ASL Dictionary

Status - Open!

Disclaimer: I am not certified or a professional in sign language. I am simply one mother sharing what I've learned working with my daughter with other parents in what I know from experience to be, a difficult situation. Please keep in mind that different communities and regions use different signs for the same word. We have had different teachers between grade levels insist we sign things differently, sometimes it feels like we spend half our time learning new ways to sign old words! But what we've really come to learn is the important thing is using the signs you know, fingerspell what you don't, and get your idea across. Try not to think of it so much as signing what you are saying either; English and Sign Language are 2 very different languages and they work differently.

 

These words are organized in fun themed categories to make learning more fun. For a complete, and traditionally set up dictionary, please visit signingsavvy.com

 

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J. Inez Warner

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