Lollipop is signed a bit like ice cream, so be careful not to get the two confused.
To sign lollipop, form your dominant hand into a modified ASL letter X sign, and starting a short distance above your mouth, move it down a little to below your chin, as if you were giving a lollipop a good lick.
Teach your toddler the lollipop sign when you give them this treat at home or when you are enjoying a weekend or summer's night at the carnival. However, as we know very well, all things sweet can be quite addictive to our little ones, so be sure to teach your toddler the signs for proper dental hygiene as well.
Teach your toddler this sign in conjunction with other snack and drink signs.