Free ASL Number Charts for preschool and kindergarten students to learn sign language. These colorful and engaging Sign Language Printables will help your students recognize and sign numbers 1-10. Hang these free ASL posters in your classroom, or print them as flashcards for student reference. Our free ASL preschool printables can be used in homeschool, classroom, and OT special needs settings. Check out our ASL Alphabet Activity Pack for more!
Sign Language Number Charts
Our free printable sign language number charts will help your students recognize number signs, and build important counting skills along the way. Each chart features a colorful border, hand sign, number word, and a corresponding number of items to count. We’ve also created full-size number reference charts featuring all numbers 1-10 for students to keep as a guide. With these free ASL printables, your students will work on counting, number word recognition, and fine motor skills
ASL Number Flashcards
Learning sign language is an important early communication skill for babies and toddlers as studies have shown a correlation between early communication skills and speech development. It’s never too late to learn sign language and our free number chart printables will help add a little fun and flair into your preschool classroom. We suggest printing on cardstock and laminating for classroom use. Additionally, you can adjust your printer settings to make flashcards for students to take home.
Sign Language Number Printables
There are so many ways to best use these ASL numbers charts and ASL numbers flashcards, ASL shows kids that there are multiple ways to express numbers. Kids can say the number 1, then sign the number, and lastly, count the objects listed. Hang up our colorful charts on the classroom wall or on a frig.
In addition, try playing number games where you sign the number to them and ask students to find the correct number on the ASL numbers charts flashcards. Or, in reverse, ask student to sign a number and another student can find it on the chart. Lastly, sign a number and students have to find the same amount in the room. There are so many ways to use these amazing ASL preschool printables!
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ASL Numbers 1-10
Free printable ASL Number Chart featuring hands signs for #1-10. This colorful full-size chart includes picture references for students to count.
Free printable ASL number chart for students to learn how to sign the number 1. Kids will enjoy hands-on learning by signing their first numbers!
Free printable ASL number chart for students to learn how to sign the number 2. Early developmental skills are strengthened using ASL sign language.
Students learn to sign the number three with this free colorful ASL number chart. Kids love learning new ways to express numbers.
Free printable number four ASL chart. Students learn early sign language skills with these free printables. These ASL printables are perfect for school at home.
ASL preschool printables for the number 5 allows the student to learn number recognition, fine motor, and counting skills.
Students learn to sign the number six with this free colorful ASL number chart. Teachers can use these valuable printables for early communication skills.
Free printable number seven ASL chart. Students learn early sign language skills with these free printables. Download these printables today.
Students develop many advanced developmental skills for preschool with our ASL number charts. Teachers can use these flashcards for memorization and games.
Students learn to sign the number number with this free colorful ASL number chart. Ask students to count how many frogs they see and practice signing the number.
Free printable number ten ASL chart. Students learn early sign language skills by using hands-on activities. Sign language is a great way to introduce numbers.