Video: Purple in Baby Sign Language

Signing: To sign purple, make the p sign (a fist, extending the thumb and the middle finger, with the index finger extended and bent down ninety degrees). Take your P sign and shake it around in front and to the side of your body.

Color signs are easy to remember because they are often the sign for the letter shaken slightly in front and to the side of your body.

Purple in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Purple in Baby Sign Language

Usage: You can teach the colors with more advanced signers by making a series of solid color flash cards and going through while demonstrating the sign.

Purple Flash Card Thumbnail

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

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One Response to “Purple”

  1. DELBERT Caldwell

    can u send some asl cards games to give my kids needs to learn som asl so it will make them afun what do u think casue we are deaf parent as mostly my kids are hearing so i needs them to use asl for my commuication so if we do learns to use cards games every days god bless my address is 3000 liberty rd columiba ky 42728 thanks

    ADMIN – Hi Delbert,

    The baby sign language program might not be the best match for your needs. It is best to directly introduce your child to ASL if that is what they will be using as their main source of communication.


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