Q to T Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

Q R S T
Queen Rabbit Sad Table
Quick Racoon Salad Take Turns
Quiet Radio Same Talk
Quilt Rain Sandwich Tall
Rainbow School Taste
Rat Scissors Taxi
Rattle Seal Teacher
Read See Television
Ready Shampoo Tell
Rectangle Share Tent
Recycle Shark Thank You
Red Sharp Thanksgiving
Refrigerator Sheep Thick
Reptile Shirt Thin
Restaurant Short Thirsty
Rice  Swing Throw Away
Ride Thunder
Ring Ticket
River Shoes Tie
Rock Short Tiger
Roof Show Time
Rope Shower Tired
Run Shrimp Tissue
 Remote Control Shy Toast
Sick Together
Sign Toilet
Sing Tomato
Sink Tools
Sister Toothbrush
Sit Toothpaste
Skate Touch
Ski Towel
Skinny Toy
Skunk Trade
Sky Train
Sled Travel
Sleep Tree
Slide Triplet
Slow Truck
Smart Try
Smell Turkey
Smile Turtle
Snack Twin
Snake  Teeth
Sneeze Tractor 
Snow
Soap
Socks
Sofa
Sorry
Soup
Sour
Spell
Spider
Spill
Sponge
Spoon
Square
Squirrel
Stairs
Stand
Stars
Start
Stick
Sticky
Stinky
Stop
Store
Strawberry
Street
Stroller
Strong
Sugar
Sun
Supermarket
Surprise
Sweater
Sweep
Sandals
Scarf
Seed
Shopping
Small
Sticker
Sunglasses
Sweat
Swim
Swimming Suit
Salt

 

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8 Responses to “Q to T Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Meghan

    Hi,
    I’m looking for the sign for tickles or tickling?
    Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi Meghan,

    The sign for tickle is the dominant hand moving under the chin as if in tickling the chin.

  2. Megan

    Hi I’ve been looking everywhere online but can’t seem to find the sign for “raspberry”
    Please help D;
    TIA

    ADMIN – Hi Megan,

    Raspberry is traditionally finger-spelled.

  3. Grandma

    What is the sign for …soft ?

    ADMIN – Hi Grandma,

    To sign soft you put both hands in front of you and you squeeze imaginary cotton balls with fingertips pointing up.

  4. L

    What is the sign for sand? Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi L,

    Sand is finger-spelled.

  5. Abbi

    Is there a sign sequence for ‘ready, set, go’? Or do you have a better suggestion for a sign to indicate I’m ready and it’s safe for her to get into the pool?

    ADMIN – Hi Abbi,

    When I was tasked with teaching toddlers how to swim I used a finger snap to indicate readiness.