Group is signed a bit like class and family, but instead of forming the ASL letter C or F with both hands, you form the letter G instead. Once you have formed both hands into the letter 'G', hold them together with fingertips and thumbs touching in front of you, then pull them apart in mirroring fashion as they form a horizontal circle in front of your body, both meeting again on the far end, the backs of your pinkie knuckles touching this time around.
Teach your toddler the group sign in the context of seeing or being part of a gathering other than your family or their classmates.
This is a useful flash card taught best in conjunction with other signs pertaining to people gathering together, but always first at the instance of experiencing a group activity with your baby or toddler.
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