Cookie in Sign Language
Learn how to sign cookie in ASL (American Sign Language) and enjoy practicing along with a sweet treat.
1. Bring one hand up about chest height, palm up, fingers together and pointing away from you.
2. Bring the other hand up, curled into a c-shape, and tap and slightly twist the fingertips on the extended palm of the first hand.
3. This sign looks like you are showing a big cookie in the palm of your hand. Use this visual to help you remember the sign.
Teaching Tips – to learn how to sign cookie in ASL
- Counting games for kids come alive with cookies. First cook up a batch of favorite and then count how many you make. If the cookies are divided evenly, how many does each person get? (Hint: You can sort them into piles to help young children solve this simple division problem!)
- Who else does your child know who loves cookies? Encourage them to help you make a batch and then share with a neighbor or a friend. While they’re sharing the cookie, make sure they teach the recipient the sign for cookie too!
Cookie. Show the shape of a cookie on your hand. Cookie.
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