ABC Sign Language Alphabet

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Visual and Audio Sign Language Alphabet.

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ABC Sign Language Alphabet

  1. 1. By Diana Castillo ABC’s Sign With Me: Sign language can benefit all children. Benefits include enhanced bonding, communication,  development of fine motor skills, assistance with reading and comprehension.
  2. 2. To sign A close hand naturally in a fist form.
  3. 3. To sign B open palm and fold in thumb to touch your palm.
  4. 4. To sign C simply curve your fingers to form a C shape. C shape.
  5. 5. To sign D fold in all fingers and point index finger out.
  6. 6. To sign E gently close hand and fold thumb inwards.
  7. 7. To sign F point all fingers out and bring down index finger to touch thumb.
  8. 8. To sign G naturally point with index finger to the side.
  9. 9. To sign H point index and middle finger to the side.
  10. 10. To sign I fold fingers in and point out your pinky.
  11. 11. To sign J fold in all finger, point out your pinky and pretend to trace a J.
  12. 12. To sign K point out index and middle finger, then fold in thumb in between those fingers.
  13. 13. To sign L fold fingers in, point out thumb and index finger to form a L. L is for Lion
  14. 14. To sign M fold all fingers in, then tuck thumb underneath three fingers.
  15. 15. To sign N fold all fingers in, then tuck thumb underneath two fingers.
  16. 16. To sign O curve in fingers to form a closed O with thumb and index finger.
  17. 17. To sign P bend hand down to the side. Point straight out index finger and curve thumb to touch middle finger.
  18. 18. To sign Q close hand downwards. Point down index and thumb.
  19. 19. To sign R fold fingers in, point out index finger along with middle finger. Slightly bind index finger in front of middle finger.
  20. 20. To sign S close hand and a fist form. Place thumb on top of index finger.
  21. 21. To sign T close hand in fist form. Place thumb underneath index finger.
  22. 22. To sign U fold fingers in. Then point out index finger along with middle finger. Both those fingers should touch side by side.
  23. 23. To sign V fold fingers in. Then point out index finger along with middle finger. Both those fingers should not touch to form a V shape.
  24. 24. To sign W point out fingers. Then fold in pinky with thumb to touch each other.
  25. 25. To sign X close hand and slight curl up index finger.
  26. 26. To sign Y fold in fingers. Then point out thumb and pinky. Y
  27. 27. To sign Z fold in fingers. Then point out index finger to trace a Z form.
  28. 28. Now that you’ve learn the Sign Language Alphabet, practice spelling your name. The only letters that require motion are J and Z.

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