Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs | Parents


[ MUSIC ] The approach that I find works best
with most families is to start with two to five signs that are big priorities and then
build it from there. Start adding in signs as your child acquires signs. The sign for
sleep. You take your hand, and you run it over your face, like so. Sleep. Sleep. Then
the sign for bath. You have two thumbs up on your chest. And then you go up and down.
That’s bath. Then the sign for pacifier, or a binky. You have your thumb up. And you bring
it up and down by your mouth. That’s a pacifier, pacifier. Then the sign for up when kids want
to be picked up, generally they tend to sort of scream for that or whine for that, instead,
they can just point up to be picked up. And then the sign for down is, of course, the
opposite. So up and down. Then it’s time for change as in changing a diaper. You twist
your hands back and forth like this, change, change. And then sign for love, this is love,
it’s also the sign for hug. You’re signing the full s. Sentence, it would go, I love
you, or, you love me. [ MUSIC ]

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