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Do you work with a child or a student with speech delays? Do you have friends or family members that are hard of hearing? If this sounds like you or if you’ve been curious about signing, then we think you’ll appreciate the upcoming additions to abcteach’s ASL section (Free | Members)

abcteach is proud to team up with Signing Families, an interactive web site that engages both signers and non-signers with resources to improve and enjoy their skills. You’ll find color photos and video examples to help achieve the ASL goals you’ve set, whether at home, in the class, or in your community.

abcteach is enhancing a number of sections this year to help you reach the broader needs of your students. Our Physical Education, Special Needs, and Languages/ESL categories are a few areas to check out. These sections are developing because of your feedback, so please let us know the topics and materials that will help you the most.
~the abcteach team

Below find a great sampling of abcteach materials. For unlimited access to our full supply, abctools, and more, learn about an abcteach membership!

What’s New (Free | Members)
ASL Clip Art (Free | Members)
ASL Alphabet Photos (Free | Members)
Physical Education (Free | Members)
Special Needs (Free | Members)
Languages/ESL (Free | Members)

5 Responses to “Section Spotlight: American Sign Language (ASL)”

  1. Faith

    Thanks so much for adding the ASL. I teach students that are Deaf and hard of hearing, we will take advantage of this.

  2. Silvia

    Thank you for adding Sing Language. I teach children between the ages of four and six and the pictures help so much.

  3. Robyn

    I love the ALS pictures. I teach in an innercity school, ages 5-6, the children love following them. It also helps to calm things down.

  4. Holly

    This is a GREAT addition to abcteach!

  5. Lauri

    This is wonderful! My second graders are learning to sign and this will help them progress even faster.

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