Grandma, Grandmother – Baby Sign
Watch this baby sign video to see the ASL sign for grandma, grandmother, plus learn how to teach your baby to sign grandma, grandmother in Baby Sign Language.
How to Sign Grandma, Grandmother
To do the baby sign for grandma, grandmother, hold your dominant had with your fingers spread and finger tips pointing up. Take your thumb to your chin and make two rainbows, going out from your chin.
Remembering the Baby Sign for Grandma, Grandmother
To remember the baby sign for grandma, grandmother, know that all female signs are made below the nose by where they speak inspiring and loving words.
Teaching your Baby to Sign Grandma, Grandmother
To teach your baby to sign grandma, grandmother, always do the sign while verbally saying the word in a sentence.
Grandma is here! – Do this when Grandma arrives.
Here is a picture of grandma. – Point out Grandma in the picture.
Try to be consistent, so your baby will make the association between the sign and grandma, grandmother. By using the sign in a sentence, your baby is also exposed to verbal language and more vocabulary. Awesome!
Your Baby Signing Grandma, Grandmother
Here are a couple ways your baby can use the baby sign for grandma, grandmother.
She can ask for her Grandma.
He can tell you that he is thinking about Grandma.
He can point out things he loves that Grandma gave him.
She can make Grandma super happy by asking for her by name.
When else does your baby sign grandma, grandmother? Share with everyone in the comments below!
Babies Signing Grandma, Grandmother
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I started signing with my first baby, and I quickly saw the joy and value of signing. From the glimpses into his mind and the help it provided both of us, it was AMAZING. Now I’m signing with my second baby and helping hundreds of parents and family members to sign with their babies.
For this project, I worked with the deaf community. I wanted to create a signing library that honors the signs in ASL, plus I wanted to make videos that would guide moms–whether they watched one or 100. I want every parent–no matter their socioeconomic status–to have access to the information that will help strengthen their relationship and communication with their child from very early on in life. If you agree, share this with another parent or three.