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Sign Language Alphabet ABC Coloring Book

The Sign Language ABCs Coloring Book is a great introduction to the sign language alphabet, also known as the manual alphabet. Each page showcases upper and lower case letters, a beautifully illustrated picture that starts with the corresponding letter and the sign language hand shape for each letter. The layout has a consistent design and is perfect for creating an ABC Alphabet room border for your classroom or child’s bedroom. Children can make their own book of signs for reference, or teachers can have each child color one page to make a decorative border for their classrooms. Teachers love using sign language because it engages children and keeps them focused. Children love signing because it is visual and kinesthetic and a whole lot of fun. BUT, Did you know that using sign language with hearing children has oodles of benefits? Baby sign language empowers infants with communication before they can speak. Toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary school students can learn to spell using the manual alphabet. Additionally, Sign Language is a valuable learning tool for children with autism, Down’s syndrome, and other learning disabilities. Using sign language is a great way to introduce letter sounds and practice spelling with all children. This book specially designed with the back of each page left blank so that users can tear out the pages for display. Read More

Sign Language Alphabet ABC Coloring Sheets & Room Border

Your students will love learning the sign language alphabet (“manual alphabet”) with this Sign Language ABC download. Every page includes upper and lower case letters, a beautifully illustrated picture that starts with the letter and the sign language hand shape for the letter.   The Layout has a consistent design and is perfect for creating an ABC Alphabet room border for your classroom or bedroom. Children can make their own book of alphabet signs for reference, or each child can color one page to make a decorative border for your classroom. All 26 pages of the alphabet are represented in this download from Teachers Pay Teachers.   Did you know that using sign language is a great way to introduce letter sounds and practice spelling? It provides another kinesthetic activity to accompany your phonics program and really helps students with special needs. Read More