No means NO!
Who has a little toddler that likes to test the boundaries? What do you do when you really mean ‘no’?
A sign can really help your child to understand ‘no’ means ‘no’, in a visual and concrete way.
The good thing is, you can sign ‘no’ into your little one’s visual field, even if they choose not to look at you. It is also a good one to be able to sign when you can’t talk, like when you’re on the phone or have a mouthful of water.
The sign site for Auslan is not working tonight, so here is my description! Make a fist and shake it back and forward like you would shake your head ‘no’, moving from your wrist.