Snow - Hold both hands in front of you with the palms slightly downward. Move hands from side to side, all the while making fluttering movements with your fingers.
Springtime - Hold your right hand before you with the palm upward and all the fingertips meeting the thumb. Hold the right hand slightly below the thumb and close-together fingers of the left hand. Move right hand upward, opening up the fingers in a blooming gesture. Do this twice to sign springtime.
Sun - Hold your right hand to the side of your face, palm facing outward. Curve the top digits of the fingers slightly and against your brow, with the thumb against your cheek. Move hand away and slightly up.
Sunlight - Make the above sign for sun and then open and close your fingers in a slightly downward direction.
Summer - Draw your right hand index finger, held straight, across your brow as though wiping away sweat, and then crook the finger at the side of your head.
Temperature - Hold your right hand horizontally before you at chest level with the index finger held pointing left and the other fingers curved inward. Hold the left hand vertically with the left hand index finger pointing upward and making a cross with the right hand index finger.Move the left index finger up and down.
Warm - Bunch your right hand fingers to your mouth and then open all fingers, moving hand away and forward from face as you do so.
Weather - Hold up both hands before you, palms facing outward, with the first three fingers held up straight and the little finger bent to meet the thumb. Move hands downward in a wavy movement. The sign for weather can also be done using just one hand.
Wind - Hold your hands before you, palms facing each other. Move both hands from side to side in a wavy motion.
Winter - Hold your hands up before you with the palms facing inward and each other. On both hands, bend your little finger to meet your thumb. Move arms slightly closer and away. This sign can also be used for 'cold'.
Wonderful - Hold both hands up at shoulder level with the palms facing outward. Move hands slightly forward and back in position. Do this twice.