Sign Language I Heart You
Saying I Love You is not just for Valentine’s Day. This Sign Language I Heart You craft says I Love You in every language; Mother’s Day and every day. The FreeKidsCrafts Team designed this craft to help pass the love around.
Sign language was first developed in France in the 1700’s and was the basis for American sign language. Source: Very Well Health – The History of Sign Language.
- Craft glue
- Foamy hearts
- Fold a piece of paper in half and cut out heart to use as a pattern. Lay on a piece of foam and trace around the pattern. Cut out the heart.
- Lay your left hand on a flesh colored piece of foam and trace around. Cut out hand print and fold down two fingers and glue using the picture as a reference. Glue handprint to heart.
- Glue trim around heart and add foamy hearts or make some of your own.
- Let dry and present to Mom or someone you love.
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