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Queen

The sign for queen looks like you are outlining the queen's sash with the ASL letter 'Q'.

Start by taking your dominant hand and extending your thumb and index finger into the ASL sign for 'Q'. Then take your hand and starting at the opposite shoulder, trace a path across your body to your non-dominant hip.

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The sign for queen and other royalty signs such as king, prince, and princess can often be incorporated into story time.

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You can teach the royal family signs together. It often helps to explain that the queen is the mommy, the king is the daddy, the princess is the girl, and the prince is the boy.

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2 Responses to “Queen”

  1. Beth Keyes

    I been wondering the sign for “queens” (because of the song “Walking Home” that I love so much from Tina Malia & Kenny Loggins;) (& family & other things; too.) “What about the song “Pie Jesu?” Beth

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    • Baby Sign Language Administrator

      Hi Beth, Nice songs you’ve mentioned there. Unfortunately, though we have the sign for Jesus, we don’t provide Sign Language for entire songs like “Pie Jesu” on this website. You can probably find it on YouTube. If not, the longer way about it would be to translate “Pie Jesu” from Latin to English, then learn the signs for the key English words in the lyrics. Cheers!

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