How to sign days of the week in American Sign Language (ASL)

Are you wondering how to sign days of the week in ASL? Days of the week are some of the important signs that you should know as a beginner.

We’ve shared a video on how to sign each day of the week with a clear demonstration as possible, so you can learn ASL with confidence!

To watch this video at a slower speed, click the settings on the bottom right corner of the video, click playback speed, and then you can adjust them!

 

Sunday (version #1): With both hands, form the 5 handshapes up high in the front of your face, and move it down with a slight backward curve.

Sunday (version #2):  With both hands, form the 5 handshapes up high in the front of your face, move both hands in a circular motion.

Monday:  With your backward M-handshape while facing your palm up, move it in a circular motion 

Tuesday: With your backward T-handshape while facing your palm facing toward you, move it in a circular motion 

Wednesday: With your backward W-handshape while facing your palm facing toward you, move it in a circular motion 

Thursday (version #1):  Face your T and H-handshape toward someone, fingerspell it “T H” 

Thursday (version #2): Face your H-handshape toward someone, move it in a circular motion 

Friday: With your backward F-handshape while facing your palm facing toward you, move it in a circular motion

Saturday: With your backward S-handshape while facing your palm facing toward you, move it in a circular motion

When signing, use your dominant hand. If you are ambidextrous and unsure which hand to use, chose one of them and stay with it.

 

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