To sign gravy, form the ASL letter Y sign with your dominant hand, then tip it on the thumb side to mimic a gravy boat pouring gravy onto a dish or platter. With your 'gravy boat' tipped on the spout side, form a circle laterally, as if you are spreading the gravy evenly around the dish as you pour.
Teach your toddler the gravy sign when you are having a sumptuous Thanksgiving spread, or when dining out at a restaurant that serves gravy along with the main course.
Teach your toddler this sign in conjunction with the usual courses served during Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other occasion where turkey, chicken, and roast beef are usually served.
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