Friday, May 23, 2014

Sign Language Alphabet ABCs Coloring Sheets and Room Border

Every kid learns the alphabet, but did you know that learning to sign the alphabet had additional benefits? Did you know that using sign language is a great way to introduce letter sounds and practice spelling? It provides a kinesthetic activity to accompany a phonics program and really helps students with special needs. Most of all, learning sign language is FUN!

Teachers and parents like to put alphabet pictures around the classroom. Sign Language ABCs is a downloadable product that you and your kids can color in and use as a room or classroom border, to learn MORE than just the ABCs.

Every page of this download includes upper and lower case letters, a beautifully illustrated picture that starts with the corresponding letter as well as 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.

Children can make their own book of signs for reference, or have each child color one page to make a decorative border for your classroom. This download is currently available from Teachers Pay Teachers, but will soon be available on Teachers Notebook and Amazon. For more information about the Sign Language Alphabet ABCs Coloring Pages, check out Lucid Publishing's Website.