American Sign Language meets Spanish Vocabulary**
Touch a right “d” hand to the lips,
glancing the top and then the bottom lip in a downward motion.
fingertips and thumb of an open and slightly curved right hand to the
chest. Move the hand forward, while closing it so that the fingertips
touch about eight
inches in front of the chest.
Slight shake a
right “B” hand as you hold it to the right of the body
the index-finger side of a right “d” hand to the forehead. Then move it
across the forehead, (just above the eyebrows) in a left to right
an “s” hand in front of the mouth to pantomime squeezing an orange.
shake a right
Hold the right “Y” hand to the right side
of the body,
gently rotating it side to side several times.
Draw a right “b” hand across the right
cheek, starting at
side of the nose and ending at the bottom of the mouth.
Draw a ‘p’ hand down across lips.
“p” hand to the right of
the body and move once from side to side.
fingers through open spaces between fingers as hands move in opposition.
Ideas for learning games:
– print this page.
– glue a sheet of construction paper to the back of the page
– Cut the page into the ‘squares’ as indicated – reconstruct the ‘lines’ like a puzzle – example – place all the ‘red’ words together.
Play your own version of Concentration – any two squares that are the same word meaning can be matched.
(Remove one square from each word with a picture option. Dealer’s choice!)
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