It’s time for another set of free printable flashcards! I hope you all are enjoying these, because I love sharing them with you!
This week, we’re offering a set of free flashcards for learning the American Sign Language alphabet!
Even if you don’t know anyone who’s deaf or hard or hearing, you can still use sign language with your kids, particularly babies and toddlers.
We love American Sign Language in our family, so we’ve been teaching it to the kids from a young age.
Around here, Piglet is showing an interest in signing now. She tries to sign prayers and songs along with us.
When she does something to one of her siblings, she generally apologizes by signing “Sorry”. It’s too cute!
Keep reading to see how to get your set. And, see how to grab a deluxe sign language alphabet printable learning cards set from my store too!
By the way, if you love these, stop by and check out our Sign Language Number 1-10 cards as well!
What’s In the Free Printable Flashcards: Sign Language Alphabet Pack?
To use these sign language alphabet flashcards, you’ll need the following: (Affiliate links are provided in this post. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Laminator (if you want to reuse these)
The set includes a full set of ASL alphabet flashcards, with one card for each letter from A to Z.
There’s also a second set of cards that just features the ASL alphabet signs. You can use these to review the letters.
Since the uppercase and lowercase letters are shown, you can also use these flashcards to help little learners identify their letters.
Plus, these make a great matching game for young learners who are learning to distinguish between “same” and “different”.
Kids can match up the same English letters or ASL letters and compare them to different letters in the set.
Sign Language Alphabet Printable Learning Cards
Turn learning the ASL alphabet into a complete literacy lesson with these printable sign language alphabet learning cards!
These printable sign language letter cards feature both brown and beige skin tones, along with uppercase and lowercase letters.
A line art version is also included, if you want to save on ink. Or you can have students color them in.
A set of printable line art ASL alphabet letter cards is also inside, plus a set of uppercase and lowercase letter cards.
Print them on cardstock and let students play a matching game at literacy centers!
See this product in action in the video below!
Scroll down to get these printable ASL alphabet learning cards!
How to Teach Kids to Sign the Alphabet
If you’d like more resources for teaching the letters in ASL to kids, try the books and links below!
Books for Teaching the Sign Language Alphabet:
1. ABC Phonics: Sing, Sign, and Read – Nellie Edge
2. American Sign Language Alphabet – Jackie Jeffrey
3. Learn the American Sign Language Alphabet – Barb Asselin
4. A is for American Sign Language – Tiffany Dovel
Ideas for Teaching the Sign Language Alphabet:
1. Teaching American Sign Language to Kids – Real Life at Home
2. How to Sign the ASL Alphabet – Look! We’re Learning!
3. Weaving Sign Language into Everyday Activities – Playing with Words 365
Get even more ideas for teaching sign language to kids from these posts!
To get your copy of our ASL alphabet flashcards free, click the image or the link below to have them sent to your inbox!
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To get our printable Sign Language Alphabet Learning Cards (with color skin tones and matching activity), click the image or the link below to visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store!
>>> Sign Language Alphabet Printable Learning Cards <<<
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Amber L. says
Thanks for the printable. My 5 year old is always wanting to learn signs for words and I know she would enjoy learning the alphabet.
Jennifer Tammy says
Selena, this rocks! Pinned!
Thank you for this – I have featured it in the Kids Co-op Literacy round up.
What a fun idea! I pinned this.
Thanks for linking up to TGIF!
Samantha @ Stir the Wonder says
These are awesome! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you stop by again next week!
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Selena Robinson says
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Sharon Tirado says
where is the download link…….
Selena Robinson says
Hi Sharon! This is available in our exclusive Subscriber Library. Once you sign up for the email newsletter, you’ll receive the password to download these flashcards and lots of other printables!
rogelia reduca says
Thank you, these flashcards could help me in teaching deaf pupils.
I am just a kid who wants to learn sign language and the flashcards help so much!! Thank you!!!