Does anyone (American Sign Language)

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  1. corps2005

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    I use a lot of nonverbal cues in the classroom, and thought about incorporating sign language this year.

    I was able to find most of the ones I need after much searching, but the one sign I can't seem to find on the internet deals with needing a tissue or Kleenex for the nose. It doesn't have to be a whole phrase.

    Does anyone know the ASL sign for this?
     
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    BTW, forgot to add -- great idea!!!
     
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    Awwww I can't see it. :( It needs an Apple plugin for mac :(
     
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    That is so fun! I love the idea of calling it "cold paper".
     
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    You should be able to to access www.asl.com and see the signs.
    I don't know where my books are at the moment or I'd look it up for you.
     
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    This is German car site. :D
     
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    Just do the sign for "cold" (rubbing nose) and the sign for "paper."

    That's how the demonstrator does it.
     

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