Are you looking for an ASL (American Sign Language) printable game for the alphabet? This free ASL printable for the alphabet is perfect to print or to laminate and reuse over and over. It is a fun way for kids (or even adults) to learn the ASL alphabet.
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Our family loves learning ASL (American Sign Language) together. I actually started classes to become an interpreter for the Deaf but decided to take a break from school until my children are older, I am a two under two survival after all. I think ASL is a fantastic language for children (and adults!) to learn.
We’ve had a lot of fun doing this on our own as well as printing a few out for our homeschool preschool group! It has been great teaching the kids sign language together.
⭐ Why should preschoolers learn ASL?
Like I said before, I think 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:
- Up to a 12 IQ point increase
- 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
In my personal experience, I found my son’s vocabulary exploded once I started my interpreter classes and I began signing with him every day. My daughter also started speaking and signing at a very young age. I really do think there is something about the muscle memory helping them to learn letters and words. But don’t take my word for it, try this fun alphabet match up game with your preschoolers today.
⭐ How to play this ASL alphabet match up game
This game does require the knowledge of the ASL alphabet. If you need some extra help with remembering the alphabet signs check out this post. To play the game, cut out the ASL alphabet signs and then have match them with the appropriate letter on the last two sheets. I recommend laminating the pieces so that they last longer!
I love our laminator from Amazon and I use for all kinds of busy binder sheets, learning activities, and crafts with my kids.
⭐ Some of our family’s favorite ASL resources from Amazon
My family absolutely loves Signing Time. It was also a top choice for our homeschool preschool group when a host had to cancel last minute. One of us could still host and just watch an episode of Signing Time. I feel a lot less guilty if my children have screen time because Signing Time is just so educational.
Signing Time has been one of our biggest resources for learning basic ASL. You will truly learn a lot from these DVDs.
These wooden ASL alphabet and number tiles are brilliant. They are wonderful for those starting on their ASL journey.
These ASL flashcards are great. They have all the basics including letters, numbers up to 20, and a lot of other basic vocabulary words.
These ASL blocks are also one of our favorites.
I have created some free printable coloring pages for ASL listed below but if you want to add to your resources this coloring book is also great. I love it for when we are out at restaurants or other places.
I’m a sucker for these twistable crayons. They great for on the go and they don’t get broken as much. Plus, the colors are super fun.
If you liked this ASL printable for ABCs, you might also like these posts:
- Preschool Numbers 0-9 ASL Printable
- Free ASL Alphabet Coloring Pages
- Free ASL Numbers Coloring Pages
- Teaching the ASL Alphabet to Children
- Free Busy Binder Pages
How to download and print
To download and print the alphabet printable simply click the download button below. The PDF should be printed on landscape setting, in black and white, and on regular (8 ½ by 11 inch) paper.
This printable is free for personal use or single classroom use only, no commercial reproduction of any kind is allowed.
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Thank you so much for freely sharing this. My kindergartener is doing a brief study on the5 senses and we are incorporating how the deaf use their hands for more than we do, because their hearing is not as strong as ours. This lead us to wanting to learn a little ASL. I searched high and low, and I appreciate these.
So glad you liked these. Thank you so much for your kind note.
Thank you for sharing this. I hope it will be helpful for so many people out there
Oh I love this! My older kids would even enjoy doing this.
This is neat! My oldest has been starting to want to learn Spanish, so I’ve been teaching those basics. This would be cool to try next.