Again in Sign Language
Learn how to sign again in ASL (American Sign Language). When learning ASL, the sign for “again” is a favorite for many children, especially at playtime! Learn how to sign “again” with these simple steps.
- Hold one hand out in front of you, flat with the palm up.
- Cup the other hand slightly and make an arc, taping your fingertips into the flat hand.
Teaching Tips – to learn how to sign again in ASL
Knowing how to sign “again” can help your little one communicate the desire to repeat lots of fun things – from tickles, to pushes on the swing, to re-reading a favorite book. You can model this with simple phrases, signing “again” each time you say it.
- Do you want to read this book again?
- Do you want Mommy to push you on the swing again?
- Let Daddy tie your shoe again!
- Let’s sing that song again!
- Do you want to watch Baby Signing Time again?
Again. Would you like to try it again? This is the sign for again. Put a flat hand out and your rounded hand taps into it, again and again!
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