Look at is signed by extended you middle and index fingers in a 'V' formation, and start pointing one finger at each of your eyes and then at the object of your gaze.
Look at allows you and your baby to share experiences. Introduce the sign by using it to show your baby something of interest. Once your child learns the sign, they can use look at to share their observations with you.
Look at is best taught directly to your child rather than using the flash cards. Use the sign when you want your child to see something special, and they will quickly catch on to the meaning of the sign.
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Why is the sign “look at” necessary? Why not just point a finger at something?
ADMIN – Hi Adrej,
Not necessary, just nice to have.
Love this site. I need to learn for two of my grandsons. This has been very helpful. Thanks.