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Sign Language For Kids
Free ASL resources on kidCourses:
- ASL Out and About series.
- Check out this free sign language worksheet for kids – it’s a great reference when learning the ASL alphabet.
- Click here for ASL Cut & Paste Letters.
- We have a bunch of fingerspelling handouts here: Fingerspelling Fun, and you can send new request our way via Facebook.
To watch free ASL videos click on a letter below:
Note: Some of these have FREE beginner ASL handouts included. We are actively adding more handouts to the above video links.
ASL Resources Online:
- You can also purchase a 26-page PDF handout which includes the rhymes and illustrations for all 26 letters for just $3 in our shop: Sign Language Worksheets for Kids!
- You may also be interested in checking out the Signing Families website.
ASL Wiki Quick Tip: WORD ORDER
The basic constituent order of clauses in ASL is subject–verb–object. However, the subject, object, or both may be expressed as a topic and then omitted from the clauses and sentences that follow, as ASL is a pro-drop language. The full sentence structure in ASL is [topic] [subject] verb [object] [subject-pronoun-tag]. Topics and tags are both indicated with non-manual features, and both give a great deal of flexibility to ASL word order. Within a noun phrase, the word order is noun-number and noun-adjective.
ASL does not have a copula (linking ‘to be’ verb). For example, my hair is wet is signed ‘my hair wet’, and my name is Pete may be signed ‘[name my]topic P-E-T-E’.
ASL Fun Feed:
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