Freebie Friday: Free Printable ASL Alphabet Flashcards Pack

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For myself and my nonverbal autistic daughter, American Sign Language was one of the first ways that we communicated at home. I was familiar with some basic ASL and thought, why not teach it to her? It worked out so well. The repetition of sign language was right up her learning alley and we learned quickly that it was so much easier on both of us. I hope that these free printable ASL flashcards will help you and your child as well.

Why teach ASL to kids?

I have touched on the benefits of teaching babies sign language and we are still working on basic sign language with Squeaker. Sweet B also uses some sign language to supplement her PECS usage both at home and at school. And, believe it or not, sign language was also the first form of communication that was introduced at home for Sweet B. I’ve also thought about doing a YouTube series and will begin that when I have an actual webcam and not just the built in one for the computer.

Anyway, that brings me to today’s freebie! I’m sharing a free ASL printable flashcards pack. While this may not align completely with the free printables for autistic children, it could come in handy if you’re just starting out with ASL.

This week's freebie on Just Another Mom is a free ASL flashcards pack. Includes alphabet, numbers, and a few signs.

What’s Inside the ASL Printable Flashcards Pack

You can use these with a child of any ability or for yourself, if you’d like. It’s really up to you 🙂

This pack includes:

* 2 Full Alphabet flashcard sets (one labeled and one not)

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* 1 Number set ( 0 through 9 )

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* Some signs (please, thank you, goodbye, bored, yes, no… and some others)

Get these flashcards and more in my ASL for Autism toolkit

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This is by far one of my favorite sets and one of my most popular to date. I hope to eventually offer more of these ASL themed printable packs. Either using a font or using real pictures once I start my sign language certification.

I did make one quick YouTube video if you’d like to check it out below! When I get over my fear of being on video, I plan to do more of these and maybe pop over to Facebook Live.

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Kori

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Kori is a late diagnosed neurodivergent mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, and coach; Kori shares neurodivergent life in a neurotypical world while helping others to do the same. As an empath, HSP, and highly intuitive individual, Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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Sarah L
Sarah L
7 years ago

I learned how to fingerspell from the dictionary 50 years ago. This is better.

Lacey
Lacey
6 years ago

Thanks so much!!!

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6 years ago

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