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Baby Sign Language: Plum

Teach your baby the signs for the word plum in baby sign language with the following descriptions and videos.

Plum

Form the letter P of the sign language alphabet with one hand. Form the other hand into a fist. Hold the fist in front of the chest with the palm facing towards the body. Touch the middle finger of the P to the pinky of the fist. Slide the middle finger across the back of the hand from the pinky finger to the index finger.

 

Fingerspell P-L-U-M of the sign language alphabet.

 

References

Signing Savvy: http://www.signingsavvy.com/

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