Below is a high quality printable sign language alphabet image and PDF.
Don’t forget to check out our free American Sign Language online classes where you can start learning sign language and not just the alphabet!
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The American Sign Language alphabet is so important when learning ASL, so I want to make sure I gave you a printable sign language alphabet chart that is easy-to-see and you can take around with you.
You can take it to the coffee shop and practice fingerspelling the different coffees on the menu…
You can take it with you to the grocery store and practice fingerspelling what’s on your shopping list…
But, most importantly, you should practice fingerspelling your name. If a deaf person sees you fingerspelling at one of these public places, they will want to know your name. When you are meeting a deaf person for the first time, you need to know how to spell your name, right?
If you want to learn how to respond to that, take one of my ASL Classes.
But, in the meantime, why don’t you just do what you came here for and download the sign language alphabet.
If you want to read more about this alphabet in case you can’t see one of them, visit my American Sign Language Alphabet page.
And don’t forget to check out our Fun Free Printable Sign Language for Kids!