These coloring pages are a great way to learn the alphabet in ASL (American Sign Language)!
We have really enjoyed learning American Sign Language (ASL) together as a family. It has become a major part of our homeschool preschool curriculum. These free ASL alphabet coloring pages are great for teaching preschoolers or young children the signs for the ASL alphabet.
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This free ASL alphabet coloring pages printable is easy to download and print out. There is no sign up required to print these ASL alphabet coloring sheets.
This download includes twenty six pages of corresponding letter, sign, and an object that starts with that letter. The pages are simple enough for younger children to color.
Learning the ASL alphabet
If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out my post on teaching preschoolers the ASL alphabet for some helpful hints on how to remember all the signs. Learning the alphabet of a language is so important for language acquisition but it is extra important in ASL because of finger spelling and many signs are based on letters.
Why should preschoolers learn ASL?
Like I mentioned above, I truly believe that ASL is a great language for children to learn. According to this post from Learning Journals there are some fantastic benefits for children who are learning ASL including:
- +12 IQ point advantage
- Accelerated speech and emotional development
- Reinforcement of learning of educational concepts such as ABC’s, animals, and other specific themes
- Helps children remember words because there is muscle memory involved, and the more senses involved in learning, the greater memory retention the child will have
- Improves attentiveness to social gestures of others as well as of themselves
- Larger speaking vocabulary and ability to form longer sentences
- Earlier reading and larger reading vocabulary
I am really blown a way by all the benefits there are from learning ASL! I do think there’s something about the physical motion that helps children learn the alphabet faster.
Looking for some other great ASL resources? We love these below and we also love using our twistable crayons for coloring pages.
How to download the coloring sheets
To download and print this free printable simply click the black download button below. It will download as a PDF file for you to print. This printable is for personal and single classroom use only. No commercial reproduction of these ASL coloring pages are allowed.