To sign kiss, start by extending your fingers and holding them together. Then touch your mouth, followed by your cheekbone.
It is like you showing someone how to give a cheek kiss. They take their lips and touch them on your cheek.
Sign kiss before you give your baby a kiss, and when you want your baby to reciprocate.
We incorporated the sign for kiss as a way to expand our baby’s emotional expression. We would ask our babies to blow a kiss when grandma was about to leave the house.
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Firstly, thank you for such a great resource!!!
Just wondering, does it matter which hand you use for the signs? I find myself using both left and right hands depending on where I am in relation to my son but don’t want to be doing this if it is incorrect.
Thanks in advance 😊
ADMIN – Hi Kayla,
Dominant hand always leads the sign.
On “kiss” the video is different from the flash card. Which one is correct? Thank you.
ADMIN – Hi Annemarie,
Both are correct. I find the version on the video is the easier to teach to young children.
I love these as I am 90% deaf and doing sign language with my daughter. These help me to teach my husband and family so we are all together on the same sheet.
That’s so awesome! I learned ASL so I could communicate with people who are deaf or mute.
This is awesome I love it