Job has two sign options: either finger-spell the ASL letters J and B (but making sure that the 'B' has your palm facing in this time), or simply make the sign for work.
Teach your toddler the job sign when describing the different types of work done by Mommy and Daddy, Uncle and Aunt, Grandpa and Grandma, and other people in your community whom your child interacts with. It also helps to have toys with different costumes representing various jobs in the neighborhood.
This is a useful flash card taught best in conjunction with specific adult professions and blue-collar jobs that your child can observe in the neighborhood.
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