ASL Winter Vocabulary Bundle

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    This ASL winter BUNDLE is packed with resources to teach seasonal vocabulary with your deaf and hard of hearing students. You will be able to find an activity for each student in your class to reinforce ASL Winter vocabulary.

    Check out THIS BLOG POST to see ASL Winter Centers in action!

    Vocabulary

    Winter

    December

    January

    February

    snow

    snowman

    snowball

    snow angel

    ski

    snowboard

    ice skate

    hockey

    coat

    hat

    boots

    sweater

    hoodie

    socks

    gloves

    snow pants

    cold

    shovel

    hot chocolate

    ice

    ACTIVITIES

    ASL Winter Vocabulary Cards

    FULL COLOR vocabulary charts

    Print out to use as Anchor charts

    Or, print and cut the cards to put on a ring or in a vocabulary box.

    BLACK AND WHITE vocabulary charts

    These are perfect to send home to help parents and families practice the signs with their students at home.

    ASL Winter “Bingo”

    20 cards included

    Laminate and print all cards and place markers and ENJOY

    Practice your ASL winter vocabulary words as group by playing this engaging game.

    This is a student favorite!

    ASL Winter Puzzles

    Print and laminate cards

    Cut cards apart and allow students to match.

    This activity can be done whole group or independently.

    ASL Winter Vocabulary Multiple choice cards

    Print and laminate the colored sheets and cut into individual task cards. Cards are provided in both sign and picture only formats. Students will look at the picture and use a dry erase marker or clip to indicate the correct answer.

    For additional support, be sure your students have visual access to the Vocabulary Master Lists.

    ASL Winter Spelling cards

    Print and laminate the colored sheets. This could be used at a center

    or as independent work. Students will use a dry erase marker to spell and write the words correctly in the box. You can choose to keep these together on the whole page or cut them apart and put them individually on a ring.

    POCKET CHART CHALLENGE- Cut the pages so the pictures and the spelling pages are separate. Give students the writing portion of the card. Put a picture in the pocket chart and have students

    choose the correct spelling pattern to match.

    BLACK AND WHITE practice sheets are also provided.

    ASL Winter Vocabulary practice

    Each vocabulary word has a full black and white page. Students are able to color and trace the word.

    There is also a cover provided if you would like to make a vocabulary book for each student in your class.

    I included blank writing pages for students who are able to write more and/or would like to write about the winter vocabulary word pages.

    I hope you are able to find a page for each student in your class.

    ASL Winter Vocabulary Worksheets

    Matching

    Graph it

    Read it cut and paste

    Print a copy of each page for your students. If students need

    a reference, provide the master vocabulary list to assist.

    Pages can be added to the black and white vocabulary pages to make

    a workbook for each student to complete.

    ASL Winter Get Dressed for Winter sequencing book

    3 books

    1 color

    1 B&W

    1 interactive

    Color Book

    I print one copy of this as my master/teacher copy. You can read as book or use it as a sequencing activity.

    Student book

    Students can independently read and color the book.

    Interactive Book

    Students cut and paste the picture to match the story.

    ASL WINTER BOOM CARDS

    4 sections

    ASL Winter vocabulary

    See it, Sign it, Read it

    -includes Picture, Sign (2D) and English print

    multiple choice

    view the picture and choose the sign/printed word (choice of 3)

    ASL Winter Graph it

    Drag and drop the pictures in to a graph

    ASL Winter Sentence builders

    Look at the picture and fill in the blanks to complete the sentence.

    ASL Winter Interactive book

    Get Dressed for Winter

    Read the book and choose the correct word to match the piece of clothing needed to stay warm

    You will receive a link to access 81 Digital Task Cards (1 card per slide) on the BOOM Learning℠ website

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
    Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in gathering vocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown term important to comprehension or expression.

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