Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Blue

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Blue To sign Blue, make  the letter “b” with your right hand.  Start facing palm toward you, then twist or shake your hand out and away from you from the elbow (without bending your wrist).    

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Water

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is: Water Make the letter W with with one hand and touch your index finger to you mouth twice.

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Family

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is: Family Make the letter F with both hands (it looks a lot like the “ok” symbol, with your index finger and thumb forming circles, while you other three fingers are pointed upward).  Start by touching both sets of index and thumbs together.  Bring your hands out and around, moving […]

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – You’re Welcome

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is: You’re Welcome Place the tips of your fingers near your lips, then move them away from your face.  It’s like blowing a kiss without actually puckering up and blowing.  It’s the same sign as “thank you”.  You could also do a “thumbs up” to say You’re Welcome.

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Answer

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Answer To sign answer, point the index fingers, on both hands, upward then point them away from your body.

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Bus

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Bus To sign bus, you can spell the word up in the air: b (four fingers up and together, thumb folded), u (two fingers up and together) and s (make a fist). You can also sign bus by holding your hand up and to the right of your head, with […]

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Lunch

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Lunch To sign lunch, first sign eat, by placing the fingers of your closed hand to your mouth a couple of times.  Then sign noon, by holding your left arm across your body sideways, with a flat  hand, palm down, then resting your right arm’s elbow on your left hand, having your right hand […]

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Cracker

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Cracker To sign cracker, cross your left arm over your chest, elbow down.  Make your right hand into a fist and tap it a couple of times against your left elbow.

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Juice

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Juice To sign juice, sign j by swooping your pinky finger in a “j” shape, if front of your mouth.

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Sign Language (ASL) Word of the Week – Apple

This week’s American Sign Lanuage word is:  Apple To sign apple, close your hand and place the knuckle of your index finger against your cheek.  Then twist your hand back and forth.

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