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Baby Sign Language: ASL Numbers 0-5

Teach your baby the signs for the numbers zero (0), one (1), two (2), three (3), four (4), and five (5) in baby sign language with the following descriptions and pictures.

Zero (0)

Form a circle with the fingers and thumb.

American Sign Language: Zero

One (1)

Form a fist with the index finger pointing up.

American Sign Language: One (front)

Two (2)

Form a first with the index and middle fingers pointing up.

American Sign Language: Two (front)

Three (3)

Form a fist with the index and middle fingers pointing up and the thumb pointing out.

American Sign Language: Three (front)

Four (4)

Point the four fingers up with the thumb resting on the palm.

American Sign Language: Four (front)

Five (5)

Point all five fingers up and out.

American Sign Language: Five (front)

References

Chafin, Suzie, Johnston Bell Grindstaff, & Anne E. Pidano. 2009. Knack baby sign language: A step-by-step guide to communicating with your little one. Guilford, CT: Knack.

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