Baby Sign (Australia) Flashcards – with video tutorials


24 Baby Signing flashcards with video tutorials.



These baby sign language flashcards have a cute signing bear on one side and image on the other. Research has shown babies learn signs best when they are shown the sign, word is spoken and a relevant image (or object) is shown at the same time.


They are perfect for you and your little one starting your signing journey, as a thoughtful baby shower gift or fantastic to have in the baby / infant room of your early learning centre.


These flashcards come in 3 options:


A8 lanyard / pocket size this size has 15 synthetic material flashcards (on a ring), however provides video access to all 24 signs:


Bath, Bed, Book, Daddy, Drink, Eat, Finished, Love, Milk, More, Nappy, Help, Please, Thank you


A7 card and A7 synthetic card (on a ring), these cards contain all 24 baby signs:


Eat, Drink, More, Finish, Bath, Bed, Book, Help, Hot, Cold, Please, Thank you, Love, Milk, Mummy, Daddy, Brother, Sister, Friend, Share, Home, Play, Nappy, Toilet


Often it can be difficult for people to understand 2D illustrations of the baby signs, therefore these beautiful flashcards come with a bonus QR code link to baby sign video tutorials of all the signs.


Flashcards come in beautiful thick card and a durable box.


Baby signing (sometimes call baby sign language) has become very popular in recent years as parents and carers learn about its amazing benefits, the main one being that you can communicate with your little one as soon as possible.


Research into baby sign / baby signing has found that if used consistently babies can learn to communicate through sign as early as 5 1/2 months, however for most babies first signs usually appear between 8 – 10 months old, way before most infants first words.


Baby sign is an amazing communication tool, with research showing baby sign can reduce meltdowns, improve bonding, reduce frustration and may improve your child’s language and literacy skills. It is a fantastic way to find out your babies needs and wants before they can speak.


These are Australian baby signs the signs are borrowed from Australian Sign Language (Auslan), researchers into baby sign recommend that you use baby signs from the country your child is living.




Additional information


A8, A7, A6


Synthetic, Card