Free printable ASL Alphabet Charts and Flashcards for your preschool classroom. These full-color sign language charts include color hand signs alongside each letter of the alphabet. We’ve included fun and engaging beginning letter pictures to encourage beginning letter sound skills, and your students will love having their very own ASL Alphabet Reference Chart at the desk, or in their binder! Be sure to check out our ASL Bundle for loads of hands-on sign language learning!
Sign Language Alphabet Charts
Our sign language ABC charts feature multi-purposed activities for young ones ready to learn early communication skills and early sign language. This is a perfect way to start out teaching the concept of how to communicate in multiple forms. These full-size charts are perfect for hanging in your classroom for students to use as a reference reminder.
ASL ABC Charts & Desk Reference
We’ve even included a handy ASL Alphabet Reference Chart with colorful beginning letter picture prompts. This is a great way for your students to practice their fingerspelling and beginning letter sounds. You can even use this chart with letter tiles to practice matching signs to the correct uppercase or lowercase letter.
ASL Alphabet Flashcards
It couldn’t be easier to turn these beautiful ASL Charts into ASL Flashcards! Simply adjust your printer settings to print multiple charts per page and you’ll have yourself a handy set of ASL Alphabet Flashcards! Use these ASL ABC Flashcards in your classroom. Simply laminate and store on a ring, or in Task Card Boxes for extra practice. These sign language printables are also perfect for homeschool, classroom, and learning centers.
Sign Language Preschool Charts
With so many sign language benefits including visual-spatial reasoning, communication skills, and many others. All of these valuable skills lead to a more productive learner and problem solver along with understanding the alphabet and additional communication methods. With colorful charts for every alphabet and an at-a-glance reference hand sign chart, your children will love practicing with fellow students or showing off to their grandparents!
Print all 27 ASL Charts today! This set is available for sale in our TPT store. Alternatively, you can print the individual pages below for free!
Sign Language Alphabet Charts
Free printable ASL Letter A chart for students to learn how to sign letter A. Kids will enjoy hands-on learning by signing using these colorful reference flash cards.
Free ASL Letter B printables for students learning sign language. Early developmental skills are strengthened using a variety of communication tools.
Kids will love the colorful cat in our Letter C Sign Language chart. They will develop fine motor skills signing and practicing their alphabet.
Teach kids how to sign the letter D. Students will enjoy practicing the Dinosaur fingerspelling letter D. Ask students to guess what you are signing!
Teach kids letter recognition while learning how to sign the letter D. Kids can practice how to sign the first letter of the word in ‘egg’.
Students develop key hands-on skills when learning ASL skills. Kids build early communication skills and early speech development with our free ASL charts!
Our ASL flashcards come in quite handy as kids learn the method of communication in sign language. Teach kids how to sign all 26 letters of the alphabet.
Kids spell better with these helpful aids in communicating words and letters in signing. Students will be better equipped with communication and fine motor skills.
These ASL printables allow students to thrive in a new language called ‘American Sign Language’! Students will practice signing all letters of the alphabet.
These ASL worksheets contain a wealth of learning. Students will practice the letter J as in ‘jam’ and sound out these words together as they sign.
Can your students sign the letter ‘K’? Teach your students all 26 signs with our amazingly effective preschool worksheets.
Students will enjoy learning how to sign the letter L. Kids will sign each letter and sound out each object shown in the alphabet flashcards.
Teach kids how to sign with our ASL Alphabet flashcards. Students learn a variety of new skill sets as they complete each worksheet.
Students will learn a new letter and can now practice and gain fine motor practice all at the same time with these awesome worksheets.
Kids will practice the letter o as in ‘octopus’ with our ASL Language Sign Worksheets. Teach all letters of the alphabet as your kids soar in signing.
Free printable ASL letter chart for students to learn how to sign letter P. Kids will enjoy hands-on learning by signing and tracing new letters.
Free ASL printables for students learning sign language. Teaching the letter ‘q’ and all 26 letters improves early developmental skills.
Kids will love looking at the rainbow as they sign the letter ‘r’. Ask kids what colors are in the rainbow and if they can sign each color’s beginning letter.
Teach kids letter recognition while learning how to sign and write new vocabulary words. Kids can learn how to spell snake with each letter sign.
Teach kids how to sign as they practice the letter T with fingerspelling skills. What begins with the letter T? Ask kids to play sign games with each other for more fun!
Free ASL printables for students learning sign language. U is for ‘Unicorn’. The letter U sound is….it’s a great way to combine skill sets for little ones.
Teach kids how to sign with our ASL Alphabet worksheets with the letter V. Students learn a variety of new skill sets as they complete each worksheet.
Kids spell better with these helpful aids in writing and signing the letter W. Students will be better equipped with communication and fine motor skills.
Kids learn how to sign with our ASL Alphabet worksheets Students practice a ton of new skill sets as they review and memorize each letter.
Teach kids how to sign with our ASL Alphabet worksheets for the Letter Y. Students learn a variety of new skill sets as they check out each letter of the alphabet.
These free ASL printables for students help teach a new language. Kids will be exposed to uppercase and lowercase letters in addition to learning a new sign.
Kids will love our colorful and vibrant ASL ABC Reference Chart! It’s free and is super handy to review all letters of the alphabet. Play games with kids to reinforce learning.