Sign Language Action Words :: ASL Activities to Teach Action Words

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Are you looking to incorporate sign language into your classroom? This packet is for you if:

1. You're teaching American Sign Language (ASL) to a young learner as a form of communication.
2. You're a teacher who wants to teach her class some basic signs.
3. You want to add multi-sensory learning experiences into the classroom to teach a basic concepts (like verbs).

This packet includes a mix of print and go resources and resources that need to be prepared by staff. There are posters, an interactive book, coloring pages and a mini-book.

There are 11 actions targeted in this packet. Those include: come, go, think, use, want, write, talk, hear, eat, drink, find.

About the Author:
Jenna Rayburn, MA, CCC-SLP is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She works full time as a school SLP in Ohio. Jenna was an invited speaker at the American Speech and Hearing Association Convention in 2016. She’s presented at the national, state, and local level about a variety of topics related to school-based speech and language therapy. Jenna has created over 350 resources for her fellow SLPs and is the number one SLP seller on TpT.

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