To sign water, take your dominant hand and extend and separate the three middle fingers while holding the thumb and pinkie finger together. Then tap your index finger on your chin a couple of times.
To remember the sign, it is simply the ASL sign for 'W', going near your mouth.
Once your baby is drinking fluids other than milk, start to teach signs associated with different liquids, so that she can indicate preferences when she is feeling fussy.
We use water in a variety of contexts from drinking to bathing, raining, or going to the pool. Water is one of the first signs your baby will learn.
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Learning a lot of signs. Thank you.
ME GUSTA MUCHO LO QUE PODEMOS APRENDE AQUÍ, GRACIAS POR SU AYUDA.
De nada, Erendira. You are very welcome!
Happy to learn new things
Very beneficial lessons
So awesome to learn the sign language for these drinks and to teach Harper.
So sweet to learn sign language and teach Harper. Thank you.
Excited to have learned this and be able to teach my son!
Wow! I didn’t know that babies could sign so young. very cool to know
My baby loves the ‘water’ sign!
Wonderful to learn different ways of communicating with your baby.
Thanks, very good tips to know.
I’m trying these with my 9 month old right now as we speak!
My baby said “no” 😒🤣. But I’ll work on it.
Very easy to learn.
Nice way of learning.
I love this site. It is really helpful for my two-year-old to learn this sign language.
This site is amazing. It helped me with my picky three-year-old, who wants to fill up on juice and milk instead of just eating food. It gets frustrating sometimes but they had some helpful hints. Thanks.
This is a wonderful site!
Awesome! All babies should be taught at least minimal signs language! Love this!
I love this site. It is so informative and easy to use.
I have known how to sign for several years, but I take care of a 3 yr old and a 15 month old. The3 yr old likes to watch the videos and look at the pictures and has learned several signs. The 15 month old is nonverbal. I have been teaching her signs to help with her communication skills. She has learned to sign eat, drink, milk, please with just a few times of showing her and has started to make some sounds like mmm
I really hope you can come up with an app 🙂
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I love this site!!! It really helps with my 17 months baby girl. She knows most sign for fruits 🙂 I wish they can an app for this 😀
Isabella is 15 months.
She watches your videos 2-3 times and mimic’s your signs.
She knows 11 different signs and also says the words as she shows the sign.
Great site. Thank you
This site is amazing!! I have a ten-month-old who has a tantrum sometimes, and it’s difficult to understand what he wants. I’m going to teach him a few words tomorrow. This site is very informative! Thanks so much for sharing!! 🙂
We purchased the deluxe kit a week ago and are very excited to receive it. My wife and I have been practicing the basics through the site for a few days and cannot wait to start working with our six month old son who is moderate to severe HOH and is using hearing aids now. Thanks so much!
I really like this site. We found out we have to learn sign-language for our great-granddaughter. I’m just sorry we can’t afford the kit right now. Your site is very informative and we have learned quite a bit from it. Thank you!