Hand shape: “V” with right hand, palm facing you
Location: near side of your right eye
Tip: The “V” becomes your eyes.
Action: Start at the corner of your eye, move forward a short distance.

This sign can be used throughout the day in games such as “Peek-A-Boo, I see you”. You could also greet your baby at her bed by saying “Good morning, I see you!” For your older child, during story time, ask them to find things, “Do you see the bird?”

Article: 12 Things Your Kids Must See You Do, Babble.com

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