How to sign banana in ASL

Learn 10 ASL Signs for Fruits

by | Themes, Useful Signs

Let’s learn some new signs!

Whether your baby is starting with purees, or diving right in to some delicious fingers foods, fruit is probably on the menu.

If you’re just starting out, you don’t need to learn the sign for every single food your baby eats – in fact, simply signing “eat” is a great place to start.

But as your baby begins to show preferences for certain foods, or even develops a clear favorite, you’ll want to teach your baby the sign for that special treat.

Sweet, juicy fruits are popular faves for babies, so watch through the below video and see if there are any your little one might want to learn. That way they can let you know what they want!


 Baby Sign Language (ASL) Signs for Fruits

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Thanks for watching and have fun signing!

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