By Ester Shaffer. Alphabet. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 18:27:03 PM.
You can also help the childs vocabulary to grow by showing them signs for various items. There also exists something called the home based baby sign language. The home based sign language is basically developed between the infant and the parents or the caregivers. Besides this there is something called the Indigenous sign language where the vocabulary or the grammar used in a part of some already existing Indigenous sign languages of that particular region.
In order to make the learning more effective and understanding Sign language charts are developed. These charts have the image of the hand sign which are used to represent alphabets, Arabic numerals etc. Unlike the spoken language, which can be learnt in a theoretical format this sign language needs more practical training rather, being theoretical to master it.
Letter E has a similar representation like A alphabet but here the thumb is kept under the closed fingers. Letter F is represented by keeping the palm flat and stretched and keeping the index finger and thumb coupled. Palm in position represents letter G. Letter H also has the similar position to that of character G but in the palm in position both the index and middle fingers are stretched out.
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