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Sign Language (ASL) Wordsearch- 12 puzzles (packet 2)
12 puzzles-These wordsearches are a fun break from the same old, same old. These puzzles gives introductory students a chance to practice fingerspelling recognition and skills. More advance students also love the puzzles. These puzzles give teachers an opportunity a chance to introduce new topics
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Classroom ASL Board Game - Large Board Game
Have you ever dreamed of turning your entire classroom into a board game and making your students the game pieces? Now you can with this awesome game made for American Sign Langauge classes. This board game can be used for vocabulary practice, unit review, to prepare for final exams or to just make
$5.00
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ASL Scattergories
Use this game to review vocabulary. It is a word documents that can be edited to fit your classroom needs. Categories are: colors, clothes, people, what people enjoy doing, animals, cities/states, holidays, time, classroom items, and school locations/items.I use this as a review for my ASL 2, 3, or
$2.00
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The 5 Minute Activity Bundle
11 pages of 5 minute talking prompts. Get students talking using this activity as a warm up, review, bell ringer, to fill the last 5 minutes of class, or as a brain break in the middle of class. Each page is in color and can be projected or copied and distributed to students. There is a space for
$4.00
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The 5 Parameters Board Game
This is a "board" game designed to review signs. The focus of the game is for players to think about the five parameters and signs they know or can create by changing parameters and connecting like parameters. The game can be used for unit review, final exam preparation or a great sub activity.
$5.00
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ASL I Mosquito Game Power Point
A great game to use as a review tool for beginning ASL I students and returning ASL II students! This game is created for full class participation, focusing on basic vocab review and recognition, including: family, clothing, gender, hearing status, colors, appearance, numbers, shapes, and basic co
$2.99
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End of Break/Unit Review Activities
Use these games and activities to review vocabulary, grammar, and culture after a long break or the end of a unit. These activities will allow you to get students back on track or prepared for an exam.The packet has 6 activities with instructions and most have materials included. Activities include:
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American Sign Language Classifiers Bundle
This bundle includes:1) ASL Classifiers: Introduction and Learn Basic Classifiers This is a powerpoint with classifier introductions and videos to analyze2) Classifier Presentation Directions and Scoring Sheet This is an assignment to assess students use of classifiers. Rubric incl
$7.50
$6.00
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Roll the Dice Review
This game can be used for all language levels to review vocabulary. Directions are written for game to be played with a deck of vocabulary cards (not provided) or a vocabulary list you have created. There are six challenges for students to complete while reviewing vocabulary. Student Directions:
$1.00
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Weather Dice Game - Conversations
This dice game is used to encourage conversations. Students roll the dice, find the conversation topic and talk for 1 - 2 minutes about that topic. When the student is done, the group will ask questions, make comments, offer suggestions or tell something they have experienced.This is a fun way for s

Also included in: ASL Dice Games Bundle

$3.00
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Tell Me More Conversation Board
Tell Me More is a communicative activity for upper level ASL students. This activity is great for partners, small groups or presentational conversations.Topics can be used at stations or as assessments.This can also be left on a sub day when there is no signing substitute. There are 16 various topic
$3.00
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Dice Game - Sports and Recreation
Use this fun game to give students the opportunity to practice sports and recreation signs while expressing their opinions and having conversations. The game allows students to talk about sports and recreation while having fun. The game needs 2 dice. The game can be played in small groups or with

Also included in: ASL Dice Games Bundle

$3.00
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I Have Who Has 50 States Card Game - ASL
This game is used to practice vocabulary for the 50 states of America. Each card contains the phrase "I have (the state from the former card), who has..." and the manual alphabet that spells out the next state.Each card has an outline of the state that is being "looked for." To play, each student
$5.00
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WH Question Cube - American Sign Language
Entice students with this adorable cube activity. Cube has sign images of WH question with NO English words. Use as a bell ringer, review activity, or for the last five minutes of class. This is a great way to get language practice in. Cube reviews: - WHY - WHERE - WHICH - WHEN - WHAT - WHO
$2.00
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ASL Halloween Board Game
This is a FREE Creative ASL Teaching Resource for you to use for your classroom. Enjoy this fun game with students while working on WH questions and answers. What a fun and engaging activity to help students use langauge in the classroom. You may also like these other ASL Halloween activities:The 5

Also included in: ASL Halloween Activities Bundle

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Sign Language Word Search
ASL word search. Look for basic sign language introductory terms in this fun word search. Students learn their ABC's in ASL and learn to read fingerspelling by searching out the hidden terms. It is also a great way to introduce students to basic conversational terms. The puzzle can also be used a
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American Sign Language Lesson Plan - Gestures
Lesson Plan for American Sign Language classes (middle school or high school) to help students step out side of their box. This activity can give students a better understanding of their signing skills. Note - student doesn't have to know ASL when doing this activity.
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American Sign Language Lesson Plan - Facial Expressions
Lesson Plan for American Sign Language classes (middle school or high school). It's a mini activity when introducing facial expressions.
FREE
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Dice Game - Clothing
Use this fun game to give students the opportunity to practice clothing related vocabulary and Descriptive Classifiers (DCLs). This game also lets students be creative in putting together their own what not to wear outfit with the clothing on the grid. Game needs 2 dice. Game can be played in s

Also included in: ASL Dice Games Bundle

$3.00
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ASL Number Codes
Number codes are a fun way for students to practice vocabulary and get some extra number practice in. This packet contains 9 differnt number codes in both color and black and white for easy projection or copying. Create your own codes for vocabulary words you want your students to work on. Don't see
$6.00
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ASL Classifiers Describe and Draw Activity: Describing Animals
This is a fun review game I play with my students. They must use ASL to describe a picture from the powerpoint. Their partner must try to draw what is being signed without looking at the picture. In this powerpoint, students need to use classifiers to describe the animal pictures. Powerpoint inc

Also included in: American Sign Language Classifiers Bundle

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ASL 1 - NMS practice
It's difficult for hearing students to get used to using NMS. This is a fun way to use NMS in a game format to ease the pressure of "making faces". Distribute cards to students. Have them go to the door, open it as if what is on their card is on the other side of the door. Make sure that they
$2.00
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Fingerspelling Pyramid - food
Remember the TV Game show $1,000,000 Pyramid? It's a great way to practice FS! Print as many sets of the cards as you like. Divide students into pairs or groups of 3-4. Give one student in each group a category card and write the category on the board. S1 can give hints as to the words that are on
$1.00
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ASL I:  Mosquito Game Part II
"Mosquito" is a class favorite for all levels of ASL student. This game is created for full class participation, focusing on basic vocab review and recognition, including: family, clothing, countries, games, school levels (ie freshmen, etc.), commands, gender, hearing status, colors, appearance, nu
$4.49
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