Baby Sign Language Dictionary

(45 customer reviews)

$19.99

The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes over 600 signs covering nearly every topic of interest. Use the dictionary as a reference that helps you grow your child’s signing vocabulary. In addition to over 500 words the dictionary includes the numbers 0-10, and the alphabet.

 

Baby Sign Language Dictionary

Signing Dictionary

The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes more than 600 hand-drawn signs. The dictionary enables parents and children to vastly expand their vocabularies well beyond the basic beginner signs. This handy reference is the perfect companion to the Baby Sign Language Teaching Guide.

Each sign is illustrated with two or more diagrams depicting the starting position, ending position, and intermediate motion for each sign, making learning the signs easy.

The Baby Sign Language Dictionary includes :

  • Words (500+) – learn signs for nearly every topic of interest.
  • Letters – sign the alphabet and teach basic spelling.
  • Numbers (0-10) – introduce counting and basic mathematics.

All signs reflect proper ASL (American Sign Language), making this dictionary a great tool for children who continue signing after their toddler years.

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45 reviews for Baby Sign Language Dictionary

  1. Amanda Jacobs

    Thank you for such an amazing site! I would love to see a sign for “nap”. =)

    ADMIN – Hi Amanda,

    For nap, most people just use the sign for sleep. Baby understands that it is a short daytime nap, rather than an extended all-night sleep from the context.

  2. Angela Lynch

    Need birthday please!

    ADMIN – Hi Angela,

    We have added a video of birthday in baby sign language. You take your middle finger and first touch it on your chin, then your chest.

  3. Nina

    You have most of the signs i would like to sign to my daughter. The lady on the videos makes the signs on this website pretty easy to learn so thank you for teaching me so i can better communicate with my daughter

  4. Jennifer

    Thanks for this information….I have custody of my twin grand-daughters who have been diagnosed with MR, both different degrees. They are two but we have no way to communicate as they can’t and maybe won’t be able to talk. Signing is what the doctor recommended. Thanks for getting us started.

  5. Lauren

    This is a great resource. My almost 2 year old doesn’t like to talk (even though he can) so I started teaching him signs and he’s learned 4 in the past week! We need some refining, but he’s communicating! Thanks so much for this!!

    And echoing Heather – can you add the sign for “help” much needed!

    Thanks for what you do!

    ADMIN – Hi Lauren,

    Appreciate the kind words. We will be adding another 800 words in the coming months including help.

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