13 Responses to “M Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Xoxo

    Hey, thanks for this – been using it with my 3 kids and find it great!!! Still a “missing” sign : massage – could you please help? Thanks so much

    ADMIN – Hi Dana,

    We are unlikely to make a flashcard for massage as it is not relevant to the life experiences of little ones

  2. Chey

    How do you say Merry Christmas?

    ADMIN – Hi Chey,

    To sign Merry Christmas you can combine the sign for Christmas with the sign for happy.

  3. Shannon Atkinson

    What is the sign for “my”, as in “my turn”?

    ADMIN – Hi Shannon,

    To sign mine you simply touch your chest with your dominant hand while having fingers together and palm flat

  4. Megan

    Could you add the sign for Mickey Mouse? Lots of children watch Mickey and I think it would be useful to know the sign. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Megan,

    Proper nouns are finger-spelled.

  5. Sandra

    Looking for the sign for ‘muffin’…. In addition to being a tasty snack, it’s also our LO’s nickname… Anyone know it?

    ADMIN – Hi Sandra,

    Muffin is generally finger-spelled.

  6. Sara

    Hi…can you all please put the sign for “mosquito” in here? :-)

    I do know it…but I think those out there who don’t know should see it :-)

    ADMIN – Hi Sara,

    We have added your request to the queue. Mosquito is not a popular sign for babies so it will be a while before I load it.

  7. Ashleigh Morris

    How do you say Merry for Merry Christmas? I know how to say Christmas but haven’t found Merry

    ADMIN – Hi Ashleigh,

    To say Merry you use the same sign as happy.

  8. Kristen Gibson

    What is the sign for markers? We are coloring with markers

    ADMIN – Hi Kristen,

    The sign for markers is finger-spelled. For that reason I prefer to use the sign for pen combined with the sign for color. Both signs are available in our video dictionary.

  9. Morgan

    Hello, what is the sign for Mango?.. cheers!

    ADMIN – Hi Morgan,

    To do the baby sign for Mango: Extend three middle fingers together from fist, in front of chin, palm downwards. Rotate hand at wrist so that palm faces chin, then back to start position.

  10. Alaina Beaudette

    I know this one may be a bit more difficult, but what is the sign for meerkat?

  11. Jacque

    What is the sign for “mouth”? Thanks!!

    ADMIN – Hi Jacque,

    To do the baby sign language sign for mouth raise your right hand to your mouth and pointing with your index make a circle around your mouth.

  12. savanna

    We would like to know the sign for more please?

    ADMIN – Hi Savanna,

    We have added the sign for more. Appreciate the suggestion.

  13. marilyn

    I am using sign language in our childcare center. thanks so much for your website. it really helps us.

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