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SPIDER: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "spider"

To do the sign for "spider" use "curved 5-hands" to represent the legs of a spider.  Wiggle the fingers up and down as you move the sign forward a short distance.




Sample sentence: YOU AFRAID SPIDER?




If you were discussing a SPIDER in a story and wanted to show it crawling up a tree, one way to show that:




If you wanted to show to concept of SPIDERMAN, a way to show that is:




If you want to learn more animal signs, check out:




Also see: INSECTS

Also see: ANIMALS

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