American Sign Language Resources
Uppercase Alphabet Arc Mat with American Sign Language and 3×3 Boxes from Angela Hanson
The Uppercase Alphabet Arc Mat with American Sign Language and 3×3 Boxes is a great tool to use for small group interventions, alphabet arc activities, centers, and/or literacy work stations. This alphabet arc mat can be used for the following skills: letter recognition, letter sequencing, letter sounds, and consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) word building. Use the mat to improve students’ literacy skills!
American Sign Language Alphabet & Puzzles from A Special Kind of Teaching
Enjoy this freebie from “A Special Kind of Teaching”.
Easter Word scramble in Sign Language from HearMyHands
Practice your fingerspelling by unscramble these frequently used Easter words. This is a great way to remember your American Sign Language letters! Six words (including: Easter, eggs, April and others) are provided with a word bank.
Easter Bunny American Sign Language coloring page from HearMyHands
learn sign language the fun way – coloring!
Easter bunny coloring page with the signs underneath from HearMyHands
ASL: Introduction to American Sign Language FREE SAMPLE from Monday Yummy
Introduction to American Sign Language [ASL] is a 10 lesson course designed especially for very young learners. This free sample is the student worksheet for lesson 1.
ASL Handshape puzzle from Heidi Givens
Practicing letter recognition is a critical skill for reading readiness. The same is true for deaf children learning American Sign Language. They need to practice recognizing the handshapes of ASL. This fun hidden puzzle is free for you to use with your students.
ASL Alphabet Freeze from Barnard Island
In my classroom it is so importnat to use an alphabet freeze that includes sign language pictures. This type of alphabet supports many different types of learners, especially your kinesthetic learners, because they can sign words as they spell them. Enjoy this item for FREE!
American Sign Language Alphabet from Ms. Greer
This is a handout I give my students when we are learning about Helen Keller. It is the American Sign Language Alphabet. My students enjoy learning the alphabet in sign. I have them spell with partners. One of their favorite activities is to spell a spelling word to their partner and have them figure out what word they are signing.
Applications for Learning/Using Sign Language from Consonantly Speaking
This application list showcases applications for learning and using sign language. Applications included are not solely for American Sign Language, but also for British Sign Language, Japanese Sign Language, Thai Sign Language, Spanish Sign Language, and more. It includes the current app icon, current application name, a short description of each application, and the current price at the time this list was released/updated. Applications on this list are for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, and Nook as listed below each application name.
Word Wall Letters & Numerals – American Sign Language from Sped-Ventures
This is a set of word wall posters (half sheet size) featuring the American Sign Language symbols for each letter, as well as numerals 0-9. Great for back to school in special education or inclusion classrooms, or for anyone using sign language/fingerspelling to incorporate the kinesthetic learning style into alphabet and numeral learning. Features letters A-Z and numerals 0-9.
Dolch Pre Primer Sight Words Using American Sign Language (ASL) Video from Tawanda Braswell
Dolch sight words using American Sign Language video. The video contains 40 pre-primer sight words with audio and American Sign Language (ASL) signs. Video length is 7 minutes 2 seconds. The video is a training tool for teachers, parents, and children alike. Research shows that learning sight words or high-frequency words using ASL increased a childs ability to learn the sight word faster than merely visualizing the written word.
Sign Language Numbers Poster from Lauren Reichenbach
This poster demonstrates numbers 1-10 in American Sign Language.
American Sign Language Colours from Yahoo Images
American Sign Language Videos for Homeschoolers from Year Round Homeschooling
We’ve been using American Sign Language in our family for years. I learned ASL as a child and I worked as an interpreter during my late teens, which helped me to build a deep appreciation for the unique beauty of sign language. I’ve since found it to be a wonderful tool for helping kids (both deaf and hearing) to communicate