How to Sign “Kitchen” in Sign Language

Whether you’re talking about crafting a 5-course meal or just a cup of noodles, knowing this sign is bound to be useful when talking to classmates or co-workers. Life in the kitchen is for everyone!

Signing “Kitchen”

  1. Hand shape: Dominant hand: “K” handshape. Non-dominant hand: Open “5” handshape, palm facing up.
  2. Hand location: Bring both hands in front of your body, a little below chest level. Place your dominant hand on top of your non-dominant palm.
  3. Movement: Flip your dominant “K” across your non-dominant palm, as if flipping pancakes.
  4. Facial expression: Keep a neutral facial expression.

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