cold Downstairs
Bib Color Drawer
Bicycle Come Dress
Big Computer Dress Up
Bin Cook Drink
Binkie Cookie Drop
Bird Corn Drum
Birthday Count Dry
Bite Cousin Duck
Black Cow  Dryer
Blanket Crab
Blocks Cracker
Blonde Crawl
Blue Cry
Blueberry Cup
Boat  Cupboard
Book Cut
Boots Cute
Bottle  Clean
Box  Cupcake
Boy  Chicken Nugget
Bread  Carrot
Breakfast
Breast Feed
Breast Milk
Broken
Brother
Brown
Bubbles
Bucket
Bug
Build
Bunny Rabbit
Bus
Busy
Butter
Butterfly
Button
Bye Bye
Brush Teeth
Bat

 

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47 Responses to “A to D Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Sam

    I’m teaching my son to pray. How do you show a Amen sign as I don’t see it on your dictionary?

    ADMIN: There are several versions to sign Amen but the easiest for little ones is this one: both hands open, palms facing each other with fingers upward; bring hands down and together until palms are touching.

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  2. megan Ramsey

    Can you add the sign for “clean up”?

    ADMIN,
    Both palms face each other one representing a floor and the other one representing a wipe, The dominant hand wipes the “floor” hand by rubbing it twice across the non-dominant which remains palm up at chest height.

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  3. Ignacia Castillo

    Hi I love your site my husband don’t talk nor hear so I learn the sign an am teaching my son

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  4. TAMMY

    I’m loving your website. How about a sign for “BLESS YOU” and “Hiccups” and “Burp”?

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  5. Beth

    Thank you for this wonderful site! Is there a sign for “bless you”? I say it whenever my daughter sneezes. Thank you!

    ADMIN:

    Hi Beth
    bless you in response to a sneeze is done by placing both hands closed into a fist and facing each other in front of the mouth. Lower the hands both at the same time while opening the fists into wide-fingered hands, The sign finishes at about waist-high with both hands open wide facing downward.

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