Signs & Signs. It had a nice ring to it! We’ve a busy boy on our hands that is still enjoying school, but also about six other things at the same time. So my goal was to catch his interest with a bit of Signs & Sign Language Preschool!
- Arthur’s Sign Language
- Street Sign Groups
- ASL Sight Word Cards
- Sign Language Alphabet
- Sign Language Book
- Street Sign Bean Sensory Bin
- Safety Signs
- Stop Sign Maze
- Hazard Sign Coloring
- Street Reusable Stickers
- Cutting Sign Shapes
- Creative Stop Sign Coloring
- Traffic Signal Salt Tray
- Pasting Signs on the Map
- There is an old-fashioned yet cute “Sign Design” website for Arthur to help kids learn sign language. We filled out E’s name and was able to have a nice customized sheet!
- This tough Count Traffic Signs worksheet is available from Education.com!
- Oh ho cool are these! We printed out these Sign Language Pre-Primer Sight Words Cards through Teachers Pay Teachers – thank you for this great resource! I only gave him a few words at a time.
- Found this great A-Z sheet of letters and sign language on Pinterest and you can find it here!
- This is an old book of my own, I believe, so I had no idea if it was still available! But guess what, it is, and for less than $5. Check out My First Book Of Sign Language, illustrated by Joan Holub!
- We brought the pinto beans back! This time, the search is on for all of the Melissa & Doug wooden traffic signs, as well as a couple cheap plastic street signs!
- I made him a checklist by roughly drawing all the signs he was to find.
- It’s never too early for being safe, nor understanding signs! Thank you for this free set of Safety Sign Flash cards available on Teachers Pay Teachers!
- I had saved this stop sign maze before and knew it was perfect for this week!
- I really appreciated this coloring page because of the conversation it sparked! Found it on Printable Colouring Pages!
- This street and set of reusable stickers is part of the Melissa & Doug Vehicles Sticker Pad! Lots of signs to look at!
- This cool and informative activity is from the traffic signs pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me!
- Of course we all know stop signs are generally red, but I thought it would be fn to make some multi-colored ones!
- So I gave him a few copies of the stop sign coloring page, and added Crayola Twistables to see what he would make!
- hadn’t made a salt tray in a while so here is one!
- The first thing I did was make thick strips, tape them on the long edge, and laminated that. I trimmed it down to fit in the plastic tray, and attached it with a couple glue dots.
- Now you can make drawings in the salt, including three circles for a traffic signal.
- This activity is also from 123 Homeschool 4 Me‘s free traffic signs pack!
Look We’re Learning has several amazing ASL Flashcards available for free! That link goes to her number sign language cards but more cards can be found there as well. We would use them when E is a little older.
And here is something else that is cool. We didn’t use these Free Wood Borders and Frames Clip Art available on Teachers Pay Teachers, but we certainly will at some point!
We enjoyed learning with our Signs & Sign Language Preschool! A special event about sign language for kids certainly inspired this theme, but it was a fun way to learn about two things in the same week. And both sure come with some great free printables!