Baby Sign Language Standard Kit

(91 customer reviews)

$74.96 $39.95

4.9 out of 5

The Deluxe Baby Sign Language Kit includes everything you need to get started teaching your baby to sign. The kit includes:


•  Flash Cards – 52 sturdy board (4×6 inches) flash cards, covering a variety of basic signs. The flash cards allow you to teach words, such as animal names, that Baby is not exposed to in everyday life. The face of the flash cards shows the word and image for the child. The back of the flash cards show how the sign is performed, a handy reminder for the adult.


•  BSL Guide Book – shows you how to teach your child how to sign. The book begins with a Quick Start Guide that will teach you your first signs and having you ready to sign in 30 minutes. As your baby progresses, you can delve into more advanced topics like combining signs to make phrases, using props, and transitioning to speech.


•  Signing Dictionary Dictionary – contains over 600 signs including the most common words, the alphabet and numbers. The dictionary helps you expand your child’s vocabulary, and has the breadth of coverage that lets you follow your child’s interests. Each sign is illustrated with two diagrams, showing you the starting position, the ending position, and intermediate motion.


•  Wall Chart – the 24′ x 36′ chart includes 22 basic signs, and makes a handy reminder for caregivers. The Baby Sign Language Wall Chart covers basic signs, like eat, drink, and sleep. Hang the poster in Baby’s Nursery to help babysitters, or other occasional caregivers learn and decode the most commonly used baby signs.



The Standard Baby Sign Language Kit, bundles together everything you need to get started with signing in one box, at a steep discount. The kit includes: (1) Baby Sign Language Guide Book; (2) Baby Sign Language Dictionary: (3) Baby Sign Language Flash Cards; and (4) Baby Sign Language Wall Chart.

Baby Sign Language Flash Cards

Flash Cards

The flash cards allow you to greatly expand your signing vocabulary, including people, animal names, foods, and everyday objects.The face of the flash cards shows the word and image for the child. The back of the flash cards show how the sign is performed, a handy reminder for the adult.

The Flash Card Set includes 52 cards (4 x 6 inches): airplane, 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, & water.

The cards are contained in a hardcover case for easy storage.

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Baby Sign Language Guide Book

Guide Book

The baby sign Language Book covers the essentials of teaching your baby to communicate via sign language. Highlights includes:

  • Quick Start Guide – learn the first 10 signs and the basic principles required to start teaching your baby to sign (Chapter 1).
  • Advanced Teaching Methods – use teaching aids like books, flash cards, and toys to keep lessons interesting and challenging (Chapter 5).
  • Phrases – teach your baby to combine signs and communicate more complex thoughts (Chapter 6).
  • Taming the Terrible Twos – reduce frustration and tantrums by enabling your toddler to communicate (Chapter 7).
  • Transitioning to Speech – use sign language to expedite and improve speech development (Chapter 8).

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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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Baby Sign Language Wall Chart

Wall Chart

The Baby Sign Language wall chart shows 17 beginner signs. Place the wall-chart on the side of a fridge or in the nursery to give caregivers, older siblings, and spouses an easy way to learn the basic signs

The signs listed include: mommy, daddy, cat, grandmother, grandfather, dog, cat, more, all done, water, milk, diaper, bath, bed, car, ball, and book.

Each sign is illustrated with two diagrams show the starting and finishing position for each sign, and the intermediate motion. All signs use American Sign Language.

The chart is printed on thick glossy paper and measures 24 inches x 36 inches (unfolded).

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(Regularly $9.95)

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91 reviews for Baby Sign Language Standard Kit

  1. Monica R

    We loved this kit and recommend it to our friends! We started using the signs on the wall chart (mainly, “eat”, “milk”, “more” and “all done”) with our daughter when she was 4 months. By 6 months she would regularly use them to ask for milk and more of whatever she wanted at the moment. The book that comes with the kit is great for learning the alphabet and numbers too.

  2. David

    I never regretted this purchase for a second. If you’re thinking about it, just go for it. We had a lot of fun with the flashcards, which we purchased for our daughter when she was about 12 months old. She picked up a lot of the signs over the next 3-6 months. Then she started saying words, and we stopped using sign language, cuz… well, she was talking. But she still plays with the flashcards (they’re well crafted, and not one has been destroyed). Overall, this was a solid tool to teach and bond with our daughter. I highly recommend you use it, along with other fun letter puzzles, number puzzles, etc., and you can’t go wrong.

  3. Lindsay Lipcsak

    We bought this shortly after our daughter was born in 2016. She is 18 months and knows several signs now and communicates primarily through sign. It was a life saver early on before she learned how to point. However, I will say that I feel sign language has possibly stunted her speech development since it is much easier than speech itself. We are still working hard to get her talking, but we rarely have miscommunication issues and I feel we have avoided many tantrums because of sign. I love the flash cards, the books and the poster. She loves looking at the images and trying to copy them.

    ADMIN – Hi Lindsay,

    Speech is always the path of least resistance. Baby sign language rarely delays speech, instead it helps children that would have otherwise have slight delays in speech have a means to communicate early on.

  4. Dominique B.

    I purchased this set to help expand growth development and aid my children in meeting milestones. I knew this product with a built in ritual would be very helpful. The use of the poster, workbook, and flash cards help to make learning more realistic and enable engagement between and child and parent. My family enjoyed learning time with me while I was educating myself and I was able to have fun signing. Pictures were clear and colorful.

  5. Fannette

    We are a bilingual family (french and English) living in London. I’ve started signing to my little boy when he was 5 months. I finally decided to buy this kit when he turned 15months as he could sign “eat, drink, more and tired”. Well since using the flash cards I have seem tremendous progress in his signing. One month later he can now sign 15 words by himself. Some signs are quite similar like “butterfly and bread”, or “more and banana” but context does help. There is no tantrum at home and when he wakes up crying in the night he just signs that he wants to drink, drinks and goes to sleep. Amazing as I would never have thought a baby would want water at night. My friend and family are amazed when they see him sign “dog” or “banana” and I feel so proud of him. So I wanted to say thank you so much for all your hard work. Keep working on it and add more vocabulary, especially fruit and veg that my boy loves. We love using sign language!!! 👌🏻💕

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