ASL Dictionary for Baby Sign

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About this app

Take the guess work out of parenting your baby and discover the joy of knowing what your baby has to say before she can talk! One of the most fundamental human desires is to be understood - help your baby communicate by teaching her baby sign language.

This app includes approx. 340 signs and over 1 hour of real life video demonstrations! The friendly presenters will help you to learn to sign with your baby in an engaging and enjoyable way.

The keyword signs demonstrated in this video dictionary are based on American Sign Language (ASL). All signs have been carefully selected for their ease of use, helpfulness to carers and appropriateness for baby's interests and daily routine.

Each sign has a detailed video tutorial covering information such as: simple instructions on how to perform the sign, clever tips to help you remember the sign and practical suggestions on how to introduce the sign to your baby.

The signs are also organized into categories such as: action words, animals, daily routines, feelings and emotions, food, manners and behavior, and nature – all of which are arranged alphabetically for quick and easy searching.

To test your baby signing knowledge, the app also comes with a fun interactive video quiz that will help you learn and remember the signs. You can also mark signs as part of your favorites list.

This app makes the perfect parent's companion to the popular 'Baby Sign and Learn' animated app. Featuring gentle guidance and practical advice, this app has been designed to help make teaching your baby to sign as easy as waving "bye-bye"!

Visit the Baby Sign and Learn website for more information about baby sign language.

** Note: The video clips for this multimedia rich app will be downloaded and installed the first time the app is run. Depending on the internet connection speed it can take up to 20 mins to download all the video clips *
Updated on
Mar 28, 2013

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108 reviews
A Google user
December 29, 2018
A really good App to help my niece learn ASL! The images help her easily understand what the sign is for. Hoping for more improvements - some of the videos are zoomed in so much that we couldn't see the hand gestures (videos are in portrait - gestures that extend wider than the interpreter's shoulders are cut off by the screen's left and right edges). It'd be great if there's a Flashcard feature -- with bigger images for objects or an animated GIF for Verbs are shown with a Play Video Button.
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A Google user
May 15, 2019
My first attempt /purchase of the dictionary did'nt install properly, which was disapointing because I had higher expectations based off other user reviews. I refunded it, downloaded the free app, and repurchased it through the free app. For whatever reason, it downloaded properly this way. So far, my baby and I are watching it together and loving it. The videos & explanations are easy, cute, & stick with you. I hope they develop a more comprehensive app for later child development.
10 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 8, 2019
I love the videos, they are easy to understand. My toddler also enjoys watching them as we learn new signs. I just wish there were more signs relevant to us - I've gone to look up a few to teach my toddler and they're not included (coffee, pizza, etc). Other than that, we love it!
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What's new

minor bug fix