Printable Sign Language Coloring Pages
For most other people, you will want to make sure that you are teaching “real” American Sign Language (ASL) at an early age, or ASL (American Sign Language). This is an actual language and is used by deaf people throughout America. Sign language for kids and their families can be a fun and entertaining learning experience, but it becomes so much more valuable when they can communicate with others and build and grow their sign language skills as they grow older. The free printable sign language coloring pages below will help you do that.
You can print these 5 Sign Language images (Storiesandsigns.com) to use as a poster display, or to make flashcards simply adjust your printer settings to print multiple pages on one sheet. Choose how many you want on one sheet to determine the size you’d like! (for example, print 2 pages to a sheet for A5 letters, or 4 to a sheet for A6 etc).
Teaching young children sign language is beneficial for many reasons. We’re thrilled to provide so many free resources that will help you incorporate sign language in your daily life. These coloring activities will support the ASL signs you are learning from Signing Time, or simply give you and your children something new to do!.