Hear / Listen

Video: Hear in Baby Sign Language

Signing: Point at your ear with your index finger. Alternatively, you can cup your hand to your ear as if you are straining to hear.

Hear in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Hear in Baby Sign Language

Usage: Use the sign for hear to alert your baby that she should listen out for something interesting. “Do you hear that sound? I think that tweeting is a bird.”

Hear Flash Card Thumbnail

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

Related Signs:

Music, Piano, Guitar.

3 Responses to “Hear / Listen”

  1. Veronica

    Hi, how would I sign “loud”?

    ADMIN – Hi Veronica

    To do the sign for “loud” you point to your ear and then shake your fists back and forth.

  2. Sara

    Hi,

    Um, ummm…what’s the sign for “hearing aid”? Thanks! :-)

    ADMIN – Hi Sara,

    Hearing aid is a c moving forward on top of ear as if putting on a hearing aid.

  3. Nadine

    What about “here” as in location
    Or come here?

    ADMIN – Hi Nadine,

    To sign here simply point to your feet with the index of your dominant hand.

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