“I Love You” Sign Language Valentine Cards by Children

February 8, 2012

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I learned something new this week. The sign language symbol for “I love You.”

Ms Annie traced the hands of the children in her class and created this loving board for all of the parents.

I know that Jeannine’s children are busy stitching homemade Valentine cards for friends and family.

I thought this would be a great idea to teach them. They have added this sign language design to their Valentine cards. So simple and so sweet. They simply trace and cut out their hand and then glue down the two middle fingers.

You know Grandma would just love receiving this card from her little sweethearts. I know I would!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Life with Joyce

Come win: Me and You by Genevieve Cote

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Natalie February 8, 2012 at 8:15 pm

Oh, this is a very neat idea! It also works well with Gorillas in the Morning book from MTH series where they were talking about this sign.

Diana February 9, 2012 at 9:01 am

Another cute idea!

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