Bring your flat, open hands together toward the center of your body, palms facing each other. For added emphasis to the word, make your body look little by pulling your shoulders in.
Sign little when you want to teach your baby how to describe small or tiny things, like bugs or toys, or when you want your baby to learn how to quantify the food he or she wants to eat, like cereal, berries, french fries, and so on.
Contrast and proportion signs are essential to teaching your baby how to communicate complex ideas. Teach little by getting two objects of the same type but in different sizes.
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