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To do the baby sign for list, bend your dominant hand to form about a 90-degree angle position, with palm facing you. Then take your non-dominant hand to mimic a piece of paper and have the pinkie finger of your dominant hand move down from the top of the non-dominant hand, intermittently touching and lifting off the palm, as if marking a list.

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We mainly use list to begin introducing our toddlers to ordering items or working on tasks following a pattern or series.

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Flash Card

Use the list flash card in conjunction with any set of cards you may want to mix, such as a list of bugs like bee and caterpillar flash cards. You may also want to teach your little ones lists of colors, shapes, fruits, or vegetables.

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