To sign goose, place your dominant hand in front of your mouth with all fingers bent together and your thumb out, as if to form a beak, then move the hand away from your mouth and forward.
Alternatively, create a beak-like shape with your dominant hand's pointer and middle fingers together, touching your thumb. Then rest your dominant arm's elbow on your flat, horizontal non-dominant forearm, palm facing down. The dominant hand and forearm look like the head and neck of the goose, while the flat non-dominant forearm is the body of the goose.
We love to equip our babies with the right signs to identify and communicate a variety of animals common in our surroundings. We use goose at the lake, farm, and when reading children's books.
Visits to the local lake or pond will trigger interest in water fowl. Teach the sign for goose in context or by using illustrations and videos.
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