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Toddler Valentines Day Craft – ASL ‘I Love You’ Hand

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Here is a simple Valentines Day craft and some fun learning for your toddler all in one!

First, teach your toddler how to sign ‘I Love You’ in American Sign Language. Here is a great video from My Smart Hands (the same company that I teach under!)

Next take some paper, either trace your child’s hands, or cut out the shape of a hand. I used my Cricut here, as I needed about 50 for the daycare this week. Grab some glue, and glue down the middle, and ring fingers.

You’ve now made the ‘I Love You’ sign! Add some stickers, and help them address their vanentine to whoever they want to give it to.

Have fun!!

Author: That Mom Blog

I am a blue haired, tattooed, hard working Mom to 2 wonderful little boys, 3 baby related businesses, and a Mom Blog. Working hard at rediscovering me, getting into shape, and trying to balance it all at the same time.

2 thoughts on “Toddler Valentines Day Craft – ASL ‘I Love You’ Hand

  1. Awww.. That’s nice. 🙂 I’m sure the toddlers will be busy with this activity. They get to learn sign language as well. I’d be very happy to get something like that from my little one. 🙂

  2. This is such a cute idea! I love that the whole classroom is learning some sign language. This is all new for grandmothers, but, we try to keep up. Both my hearing grandchildren learned to sign.
    http://newgrandmas.com/9937/beingagrandparent/parenting-family-2/when-did-we-start-teaching-babies-sign-language/comment-page-1/#comment-9780

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