Irritated by all the different ASL alphabet charts you are finding online?
Worried about accidentally learning the wrong signs?
The American Sign Language Alphabet: Letters A-Z, Numbers 0-9 reference guide will help you learn the basics of ASL fingerspelling without a headache and in no time. All the hand signs were approved by renowned American sign language experts. This book is part of a set of professional reference guides for international manual alphabets for Fingeralphabet.org. It is designed for libraries, institutions, and individuals who need or prefer the information in ebook format.
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Unsure about some of the handshapes?
Some signs are hard to grasp (and hard to illustrate). These are two of the reasons why handshapes are often shown from varying perspectives rather than a continuous one. Unfortunately, changes of perspective within an alphabet chart are rarely pointed out, leading to confusion and misunderstandings. The signs in this reference guide are shown in large illustrations from two defined view points in order to facilitate understanding. Each handshape is demonstrated in two images – one, as seen by the viewer and one, as seen by the signer – which makes each sign easy to learn. In addition, the alphabet as well as the numbers 0-9 are grouped together separately in comprehensive charts.
Get free sample pages from our new ASL coloring book!
We wanted to make sure that you know what you are getting when you buy this book. The designs are quite detailed and intricate – which some people just love, and others not so much.
To let you test the designs before investing any money, we are providing 3 sample pages (A, B, and C) for you to download.
Print them on letter-sized paper to get as close to the book version as possible.
Check them out and have fun coloring!
If you enjoy the sample pages, you will love the book!
It is currently available at Amazon.
More stores will follow.
What Others Are Saying
That is brilliant! Thank you for your hard work! … The Kindle ebook looks cool!
I love the word search books. I’m an ASL teacher in high school. It’s great practice for learning the letters. The kids love them and it’s the perfect “assignment” to leave for substitutes. Something they can do on their own.
I think the categories even work on the older kids.
Ich bin begeistert von Ihrem neuen Projekt mit den Kinderalphabeten …
Wow, I’m very impressed with your work – beautiful presentation! Love the graphics.
I finished the Vol.01 book last week and am halfway through the Adjective book. I think they are great. After the first puzzle I was used to the view of the signs and it became just like doing a regular puzzle.
Good work what you do, keep it up.
(Please make a German version)
You are really doing a great job and I know that many … people all over the world will appreciate [it].
… Themed books would be REALLY COOL!! That was 1 thing that I enjoyed with the kids books – because you had “adverbs”, & “adjectives”, etc … it was cool – to test my “English” knowledge with them …
… Whatever you decide – KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!! YOU ARE AWESOME!! These are definitely enjoyable!
I received both books this last Friday, and they are awesome! You have done an amazing job with these. They are clear, easy to read, and I appreciate the time and effort you put into these!
Thanks so much!
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Find out how to fingerspell with the American Sing Language (ASL) Alphabet and the signs for the numbers 0-9.
About the Author
Lassal is a contemporary German concept artist and author of several non-fiction, short fiction, and illustrated books. Her project Fingeralphabet.org – a site that provides revised high quality manual alphabets for free download – garnered critical acclaim and a nomination for The German Award for Civic Engagement. More information about Fingeralphabet.org: http://www.fingeralphabet.org More information about American Sign Language word search books: http://www.fingeralphabetcoolkids.com