Ship is signed quite similarly to sail and boat. To sign ship, cup your hands together in a boat shape, then move them up and down a couple of times. Imagine a mega ship or cruise liner bobbing up and down at the port, while it is anchored and the passengers are embarking to go on a cruise.
This is quite difficult to sign precisely for babies, so you will often see your little one simplify that by pushing their hands or fists together and moving them forward.
Teach your baby or toddler the ship sign when you see a big one on their cartoon show or in their storybook, or if you are preparing to take your family on a holiday cruise.
This is a useful flash card taught best in conjunction with holiday, beach, or seaside-related flash cards.
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