Do you teach your students the alphabet in sign language? Here are some great ASL Alphabet Videos to help your class!
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ASL Alphabet Videos
ASL ABC Lesson and Song – Learn Sign Language Alphabet by Laura Berg Life
This is a great video of a girl showing her mom how to make each letter of the alphabet. In the end, she sings the ABC song using the signs.
EASIEST way to learn your ASL ABCs | Slowest alphabet lesson by Laura Berg Life
This is another great video that shows very slowly and clearly how to make each letter shape.
Learn How to Sign The Alphabet (ABCs) in ASL by Learn How To Sign
This is another great video that clearly shows your little learners how to make each letter. She has some great tips in the video too. In the end, she helps explain finger spelling and encourages them to fingerspell their names.
Phonics Song for Children | Alphabet Song by Patty Shukla
I love Patty Shukla’s videos not only for the ASL factor, but she has an individual one for each letter of the alphabet to help with beginning sounds. Definitely on the top of my list. In this particular video, she goes through the letters signing them and giving examples of a word that begins with the letter, and then signs that word too.
See It, Say It, Sign It | Letter Sounds | ASL Alphabet by Jack Hartmann
Jack Hartmann is another one of my favorites. He has several different ASl alphabet videos so make sure to check out his channel here. In this particular video, you see the letter, say it, and use different words with the beginning sound and sign it.
Learn ASL w/ Josh & Blue | Sign Language for Kids by Blue’s Clues & You!
This is a great video that your class can sing and sign along with the alphabet after they have learned it. The video continues on to teach some additional words in sign language as well.
I also made a Free ASL Alphabet Poster so your students can easily review the hand signs. You can grab it for free here.
What other kinds of ways do you incorporate ASL into your classroom? Share with us below in the comments!
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