Football – Baby Sign
Watch this baby sign video to see the ASL sign for football, plus learn how to teach your baby to sign football in Baby Sign Language.
How to Sign Football
To do the baby sign for football, with your fingers spread, interlock your fingers twice while keeping your fingers pointed straight and diagonally.
Remembering the Baby Sign for Football
To remember the baby sign for football, think of the defense and offense colliding into each other.
Teaching your Baby to Sign Football
To teach your baby to sign football, always do the sign while verbally saying the word in a sentence.
Let’s watch some football. – Turn on the big game.
Do you want to play football? – Throw the stuffed, soft football to your baby.
We’re at the football game. – After sitting down at a siblings game, for example.
Try to be consistent, so your baby will make the association between the sign and football. By using the sign in a sentence, your baby is also exposed to verbal language and more vocabulary. Awesome!
Your Baby Signing Football
Here are a couple ways your baby can use the baby sign for football.
She can ask to watch football with you.
He can ask to play football with you.
When else does your baby sign football? Share with everyone in the comments below!
Babies Signing Football
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