Baby Sign Language: Pear

Many young children love to eat pears. Teach your baby the sign for the word pear in baby sign language with the following description and video.


Form one hand into a flattened letter O. Hold the hand in front of the chest. Envelope the letter O with the other hand. Pull the second hand away from the first hand while closing the fingers and thumb into another flattened letter O. Immediately form the second hand into the signed letter G. Tap the index finger of the letter G on top of the index finger of the first hand.



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Heather Johnson

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