The sign for triplets starts by holding three fingers up on our dominant hand (thumb, index and middle fingers) and placing them next to our cheek. We move our hand to the far side or the opposite cheek, from the closer cheek on the side of our dominant hand, and beaming with a smile.
We use the sign for triplets when our babies are part of a set of triplets, or we have a nearby friend who has triplets.
The concept of triplets is difficult to teach directly from a flash card, so this should only be included contextually.
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