Pear in Sign Language
Learn how to sign pear in ASL (American Sign Language). It can be part of a healthy diet of fruits and veggies!
- Bring one hand up about chest height, palm up and all fingertips pressed together. This is the pear.
- Take your other hand and cover the first hand. Draw the second hand up and to the fingertips of the first hand.
- This sign shows the shape of a pear. Use this visual to help you remember the sign.
Teaching Tips – to learn how to sign pear in ASL
- Find some toy fruit, including a pear. Play a matching game with your child where you sign the fruit and your child picks out the one you’ve indicated. Then switch roles.
- Basic sign language for babies often starts with food. Learn the sign for pear and a few other fruits and vegetables that you offer frequently. Each time you offer it to your child, reinforce with the sign.
Pear. One hand makes the shape of a pear. The other hand slides over the pear. Pear.
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