Sign Language Flashcards Directions


Elevate Your Vocabulary with Directions Flashcards: A Multisensory Learning Adventure in English and Sign Language!

  • 13 Directions signs
  • English and Sign Language
  • Picture cards
  • With and without printed text
  • Colored and black-and-white versions


Do you want to supercharge your directions-related vocabulary excitingly and inclusively? Dive into the world of Sign Language Flashcards Directions! These versatile tools cater to learners of all levels, offering colored and black-and-white versions, visual picture cards for enhanced word association, and the flexibility to choose flashcard sets with or without written words. Prepare to embark on a multisensory learning adventure in English and Sign Language as you master 13 everyday direction signs!

ASL Directions Flashcards:

  • English and Sign Language
  • With and without printed text
  • Colored and black-and-white versions
  • Direction signs
  • Directions picture cards

Directions flashcards make vocabulary-building fun and enhance learning in mainstream and unique education settings. They turn learning direction sign terms into an enjoyable multisensory adventure. Using visual, aural, and tactile learning techniques makes direction language learning fun and successful.

Directions Vocabulary Words

  • chase
  • listen
  • line up
  • left/right
  • run
  • search
  • see
  • sit
  • stand
  • stop
  • wait
  • walk

ASL Flashcard BONUS!

You also get a QR code on the printable flashcard, which gives you a video link to see each word signed.

  1. Focus your smartphone’s camera on the QR code.
  2. Do not take a picture. Instead, notice a pop-up.
  3. Click on that link to open the video.


Our Best Ideas for Using Sign Language Flashcards Directions

Check out our top ideas for using ASL flashcards in the classroom! These activities make learning fun and engaging while reinforcing vocabulary through sign language.

Memory Game: Get two sets of flashcards and place them face down on the floor. Students take turns flipping over two cards and saying/signing words. If the cards match, the student keeps them. The one with the most pairs at the end wins!

Charades: Select a student to come to the front and show them a flashcard. They’ll sign the word to the rest of the class, and the first student to guess correctly gets to go next. You can even divide the class into teams for some friendly competition.

Pictionary: Perfect for reviewing vocabulary! Have a student draw a flashcard picture on the board while the others guess the word. The first one to guess correctly gets to draw the next picture. The game can be played in teams with a point system.

Fingerspell Challenge: Form a circle with a person in the middle. With their eyes closed, the person in the middle spins around and points. The person pointed to must sign the flashcard and fingerspell the word. Builds receptive skills.

Basketball Fun: Set up a trash can or box as the “basket.” Show a flashcard to Student 1, and if they answer correctly, they get a shot at the basket. A successful attempt earns 2 points, while hitting the basket without going in earns 1 point. Keep score individually or play in teams for added excitement.

Sign Relay: Divide the class into two teams lined up in parallel. Have someone at the front pick a flashcard and sign it. Then, the first student in each line races to ring a bell and correctly say the matching word. This game adds a dash of competition to reinforce sign language skills.

Enjoy these creative activities with American Sign Language Flashcards Directions, and watch your students have a blast while learning and reviewing vocabulary!

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