Sign nice by laying your non-dominant hand flat with your palm up, and wiping across the hand with your flat, open dominant hand.
You can use nice to let you and your baby each share when something pleases you. When you see a pleasing flower, or pet a friendly dog, you can sign nice, and soon your baby will catch on and start sharing what she thinks is nice. We often use nice as a gentle reminder to prompt a child to share, or to stop playing roughly. This sign also means clean. To sign clean up, you repeat the sign back and forth several times. To avoid confusing your baby, we would use this sign for one of the two meanings, but not both.
Start using nice to describe things and experiences that bring joy into your life and your baby’s life.
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The link from the word ‘clean’ brought me here.
That’s right. It’s because “clean” and “nice” are signed the same way. Cheers!