Hands Up for Back to School!

If you’re looking for resources to share American Sign Language with your students or storytime attendees, check out the Little Hands Signing Storytime & Craft Ideas board on Pinterest! It’s where I pin my favorite ideas from around the internet for sharing ASL with kids, and gather links to my own videos showcasing signing rhymes and songs.  Check it out!

Valentine Sign Language Craft for Kids

Practice your ASL skills and learn how to make this adorable “hands-on” valentine too!  (Video is presented in ASL with captions.)

This video is part of a Service Learning Project put together by students in Austin Community College’s Interpreter Training Program.  For more ASL crafts from these creative students, see http://aslcrafts4kids.tumblr.com/

Christmas Sign Language Craft for Kids

Practice your ASL skills and learn how to make this cute reindeer craft too!  (Video is presented in ASL with captions.)

This video is part of a Service Learning Project put together by students in Austin Community College’s Interpreter Training Program.  For more ASL crafts from these creative students, see http://aslcrafts4kids.tumblr.com/

Thanksgiving Sign Language Craft for Kids

Be thankful for this: a chance to practice your ASL skills and learn how to make this adorable Thanksgiving tree craft too!  (Video is presented in ASL with captions.)

This video is part of a Service Learning Project put together by students in Austin Community College’s Interpreter Training Program.  For more ASL crafts from these creative students, see http://aslcrafts4kids.tumblr.com/

Halloween Sign Language Craft for Kids

Practice your ASL skills and learn how to make this cute Halloween bat craft  too!  (Video is presented in ASL with captions.)

This video is part of a Service Learning Project put together by students in Austin Community College’s Interpreter Training Program.  For more ASL crafts from these creative students, see http://aslcrafts4kids.tumblr.com/

Spring Sign Language Craft for Kids

Get ready for Easter, or just welcome spring with this cute sign language craft.  Practice your ASL skills and learn how to make this cute chick too!  (Video presented in ASL with captions.)

This video is part of a Service Learning Project put together by students in Austin Community College’s Interpreter Training Program.  For more ASL crafts from these creative students, see http://aslcrafts4kids.tumblr.com/