How to Sign "Let’s wrap this up" in Sign Language

If you are someone facilitating meetings or lectures for Deaf and hard-of-hearing folks, this sign will have their attention as you finish your session!

Signing “Go Ahead”

Form both hands into "closed 5" handshapes and start with your hands in front of your stomach and palms facing your body. Move both hands forward slightly in one swift movement.

Signing “Wrap up”

Form both hands into  "closed F" handshapes and emulate the gesture of wrapping a bow on a gift box. Then sign "U–P."

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