Things That GO! :: Baby Sign Language for Vehicles
Babies & toddlers love things that go! Cars, trains & planes are fascinating to look at and make interesting sounds. Your young toddler might have a little ride-on toy that looks like a bus or tricycle, or maybe he’s fascinated with fire engines and police cars. Or maybe you’ve got a little one who looooves tractors. If this sounds like your little one, you’re going to love this free mini lesson!
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In today’s free baby sign language mini-lesson I’m excited to share with you some of my favorite American Sign Language signs that you can use to teach your baby signs for things that go. You can use these when you’re playing with toys, reading a book (see my favorites below!), or pointing out vehicles when you’re out & about.
Have Fun Learning Transportation Signs!
In today’s video you’ll learn how the American Sign Language (ASL) signs for AIRPLANE, BICYCLE, BOAT, BUS, CAR, HELICOPTER, MOTORCYCLE, TRUCK, TRACTOR, TRAIN, FIRE TRUCK, POLICE CAR, AMBULANCE and SIREN.
Great Board Books for Teaching Your Baby Signs for Vehicles
- Little Blue Truck by Alice Shertle
- Zoom, Zoom, Baby! by Karen Katz
- Away We Go! Disney Book Group
- Baby Touch and Feel: Things That Go by DK Publishing
- Vehicles by Xavier Deneux
- My First Vehicles by Max & Sid
- That’s Not My Train by Fiona Watt
Bonus! Free Printable…
I’ve also created a FREE printable guide that you can keep as a reference to help you remember how to do many of these signs.
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