Sign Language for Kids Activity Book: 50 Fun Games and Activities to Start Signing
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From the Publisher
Become a fluent signer with some of these fun activities:
Conversation Basics: Thank You/You’re Welcome
With your palm facing in, make a flat handshape and touch your fingers to your mouth or chin area. Then bring your hand out toward the person to whom you are saying “thank you” or “you’re welcome.”
Activity: Signing Sleuth!
I have given you some clues to help you figure out which signs I am thinking of. Let’s see if you can figure out these five mystery words!
I am thinking of a bright, cheery color. It often makes people think of sunshine. You can combine it with another color to make orange.I am thinking of a sport. The ball used to play this sport is not round and it is both kicked and thrown.I am thinking of a dessert food that is very cold. It comes in many different flavors and can be eaten with a spoon or licked from a stick.
Activity: Grammar Practice
Practice signing each of the English sentences below using correct ASL grammar. Remember, ASL is a topic-comment language. Also remember that questions are expressed at the end of the sentence. Also, many small English words are not needed in ASL, such as it, is, am, be, are, and to.
I don’t like hot dogs.Where is your mom?Is your dog nice?Do you understand the teacher?I’m studying for the test.I like fruits and vegetables.
Activity: Guess the Food
Let’s find out which signs you remember the best! Below, I’ve given you 10 signs that have to do with food. Can you guess what each sign is? After you are done, check the answer key to see how many you identified correctly.
Publisher : Rockridge Press; Illustrated edition (May 26, 2020)
Language : English
Paperback : 126 pages
ISBN-10 : 164611406X
ISBN-13 : 978-1646114061
Reading age : 8 – 12 years
Grade level : 3 – 4
Item Weight : 12.8 ounces
Dimensions : 8 x 0.25 x 10 inches