Mountain in Sign Language
Learn how to sign mountain in ASL (American Sign Language). Is there one nearby to try to climb?
- First sign rock by tapping one fist on top of the other.
- Next raise your hands up so one is placed above the other, palms open and facing away from you.
- This sign shows a rock that is really big – like a mountain! Use this visual to help you remember the sign.
Teaching Tips – to learn how to sign mountain in ASL
- Make a play mountain out of clay. What lives on a mountain? Can you make those out of clay too? Sign mountain as you talk about the creation.
- Create reading games for children that show progress – up a mountain! Draw a large mountain on a piece of paper. Provide a photo or drawing of the child (she can make her own!) and a designated number of steps. Let’s say you choose 10. Each time your child finishes a book, she can move her figure up the mountain another step. When she reaches the summit she gets a prize – maybe a new book!
Mountain! Sign rock and show how big it is! Mountain. Mountain!