Egg Sign

Animated Video of Sign Language Movement for Egg Take both of your hands and point out your pointer finger and your middle finger on both hands and then wipe them one on top and one underneath palms down.

Suggestions

To want, cook or eat eggs

Other Signs

Apple : When a child requests an apple; When giving child an apple; When grocery shopping in produce; When child sees an apple.
Banana : Use this sign prior to giving child a banana. Ask the child to sign when requesting a banana. Ask what a monkey eats.
Barn : Pointing out buildings at the farm.
Bear : Use this sign to label childs favorite teddy bear. Make the sounds of a bear while signing to add interest.
Bird : When childs sees a bird; While taking walks outside and child hears bird (May pair the two signs "hear" and "bird"); While reading picture books. (Remember to pair animal sound with gesture.)
Bottle : Ask child if he/she would like his/her cup; While preparing juice/milk for child, you may sign "cup" while explaining what you are doing.
Bread : At mealtime when serving bread.
Butterfly : When child sees a butterfly while taking walks; While reading picture books together.
Cat : Use this sign when referring to family pet. Make cat sounds while signing to add interest. You may want to teach child the sign for "gentle touch" in order to keep them from being too rough with small animals.
Cereal : Mealtime
Cheese : mealtime
Chicken : When eating or talking about a chicken
Cook : At dinner time when someone is cooking
Cookie : When child requests a cookie; Prior to giving child a cookie; While baking cookies; While shopping in grocery store.
Corn : Eating corn at meals or asking for corn
Cow : At the farm or learning about cows
Cracker : For a snack
Cup : Ask child if he/she would like his/her cup. While preparing juice for child, you may sign "cup" while explaining what you are doing.
Dog : When child sees a dog; While taking a walk and child hears a dog barking; While reading picture books together. This may be a difficult sign for children. You may find it helpful to make up your own sign signifying a dog tail wagging or tongue panting. (Remember to pair animal sound with gesture in order to add interest.)
Donkey : While learning about a donkey or at a farm or zoo
Drink : When child requests a drink; While asking the child if he/she is thirsty.
Duck : Use this sign to label a duck. Make duck sounds to add interest. Use sign while child bathes with his/her rubber duckie.
Eat : Use this sign to ask child if he/she is hungry and wants to eat. Use it consistently just before offering food to child so child will link the concept to the sign and be able to request something to eat in the future.
Egg : To want, cook or eat eggs
Egg : To want, cook or eat eggs
Elephant : When child sees an elephant at the zoo or while reading a picture book together. (Remember to pair animal sounds with gestures.)
Farm : To tell the child that you are going to the farm or the child tells you that they want to go to the farm
Finished : During mealtime, use sign to ask child if they are finished eating. During bathtime, use to ask child if they are ready to get out of tub. Same as "All Done."
Fish : Use this sign when child sees a fish in a fish tank or aquarium or while reading picture books. Make the "fishy face" while signing to add interest.
Giraffe : When introcing child to zoo animals.
Goose : At the farm or zoo or also learning about a goose
Horse : When introducing farm animals and animal sounds. To add interest, remember to pair the animal sound with the sign. Have fun! Animal signs are some of the first signs your child will attempt.
Ice Cream : If the child wants ice cream then they might sign this
Juice : When offering "juice" to child. You may prefer to use the "milk" or "drink" sign when introducing child to cup and add the "juice" sign once the child is able to discriminate and request a certain beverage.
Milk : This is one of the first signs that a child is likely to learn. It can be used in infancy to symbolize breastfeeding or bottlefeeding. As the child grows he/she will use this signs to request a drink. Please note: You may find it helpful to use this sign interchangeably for milk/juice/water/bottle because it is less likely to confuse the child by signing multiple signs for what the child understands as "drink."
Mosquito : This is a helpful sign to learn for climates that are affected by mosquitos. Use this sign when you notice mosquitos and want your child to come inside. Once a child learns this sign, it is particularly effective because your child will be able to tell you when bit and you are able to respond quickly.
Mouse : If they see a mouse they might sign it
Picnic : If the child wants to have a picnic
Pig : If the child wants to see a pig or learn about a pig
Pumpkin : When the child sees a pumpkin the child might sign pumpkin because they want one
Rabbit : If the child wants to hold or play with a rabbit
Raisin : If the child is hungry and asks for some raisins
Rooster : If you are at the farm or learning about roosters
Sheep : If you were at a farm or zoo
Turkey : At the farm or at the zoo