FREE this week: ASL Counting “1-5” 

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Download your free gift, ASL Coloring Sheet and get your related products.



This sample is from our lesson plans. Click here for the full version.

Lesson Plan includes:

  • Teacher’s guide
  • 8 X 10″ of the sign
  • Worksheet for the child
  • Take home worksheet with instruction

Newly loaded this week:


New lessons loaded weekly!!

Hoover over the vocabulary list below to see them signed.


Do you live in the Cincinnati area?ASL Class for beginners

Classes start Oct. 18.  Register today on our “Classes” page.  We have an Adult Beginners Class.

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New Sign language lesson


Just released!! …Our 2nd NEW…

Sign Language Lesson Plan Book

                         ASL Teacher Resources


13-ASL weather Lesson Plan Book-cover

Great for your “Weather Wall”.

Product Description

This is a downloadable product. Download the file and print on your own printer.

These new and improved designs help kids to learn a sign and give them an activity for reinforcement.

62 pages American Sign Language Lesson Plans for those woking with children.

12 Lesson Plan includes:

  • Teacher’s guides
  • 8 X 10″ of the signs
  • Worksheets for the child
  • Take home worksheets
  • Flash Cards
  • Dice Game
  • Clickable video links.
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Winner of our ASL Lesson Plan Book

Congratulations to Lori Woomer our winner from this week’s drawing for our newest ASL Lesson Plan Book.  We will have 1 more drawing.  If you’d like to get in on the drawing for our newest ASL book, just email us on our contact page and let us know.


Sign Baby Sign’s question was featured on ASKPAT.COM Episode #687 “How do I create a video podcast”. Will be showing off our Ask Pat T-shirt soon.  Thanks Pat for guiding us!

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