U to Z Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

U V W X Y Z
Ugly Vacuum Wagon Xylophone Yard Zebra
Umbrella Vegetable Wait X-Ray Yell Zipper
Uncle Visit Wake Up Yellow Zoo
Under Vomit Walk Yes
Understand Wall Yogurt
Undress Want You’re Welcome
Unicorn Warm Yucky
Up Wash
Upstairs Wash Hands
Watch
Water
Watermelon
Wear
Wedding
Welcome
Wet
Whale
What
Wheel
Wheelchair
When
Where
Whisper
White
Who
Why
Wind
Window
Wolf
Woman
Wood
Word
Work
Worm
Wallet
Washer
Wipe
Write

 

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14 Responses to “U to Z Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. A Friend

    You need a sign for window!

    ADMIN – Hi Friend,

    We have added the window sign. Thanks for suggesting it.

    Reply
  2. Maria

    I need a sign for a weasel or a ferret. I haven’t found any by googling those. Thank you if you can help out!

    ADMIN – Hi Maria,

    Weasel or Ferret are normally spelled out. You may want to consider teaching your little one to do the sign for the letter F and bounce it on top of her left palm three times. This is not an official sign but one that is commonly used with babies of households with this type of family pet

    Reply
  3. Kristin

    I love this site. As a pre-k teacher I am teaching sign language to my students and they love it. I was wondering if you had a sign for winter? Thank you for all the helpful videos!

    Kristin

    ADMIN:

    Hi Kristin,

    Many people just sign “cold” when they mean “winter.” That is okay as long as you can figure out the meaning from the context of the sentence. If there is any ambiguity (if it isn’t clear) as to the meaning, then you can use an initialized sign that uses “W” handshapes on the sign “cold.”

    Reply
  4. Jennifer Davidson

    I am trying to teach my daycare kids nursery rhymes in Sign Language, not every word but as much as possible. Looking for bare, bone, and cupboard.

    Reply

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