Baby Sign and Learn

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  • Last update: 7 years ago
  • Version: 4.8.5
  • Size: 33.0 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Baby Sign and Learn
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
  • In-App Purchases:
  • American Volume 1 $1.99
  • American Volumes 1, 2 & 3! $2.99
  • American Volume 2 $1.99
  • American Volume 3 $1.99
  • Australian Volume 1 $1.99
  • Baby Speaks Spanish! $1.99
  • British Volume 1 $1.99
  • Baby Speaks French! $1.99
  • Hong Kong Volume 1 $1.99
  • New Zealand Volume 1 $1.99
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Baby Sign and Learn Description

Download Baby Sign and Learn app and understand your baby better. This app comes with cute animated video demonstrations that are captivating and engrossing.

The signed languages supported by this app are American Sign Language (ASL), Australian Sign Language (Auslan), British Sign Language (BSL), Hong Kong Sign Language (HKSL) and New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL). You can choose any, try the free version, and if you like it, you can buy the complete one.


The Baby Sign and Learn app allows you to sample the various features and try different signs with your child. It is an excellent teaching app which enables the child’s fast learning in a fun way.


The app used to provide its users 50 signs in the free version. Recently they went down to 10. Also, there are certain speech glitches.


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  • y
    I got this app for my son when he was about 7-8 months old, before he started talking so he could tell me what he wanted even though he could talk yet. He could sign to me he wanted milk, or wanted more, wanted a bath, wanted to eat, even go to bed and so much more! It's so nice to know what your child wants when they can't tell you in words. He's now almost 2 and still asks for "Baby's" on the iPad or iPhone. He loves Baby Sign. I think it's helped him with his vocabulary very much! His pediatrician said he was saying words most kids at his age could not at a year. I have recommend this to friends and they loved it too. One friends little one who's 2 has a speech impediment, and was teaching her some sign language. She downloaded this app when she got home, and called me 20 minutes later so excited! Her daughter was trying to say the words and do the signs! She was amazed! She was very grateful for me sharing this with her. This is a great app, and highly recommend it!!!!!!!!!
  • G
    This was my 16 mo old's first real exposure to sign language, and she took to this app immediately. She loved watching the babies talk & sign, and right away starting trying to mimic their gestures! One suggestion: to be able to set the auto "watch signs" to a much slower speed, with ability to set number of repeats, so she can watch on her own with it repeating each sign like 3 or 4 times. They're awfully hard to learn with just one glance!
  • R
    The animated characters that demonstrate the signs have bulky hands and oversized heads, making many signs hard to figure out. . I would suggest footage of real-life people signing, or animation that pays closer attention to the detail necessary! I wouldn't recommend this app unless you are using it to reinforce signs that you have already learned. I frequently visit an alternative website in order to see the sign in a better video.

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