Video: Wash in Baby Sign Language

Signing: The wash sign is made by making both hands into a fist, holding the two fists together, and twisting the two fists back and forth.

Wash in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Wash in Baby Sign Language

Usage: You can use the wash sign before you wash your babies hands. Babies can be a little fussy when it comes to washing up before meals, so doing the sign before hand can help make them prepared.

Wash Flash Card Thumbnail

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

Related Signs:

Dirty, Towel,Water

2 Responses to “Wash”

  1. Ágnes Daruházi

    May I ask for the sign for “washing machine”?

    ADMIN – Hi Agnes,

    ASL for “washing machine” looks like the agitator on a washing machine. You take your two hands, fingers pointing toward each other, and twist them back and forth. (It also kind of looks like twisting the cap off a big bottle or jar, with your hands facing each other at an angle, your dominant hand at the top, and your non-dominant hand holding the base of the imaginary jar.)


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