Sign Language Dictionary

We are committed to providing resources for parents who value signing with their children. Our sign language dictionary includes over 400 common signs including the top starter sings for your baby. For each word, there is a video, diagram, and teaching notes to make learning new signs easy. Many of our signs include free downloadable ASL Flashcards to help reinforce the signs taught in our series.

Full in Sign Language

Learn how to sign full –it will come in handy at mealtimes!

1. Start with one hand about waist height – arm parallel to the body, palm faces down and rests a few inches in front of the mid-section of your torso.
2. Raise the hand up to just under your chin.
3. This sign looks like you are showing how you are full up to your chin with food! Use this visual to help you remember the sign.

Teaching Tips

  • Teach your child sign language by modeling it first – as you finish your meal (whether or not your plate is empty!), use the sign for full and talk about how your body has enough food for now. This not only teaches your child the sign but models healthy eating behaviors of stopping when you are full!
  • Watch for your child’s signs that they are free – tossing food, pushing it away, or getting too distracted during a meal (assuming they’ve consumed enough nutrition!). Using the sign, ask them if they are full, and encourage them to sign it back to you and sign finished to indicated they are all done.

Transcript
Full. It’s like you’re full up to here. Full.

Download the Flashcard (click on the image. Print in color or black-and-white and adjust the print size according to your needs.)

Full Baby Sign Language ASL Dictionary USA