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.
Pink in Sign Language
Learn how to sign pink – a very pretty (and popular!) color.
1. First make the letter P (hold out your middle and pointer finger out and tuck in your ring and pinky finger, bend the middle finger down to rest on the tip of your thumb. The wrist is also bent forward so fingers are pointing down)
2. With the hand in the P-shape, touch the middle finger on the thumb and then pull it down an inch or so.
3. Lips are often pink! Use this visual to help you remember the sign.
- Choose a variety of crayons for your child to choose from, including a pink one. Encourage her to create a beautiful picture and then tell you about (and sign!) the colors she used.
- Teaching sign language along with basic skills helps facilitate learning! Teach the sign for pink, etc. as children are learning their colors. Doing so will add a visual and tactile layer to the learning, making retention easier.
Pink. Make the letter P for pink, and brush it down your chin. Let me see you try. Great job! Pink.