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Children

SIGN LANGUAGE FOR FAMILY, RELATIVES, BOY, GIRL, BABY AND FRIEND: father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, boy, girl, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin, baby, friend.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR COLORS: blue, green, yellow, purple, white, black, orange, red.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR TRANSPORTATION OR WAYS TO TRAVEL: car, airplane, boat, bus, train.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR TOYS: kite, wagon, balloon, doll, dollhouse, play, tent, video game.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR MUSIC: drum, guitar, piano, bell, dance, sing.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES: baseball, basketball, football, ball, bike, swim, ice skate, hopscotch, slide, swing, run, walk, jump, gymnastics, exercise.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS: good, bad, happy, afraid, angry, cry, sad, sick, fine, love, please, sorry.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR THE HOME: home, table, chair (sit), television, telephone, bed, blanket, bathroom, bath, toothbrush, toothpaste, key, movie, rake, shovel, refrigerator, stove.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR CLOTHING: coat, shoe, sock, shirt, pants, dress, underwear, hat.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR FOOD: eat, drink, apple, banana, ice cream, milk, cookie, egg, hamburger, hot dog, sandwich, bread, cheese, cereal, juice,

peanut butter, jelly, pie, soda pop, water, cup, bowl, plate, spoon, fork, knife.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR SCHOOL: school, book, desk, pencil, crayon, stop, recess, time, library, teacher.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR ANIMALS: cat, dog, alligator, bear, elephant, fish, frog, kangaroo, monkey, octopus, seal, sheep, snake, turtle, zebra, giraffe, bird, chicken, duck, owl, turkey, horse, cow, fox, deer, raccoon, rabbit, lion, tiger, wolf, skunk, squirrel, mouse.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR NATURE: rain, snow, fire, morning, night, sun, moon, stars, flower, bug, tree, leaf, spider, worm, butterfly.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR HOLIDAYS AND CELEBRATIONS: Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, Valentine, Halloween.

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR DAYS OF THE WEEK: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

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MANUAL ALPHABET: A-Z

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SIGN LANGUAGE FOR SENTENCES: I want soda pop. I want milk. I want cookies. I want milk and cookies. Do you want ice cream? I want ice cream. How are you? I feel fine. I feel good. I feel bad. Are you sick? I am sick. I am happy. I am angry. I am sorry. I am sad. Why are you sad? I love you. Where is your mom? Where is your dad? Where is your coat? Where is your cat? Where is your dog? What is your name? My name is ...............(fingerspell your name). Good morning. Good night. Thank-you. You are welcome. Would you like to come to my party? Yes. No. I am going to bed now. Who is your teacher? I like to read. I need to go to the bathroom. When is your birthday? Can I help you? I love you to the moon. See you later alligator.

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