Here’s a free, printable sign language alphabet book for kids. There are many different ways to use these resource to make learning fun!
Communicating without speaking is a really intriguing concept to children. They enjoy learning each letter to spell different words, but also the signs of different animals and common sayings.
For preschool age children, finger isolation and finger dexterity are essential for fine motor skill tasks such as holding a pencil or using scissors. Using your fingers and hands to sign the letters will strengthen those muscles.
Here are ways you can use this printable Sign Language Alphabet Book to make learning fun:
- Print it out and leave it in book form to refer to.
- Sign the letters along with the Alphabet Song.
- Cut apart the cards, mix them up, and put the letters in alphabetical order.
- Find the letters of your name, put them in order, and learn to sign your name.
- Spell the names of your family members.
- Using letter magnets or puzzle pieces, match a letter to each card and sign the letter when you match it.
- Spell short words (CVC words) with the cards and learn to sign them quickly.
Download and Print the Sign Language Resource HERE
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