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Baby Sign Language: Fruit, Apple, Banana, and Grapes in American Sign Language

Teach your baby the signs for the words fruit, apple, banana, and grapes in baby sign language with the following descriptions and videos.


Form the letter F of the sign language alphabet. Hold the hand to the side of the chin. Rotate the hand back and forth once.


Form the hand into a fist with the index finger bent. Twist the index finger against the cheek.


Hold a fist in front of the body with the index finger pointing up. Use the other hand to mimic peeling a banana.


Hold the hand in front of the chest with the palm facing down. Form the other hand into a claw. Tap the claw down the hand of the other hand in the motion of tracing a bunch of grapes.


Acredolo, Linda & Susan Goodwyn. 2009. Baby signs: How to talk with your baby before your baby can talk, 3rd edn. New York: McGraw Hill.

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