To sign trophy, form both hands into the ASL letter Y sign, then tilt and hold both hands so that the knuckles on each hand are vertically aligned and facing each other. With just a little space between both 'Y' hands, bring them forward together in unison, as if you are an award-giving entity presenting a trophy to the winner of the competition.
Teach your toddler the trophy sign in the context of watching the awarding ceremony after a competition, whether it be in person, on screen, or read in a story. Explain to your child that a trophy is one kind of award given to the Number 1 player or winner in any competition.
This is a useful flash card taught best in conjunction with the flash cards for sports, academics, the arts, or other kinds of competitions or races where trophies are awarded.
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