Carrot in Sign Language
Learn how to sign carrot in ASL (American Sign Language) and use it each time you enjoy this healthy treat.
- Bring on hand up in a light fist – like it is wrapped around an invisible carrot.
- Twist the wrist out while making a biting motion with your mouth.
- This sign looks like you are taking a bite out of a big carrot. Use this visual to help you remember the sign.
Teaching Tips – to learn how to sign carrot in ASL
- Go to the grocery store to pick out some carrots. Will you choose the long skinny ones with the green tops? Or the baby ones in a bag?
- Talk with your child about the differences they see in the carrots available and use the sign.
- Grow fun learning for kids in the kitchen! Did you know you can grow a new carrot from an old carrot top? Take a small dish and line with cotton balls. Place a cut carrot top over them and make sure to keep the cotton balls moist with water at all times. In a couple of days a new sprout will begin. You can track the growth of your new carrot and practice the sign everyday.
Carrot. Pretend you’re holding a carrot and taking a bite! Carrot.
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