How to Say “Fun” in Sign Language?

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For those of us who are deaf signing is the way we communicate.

But did you know that you can also use sign language to express fun? Saying “fun” in sign language is a great way to show your friends and family that you’re having a great time! Here’s how to do it.

Getting Started

The first step to signing “fun” is to learn the sign language alphabet.

This will help you recognize the signs and form them correctly.

Once you’ve mastered the alphabet you’re ready to move on to signing “fun”.

Making the Sign

To sign “fun” you’ll start with the sign for “F”.

To make this sign start by making a loose fist with your dominant hand.

Then extend your index finger and thumb forward and out as if you’re pointing at something.

Your other three fingers should be tucked back slightly.

This is the sign for “F”.

Next make the sign for “U”.

To do this extend your index finger and thumb forward and out as if you’re pointing at something.

Then curl your other three fingers into a loose fist.

This is the sign for “U”.

The last sign for “fun” is the sign for “N”.

To make this sign start by curling your index finger and thumb into a loose fist.

Then extend your other three fingers outward.

This is the sign for “N”.

Putting it All Together

Once you’ve mastered each of the individual signs it’s time to put it all together.

To sign “fun” start by making the sign for “F” with your dominant hand.

Then move your hand to the right and make the sign for “U”.

Finally move your hand to the left and make the sign for “N”.

You’ve now successfully signed “fun” in sign language!

Final Thoughts

Learning how to sign “fun” in sign language is a great way to show your friends and family that you’re having a great time! With a little practice you’ll be signing “fun” in no time.

So get out there and have some fun!