Thursday, March 27, 2008

Baby Sign Language - Fish

Pointing to your pet fish is a great way to introduce the baby sign for fish. Even if you don't have a pet fish, you can point to a picture of a fish in a story book.

Fish is signed with your right hand at chest level. Use the B hand shape with your palm facing left. Move your hand forward and across your body while bending your wrist left and right as if your hand were a swimming fish.

Discover more baby signs at the Babystrology baby sign language dictionary.

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