Flashcards Easter sign videos gives you the confidence to know how these vocabulary words are signed. No need to just look at a paper and try to figure out how it is supposed to be signed. Just take a look here and sign along with the video for quick success in knowing your Easter sign language words.
Flashcards Easter Sign Videos for vocabulary success:
This video(s) shows you how to sign all the words in the flashcard set. It is a part of the Sign Club series.
Easter Flashcards here.
The sign language flashcards for Easter are an excellent tool to get your students engaged and learning. Perhaps the best thing about them is the unlimited ways you can use them! Download the file and print it on your printer. Adjust the size to meet your needs. Post to walls, objects, or use as flashcards.
Easter Dice Game here.
This fun interactive Games for Sign Language – Easter dice set is a downloadable product ready to print and use in your classroom. Your students will love learning new vocabulary through this game!
Wall Charts Easter here.
This Wall Chart Book 7 – Signs for Easter will have your students on the way to ASL success by displaying these in the classroom!
Fortune Teller Easter Game here.
Easter Fortune Teller game is a fun origami craft, in full color and black and white! This clever paper fortune teller (aka cootie catcher) provides a unique way to reinforce sign language. Which sign or activity do you think you will get?
Easter Scramble Game here.
This fun interactive ASL Easter Scramble game builds ASL knowledge and skills by putting them to the test! You and your students will have fun while practicing recognizing vocabulary!
Easter Word Search Game here.
This fun interactive ASL Easter Word Search Game is a downloadable product ready to use resource for your classroom. Use these Easter printables to build ASL knowledge and skills by putting them to the test! You and your students will have fun while practicing recognizing vocabulary!
Easter Coloring Pages here.
You’re going to love these Easter Coloring Pages ASL! Easter activities are a great way to learn sign language while playing all at the same time! These coloring pages feature different Easter-themed signs that you can use for teaching ASL in a fun and engaging way.
Easter Vocabulary Game (Part 1) here.
The Easter Vocabulary Game – Part 1 is a flashcard set teaching Easter-related signs in progression. In Part 1, the students are challenged by saying and learning the signs and then matching the word.
Easter Vocabulary Game (Part 2) here.
The Easter Vocabulary Game – Part 2 is a flashcard set teaching Easter-related signs in progression. In Part 2, the student will learn each word and its respective signs, followed by checking their knowledge by reading and writing the word.
Boom Learning Easter Vocabulary
The Boom Distant Learning: Easter Vocabulary sign language cards are designed to help children learn ASL and give them a reinforcement activity. To purchase our Boom Cards, click here to visit our Boom Learning Store.
Free / Sample Version here.
Part 1 here.
Part 2 here.
Easter Story Book – I Like My Ears here.
I LIKE MY EARS is an ASL storybook about a bunny who likes his ears and uses hearing aids to help him hear. Each page includes sign language and 2 activities to support students’ awareness of their ears. Young children love to follow through with this story. Not only is this a great reading resource for the Easter holiday, but the whole year as well!
Easter Blog here.
Hippity, hoppity, Easter’s on its way! That means people around the world will soon be coloring eggs, going on egg hunts, and consuming lots and lots of candy. Here are some exciting Easter activities in the classroom just for you!
For this year’s Easter celebration, try out these Easter classroom activities with your elementary school students. They’ll have fun while sharpening their reading, writing, and STEM skills.
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