Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

The Baby Sign Language Flash Cards are a valuable teaching aide to grow your child’s vocabulary. Each of the 600 flash cards shows the word, an illustration, and the corresponding sign. Download and print from your home computer.

A Again Airplane All Done Animal Ant more…
B Baby Ball Banana Bath Bear more…
C Car Cat Cereal Chair Cheese more…
D Daddy Dance Deer Diaper Doctor more…
E Earring Egg Elephant Excited Exercise more…
F Fan Finished Fish Flower Friend more…
G Giraffe Girl Good Grandpa Grandma more…
H Happy Hello Hot House Horse more…
I I Love You Ice Ice Cream In Inside more…
J Jam Jelly Jesus Juice Jump more…
K Kangaroo Key Kick King Kiss more…
L Laugh Leaf Light Lion Love more…
M Milk Mommy Money Monkey Moon more…
N Naked Nanny Necklace New Nice more…
O Ocean Octopus Off On Open more…
P Panda Peach Pear Pig Play more…
Q Queen Quick Quiet Quilt more…
R Rabbit Rain Rainbow Red Reptile more…
S Sad Sheep Shirt Shoes Sign more…
T Table Telephone Thank You Thirsty Tiger more…
U Umbrella Uncle Up
V Vegetable
W Wagon Walk Want Wash Water more…
X Xylophone
Y Yellow Yes Yogurt
Z Zebra

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The Flash Cards help you extend your baby’s vocabulary. Use the flash cards to teach words that you don’t encounter in everyday life, such as giraffe and elephant. And use the flash cards to help baby generalize, so he learns that the word dog applies to many different dogs, and not just his pet.

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  • High Quality Construction – printed on thick board in large format (4″ x 6″) for durability. These cards are built to be well loved!
  • True Life Images – each flash card has the word and a vivid real-life image isolated on a white background.
  • Signing Reminder – the reverse of each card contains a diagram of the sign, with the starting position and the ending position for the sign along with arrows showing the motion.
  • Versatile – these flash cards will find use beyond signing. Use them to teach reading and writing, and grouping games.
  • 52 Basic Signsairplane, apple, baby, ball, banana, bear, bird, boat, book, bread, buy, bunny, butterfly, car, cat, cereal, cheese, chicken, clothes, cow, diaper, dog, duck, egg, elephant, fan, fish, flower, frog, giraffe, grapes, hat, horse, keys, kite, lion, monkey, mouse, orange, pig, potty, sheep, shoes, slide, snake, swing, tiger, toothbrush, train, tree, turtle, and water.

Video: Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

This is a comprehensive baby sign language kit.  The quality is something you would see in a high end teaching supply store.

Baby Sign Language Kit

46 Responses to “Baby Sign Language Flash Cards”

  1. Celine

    Hello,

    I bought the standard kit recently but realized that there were several key words missing from the flash cards.
    I was wondering if it was possible to purchase a bigger set of flash cards as I think it’s very practical to learn with baby.

    C
    ADMIN,
    Dear Celine,
    We are so glad you are enjoying your kit. Each child is different and each household prioritizes different words based on their daily interactions. Our dictionary and online flashcard collection has many free printables that you can add to your deck. Currently we do not have expanded sets. As soon as they become available we will post an announcement in our Facebook page.

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  2. Amber

    I want to download every single flash card from your website. Is there a way to put them into a zipped file? It is very time consuming to download them one by one. Thank you.

    ADMIN,
    Hi Amber,
    We currently don’t have a zip file mainly because every parent wishes to personalize their curriculum to include only the signs that are relevant. One nice time savings option is the 52 card baby sign language flashcard set available at our baby sign language store

    We also have a neat garden baby sign language collection available here.

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  3. Amber

    I would love to download all of the pdfs. Is there any way to do this without clicking on each one?

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  4. Nikki Stevenson

    My son just turned 13 months… and we can communicate! Its awesome! He completely understands that when my hands move, I’m speaking, and he works hard to mimic the movements. He tells me he wants to go outside, eat a tomato, airplane, and ready for bed.

    I believe it took so long because I didn’t realize he was signing. But once I caught on, we really took off. Thank you for this site.

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  5. Jessica

    My husband is able to check out the My Signing Time dvds from the school library and I started them with my son last week. I absolutely love them!! I wanted to get flashcards to help supplement the movies and I stumbled upon this website. Thank you so much for providing these downloads free of charge. I looked up flashcards on amazon but could not find beginner cards that were affordable. I like that I can look up the words we have gone over in the movies. However, not all of the words we have learned are on your site. I left a comment on another page asking about the words in black. Can we also request other words? Today we went over family, feelings and fun. I know how to sign daughter and son but a visual would still be nice. Home, silly, scared, gloves, feelings, and wind were in today’s group. I am sure this is asking too much but I figured it does not hurt to ask. I have other words that you do not have as well but do not have the list on hand. Again, thank you for this opportunity!!

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