Teaching children about Jesus with sign

Sign with us in prayer time and song. Teach your baby or even in your church nursery to sign “Jesus”.

Hand Shape: open “5” with middle finger bent inward
Location: in front of body
Tip: the nails in His hands
Action: Touch the middle finger of one hand into the other hand, then reverse hands

Transcript:  Hi and welcome to Sign Baby Sign. This week’s word is one that many of you were asking me to put on the website. It is Jesus. J-E-S-U-S. This is done with middle fingers bent. You’re going to touch your left hand with your middle finger and then touch your right hand with the other middle finger (shows sign). A little extra bonus this week, I’m going to show you how to sign the song “Jesus Loves Me”.

It’s prayer time. We are going to pray before we eat. Jesus, thank you for our food. Amen!

Song: “Yes, Jesus loves me. Yes, Jesus loves me. Yes, Jesus loves me, for the Bible tells me so.”   Yeah!  Give me high fives!! You did it!!

For those who have a religious background, you will love knowing this new sign as you sing and pray with your children.  Let us know if you have ideas to share with other in using this sign.

Ready to treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind religious sign language shirt, mug, or bag?  Go to our CafePress Shop.  The design is under the “Religious” category and the design is called “Interpret this” with the nail scared I love you hand.  Want to treat yourself a little more? Then we think you’ll especially want the “I love you” family car decals or buy the ‘I love you’ iron-on patch or hand towel for someone special. Order today.

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