American Sign Language (ASL) uses non-verbal communication and hand gestures to communicate. It's commonly used in deaf communities, but it's become widely popular to teach any child starting at six months old. Studies have shown that teaching the ASL Alphabet to children can make future learning easier by helping them improve letter recognition and vocabulary.
Jumpstart your student's Sign Language Learning with 3 visual charts. The illustrative charts are perfect for printing, laminating, and making it a wall display for the class. Children will enhance... Read More
This 4" x 6" wallet-sized laminated American Sign Language chart (ASL guide) uses pictographs to show letters and common sign language gestures. Communicating with sign language made easy
My main product listing is on TPT, but I will be revising this product, as well. Included in this bundle (at this time) are 72 words, with various boys and girls making the signs. Different races and... Read More
Jumpstart your student's Sign Language Learning with a Sign Language Chart. The illustrative chart is perfect for printing, laminating, and making it a wall display for the class. Children will... Read More