I'm making up a children's vocabulary handout in the form of a quiz. The children work in pairs, A and B, they must ask each other questions and the guess the right answer. The definitions have to be brief and easy for Italian 7 to 9 year-olds to understand and say. One of the questions is the following
It's a hand action you do / make / give when you say “hello” or “goodbye”
The answer (which can also be mimed) could be "shake" but it doesn't match the answer in the handout, and in the hints section, the clue reads: "It begins with the letter ‘W’"
Should I write "it's a hand action you make" or "It's a hand action you do"? We can also give a wave to someone, so should I use that verb instead?
Which of the three verbs in bold fits the best and sounds the most natural?