Sugar is signed just like dessert or sweet: your dominant hand approaches your chin with a flat palm and lightly brushes it.
We use the sign for sugar contextually by allowing our baby to taste salt and then sugar. We can also let our baby add a little sugar to their fruit or cereal.
Teach the sign for sugar contextually, whether at home in the kitchen, when out buying cotton candy at an amusement park, or when doing your grocery shopping.
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