Thank You

Video: Thank You in Baby Sign Language

Signing: To sign thank you, extend your fingers and thumb. Touch you fingers to your chin and bring your fingers forward. It is almost like you are blowing a kiss out, to thank the person – but the sign is a bit lower.

Thank You in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Thank You in Baby Sign Language

Usage: The thank you sign is a great gentle introduction to manners. It is great to get older babies in the habit of saying thank you when given something. The thank you sign is also a great way to remind older kids to be polite when out in public without being overbearing or embarrassing them.

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

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7 Responses to “Thank You”

  1. Christina

    Hi there.
    What are the key differences between the sign for good and thank you?
    They look so similar to me. Thanks so much.

    ADMIN – Hi Christina,
    Good is signed by placing the fingers of your right hand against your lips. Move your right hand into the palm of your left hand. Both hands should be facing upward.

    Thank you is made by starting with the fingers of your dominant hand near your lips. Start with a flat hand and move your hand forward and a bit down in the direction of the person you are thanking.

  2. Cali

    I am a 9 year old and my little brother is only 1 year. He won’t talk very much, but I looked at this website and I wondered if it could teach me and him. Now he can talk and talk in signlanguage.🙂❤️

    ADMIN – Hi Cali,

    You are such a gifted and generous little girl. We have many stories of older siblings who have served as the facilitator for language with their little siblings. You are awesome and he is so lucky to have you


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