Baby Sign for Teddy Bear

Both dominant and non-dominant arms are crossed over your chest with your hands spread open resting on the front of your shoulders. Then, like you are scratching, curl your fingers and thumbs into a loose fist repeatedly.

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Apple | Ball | Bath | Dog | Drink | Eat | Father | Finish | Full | Help | Hungry | I love you | Milk | More | Mother | Pain/Hurt | Please | Scared/Afraid | Stop | Telephone | Thank you | Water

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