Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Ready

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Ready To sign ready, hold both hands together, with finger crossed and  in front of you, then swoop them out, away from each other.  You could also swoop  them from side to side in front of you in sort of a swaying motion.  

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Little Kid, Big Mess

Need I say more?  Seriously, toddlers can make cleaning a full-time job with over-time.  If you have a toddler yourself, you’ll know what I mean.        

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Sign Language (ASL) Words of the Week – Yes and No

This week’s American Sign Lanuage words are:  Yes and No To sign Yes, close your hand into a fist and move it up and down as if you are nodding yes.   For No, open your index finger, middle finger and thumb, and then bring them together.

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Kids are like little frogs… almost

Did you know that some frogs can jump 50 times their body length?  That’s like your average 2-year-old jumping over 140 feet!   Moms and Dads, be glad your toddler really isn’t a frog.  But if they do tend to jump all over the place, let them express it.  Check out these frog tshirts:   Here […]

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Diaper

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Diaper To sign diaper, hold both hands at either side of your front waist area.  Your index and middle fingers will be spread away from your thumb.  Then you bring both fingers in to the thumb, as if you are clipping a diaper together.    

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