Teach your advanced toddler the question sign when he or she is already able to string various signs together as you sign a whole sentence, and you punctuate it interrogatively. That way, they'll know you are asking them a question and not making a declarative statement. Remember to still inflect your voice and use the proper facial expressions when asking the question.
This is a useful flash card taught best in conjunction with common question words that will encourage your child to think, imagine, and come up with answers.
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