Is it just me or is sign language super cool? I always have been intrigued by it and how it helps the mute communicate. I love to see American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters in different events. It warms my heart. This American Sign Language (ASL) study pack will help you and your family on the journey to learning ASL.
There is a shortage of certified interpreters; there aren’t enough people who know ASL to fulfill the demand of roles in the Deaf and Blind communities.
ASL was recognized as a true language by the U.S. Supreme Court only in 1989 and now is considered a fully developed human language.
If you’re interested in teaching your children ASL, this American Sign Language Study Pack is an awesome resource.
The ASL resource contains a valuable 20-page pack that includes:
- Formatted Flash Cards of the entire sign language alphabet
- Matching Game to quiz your knowledge
- Handwriting practice worksheets
- At-a-Glance Cheat Sheet
- Memory Game Mini Card Cut-outs
- Plus, consider using a laminator to keep them kid-friendly, and reusable!
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