Video: Pee in Baby Sign Language

Signing: The sign for pee (as in needing to urinate), is made by tapping the ASL sign for the letter P on your nose. It is as if you are discreetly asking baby if they need to go to the potty.

Sign the letter P by making your dominant hand into a fist with you pointer finger up and your middle finger at extended at a 90 degree angle. Then tap your middle finger on your nose.

Pee in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Pee in Baby Sign Language

Usage: starting to communicate with your baby about when they are about to pee and poop is an important first step to potty training. Begin by making the sign every time they pee, and gradually they will start making the sign every time they are starting to feel the need to pee.

Pee Flash Card Thumbnail

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

Related Signs: poop, potty

One Response to “Pee”

  1. Doreatha martin

    Looking to learn more about toddler sign language recently got my granddaughter a year-and-a-half ago and she’s running it and speech therapy cuz she cannot speak please if anybody can help me figure out how to get the cards or anything to help me with it books anything I would be grateful

    ADMIN – Hi Doreatha,

    The flash cards are available at our store for only $24.95


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