Touch your fingertips to your thumbs, looking like flat 'O' hands in ASL, then brush the fingertips of opposite hands against each other.
Use fix as part of a game to teach your baby about putting things the right way up. For example, if you are looking at a postcard and it is upside down, we tell them to "fix it," meaning they need to re-orientate the photo so it is the right way up. Or we might have a figurine of a horse that is on its side, and the baby needs to learn to put it back on its feet. "Fix it" is a very basic game that you can play with young children. It is easy to play spontaneously; there are many opportunities in your day to have them play the game with everyday objects.
Use the fix flash card in conjunction with signs such as toy or clothes to equip your baby with the skills needed to reduce frustration when they need your assistance in getting something fixed.
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