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Tired

To sign tired, extend your fingers while holding them together in each bent hand. Start with your fingers touching either side of your chest, with your elbows up. Then drop your elbows and shoulders, and stoop your back a little as your curved, open palms also twist downward while still touching the sides of your chest.

It is as if you are so tired you cannot keep holding your arms up.

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The tired baby sign gives your baby a way to tell you when they need to take a nap without getting fussy.

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Remember when teaching the tired sign to really feel and project tiredness. Make a little yawn while making the sign for added effect. The more dramatic you can make signs, the more memorable they are going to be.

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  1. Carolyn Dyson

    I’m raising my grandson, he is now 17 months old. He is doing great with the baby sign language! It amazes me how smart he is and how well we communicate. Other family members keep asking what is he doing? They are also amazed and can better understand him when they learn the meaning. This is a awesome web site! Thanks!

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