Hello all! I just couldn't find any creative common licensed photos of core signs, so I made my own! Feel free to use these yourself in free or for pay products, whichever, and you do not even need to cite me. (Just don't pretend like I'm you, that'd be a bit creepy.) I am not fluent in sign, in fact I'm only in ASL 1, so please don't regard this as a dictionary. It's just intended as a reminder for kids I've already taught the sign to how to do it. These are also the signs that I think are the most important to know when working with...well, most anyone, actually, these are pretty core.
Table of contents and advice on learning and adapting signs
People and Pronouns - I/me, my/mine, mother/grandmother, father/grandfather, baby, girl/daughter, boy/son
Verbs: stop, more, help, work, come, go, all done, sit, eat, drink, wait, sleep, like, dislike.
Etiquette: sorry, please, thanks
Colors: blue, white, green, yellow, purple, pink, red, brown/grey, orange, black
Prepositions: in, out
Time: now/today, day
Adjectives: hurt, nice/clean, thirsty, hungry, good/bad, big, small, same, old
Feelings: fine, happy, sad, mad
Questions: what, who, where
Wants and needs: book, water, toilet, hug, music (fyi, TV is just by signing the letters)
Misc: yes, no, name, my turn, your turn
And the alphabet