M to P Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

M N O P
Mad Naked Ocean Pacifier
Magazine Nanny Octopus Paint
Magic Napkin Off Pajamas
Magician Near Office Pancakes
Magnet Necklace Okay Panda
Make Necktie Old Pants
Man Nephew Olympics Park
Many Nervous On Party
Mask Neighborhood Onion Pasta
Meat New Open Peach
Medicine Nice Orange Peanut Butter
Melon Night Out Pear
Messy Nightmare Outside Peas
Microwave No Oven Pee
Milk Noise Over Pen
Mirror None Owl Pencil
Mittens Nose Phone
Mommy Now Photograph
Money Number Piano
Monkey Nurse Pickle
Monster Nuts Picnic
Moon Picture
Moose Pig
More Pillow
Motorcycle Pineapple
Mouse Pink
Movie Pizza
Mushroom Plant
Music Plate
 Mustache Play
Playground
Please
Plug
Pocket
Police
Poop
Popcorn
Pot
Potato
Potty
President
Pretzel
Prince
Princess
Proud
Pull
Pumpkin
Puppet
Purple
Push
Puzzle
Parade
Peanut
Popsicle
Pray

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11 Responses to “M to P Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. L

    What is the sign for mustard? Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi L,

    Mustard is finger-spelled.

  2. Katie

    What is the sign for “mine”? We’re trying to teach our son alternatives to biting if he’s frustrated when a friend tries to take his toys!

    ADMIN – Hi Katie,

    Point to the object in question and touch your chest with flat palm and fingers together

  3. Jessica

    Is there a sign for polar bear? I saw that you add a descriptor for panda and wondered if there is a designated way to identify polar bear. We read a lot of books about animals and she loves learning to sign for each one. Thank you, this is always my first place for finding new signs to learn.

    ADMIN – Hi Jessica,

    I combine the sign for snow and the sign for bear.

  4. Laura

    Hi. Can you teach me the sign for painting, please?

    ADMIN – Hi Laura,

    Move your dominant hand up and down with palm extended as in painting a wall in front of you.

  5. Emma

    What is the sign for nursery? Is it similar to any other signs?

    ADMIN – Hi Emma,

    As in plant nursery, as in bedroom nursery?