Correct is signed in several ways. To indicate that your child said or did something correctly, form both your hands into fists and only stick out your pointer fingers (like the number 1 sign). Putting your dominant fist on top of the other at an angle, point towards your child as if to point out, "You're correct! You're right!"
If you mean that something needs correcting, make the same sign as fix: form both hands into a modified letter O sign, and while having them face each other, move them back and forth alternately.
Teach your baby or toddler the correct sign in the context of confirming information or correcting something. As we teach our children new signs or simple motor tasks, it is very important to affirm and encourage them as they build their skills.
Teach your child this sign to correct, affirm and encourage them as they build on their verbal and motor skills.
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