Wait in Sign Language Learn how to sign wait. It’s a helpful one for classroom management and helping children learn patience. Bring both hands up in front of you, palms facing in and fingers slightly separated. Wiggle your fingers.
Watermelon in Sign Language Learn how to sign watermelon. This delicious summer treat is always a hit! First sign water by making a W-shaped hand (pointer, middle, and ring fingers held up in a W-shape) and tap it on theRead