Video: Circle in Baby Sign Language

Signing: Start with your index finger of your non-dominant hand pointing forward in front of your body. Then take your dominant hand index finger and make a circle, starting and ending at the stationary index finger of the non-dominant hand.

Circle in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Circle in Baby Sign Language

Usage: Shapes like circle, square, and triangle are good intermediate signs. Introduce a few shapes at the same time, the contrast between the shapes help to teach baby the concept more easily.

Circle Flash Card Thumbnail

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

Related Signs: Square, Rectangle, Triangle

3 Responses to “Circle”

  1. Bree Sproule


    I love this website, I have been using this for our preschoolers for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. We are learning shapes at the moment, I am looking sign for triangle but there isn’t any… I was wondering do you might have it somewhere or able to make one for triangle? Let me know, thank you.


    ADMIN – Hi Bree,

    At the moment we don’t have the sign for triangle available. We are hoping to have a mini kit available in the next year with shapes and other concepts available for sale.

  2. Kathryn Miller

    I need the sign for triangle.

    ADMIN – Hi Kathryn,

    Please feel free to contact me if you wish to sponsor the creation of a new flash card. They are available at a nominal cost.

  3. Nathalie

    Please please please send me any new flashcards you put online. I love your system and I love your cartoon diagram of how to sigh. These signs are really helpful in my multi-lingual class especially for the students that don’t speak English very well!

    Thanks for being a life saver!

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)