Juice in Sign Language
Learn how to sign juice in ASL (American Sign Language). Whether it be grape, orange, apple, or cranberry you child loves juice.
- Bring one hand up about head height. Extend the pinky finger and tuck the rest of the fingers into your palm.
- Swoop the pinky finger through the air in a J-shape
- If you use your right hand, swoop to the left. If you use your left hand, swoop to the right.
- J is for juice – and this sign looks just like the sign for the letter J too! Use this phonemic clue to help you remember the sign.
Teaching Tips – to learn how to sign juice in ASL
- Teaching sign language to babies is easy when you start with something they love and use often – such as food and drink! Each time you offer juice, pair it with the sign.
- Once children begin to understand a couple of signs for drinks (such as milk and water), give your child a choice and have him tell you which he’d prefer by using the sign.
Raise your little pinky finger and swoop it like a J for juice. Juice. Show me juice!
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