Allison Bouffard of Too Cute for Words
-This American Sign Language Alphabet chart is easy to print and display for the class to refer to(especially if you enlarge it on your copier). This ASL ABC chart is also great to print for individuals to have at their desks or tables. I use this during morning meeting or circle time, to go over each letter of the alphabet, its sound, the corresponding ASL sign for the letter and an object sign that corresponds with the beginning sound. You can see a preview of how to use a chart like this when signing in the classroom at http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/13980-sign-language-in-the-classroom-part-2
We use the alphabet hand signs as a quick way for students to indicate their answer choices. It lets me see who chose what just by scanning the room. Even after more than 100 days of school some children still ask how to make the letters! I am going to print this for them to keep at their desk.