Browse our Sign Language for Kids Fun Feed below to find fun, free sign language content for kids!
Craving more sign language for kids? Check out more 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.
More ASL Resources:
- You can also purchase a handout of 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’.