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Prince is signed first by making the ASL sign for 'P', and then tracing the 'P' across your chest like a Prince's sash.

Make the sign for the letter 'P' by taking your dominant hand and making it into a fist with you index finger pointing up, your middle finger extended at 90 degrees, and your thumb cradled between the two fingers. Then starting at your non-dominant shoulder, trace a path across your body to your dominant hip.

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Royalty signs like prince often figure prominently in children's books. We help our baby understand the concept of prince, princess, king, & queen by tying them to the concept of boy, girl, daddy, and mommy.

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Flash Card

Use the royalty flash cards together when you introduce the signs. The images with the different genders and ages will help illustrate the meaning of these four signs.

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