Peanut Butter

Video: Peanut Butter in Baby Sign Language

Signing: To sign peanut butter place the thumb of your dominant hand in front of your mouth and pull it out and down. Follow this motion with a spreading motion over your non-dominant hand using your middle and index fingers.

Peanut Butter in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Peanut Butter in Baby Sign Language

Usage: We use peanut butter when our toddlers are starting to taste a variety of foods. Practice this sign during snack time.

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

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2 Responses to “Peanut Butter”

  1. Adrienne Smith

    Hi. My son and I need to learn sign language as he is nonverbal but can hear and understand what he is told. Itbisnhardnfor him to communicate his needs. Where can we learn sign language? Class/course at a college? YouTube? Thanks

    ADMIN – Hi Adrianne,

    Your language therapist can point you to the best local resources.

  2. Mary Shah

    Related signs might be cracker, cheese, jelly. My granddaughter loves the goldfish crackers; also the cheese and peanut butter crackers. She’s not eating jelly yet, but it goes with peanut butter.
    Thanks for the free signs dictionary!!

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