Free ASL Alphabet Chart
Why are we offering a free ASL alphabet chart? Because deaf and hard of hearing children who grow up in a language-rich environment have better outcomes and brighter futures. Whether your child is using American Sign Language or English (or both!) as a primary language, knowing the ASL alphabet is beneficial. Research shows that there are advantages to fingerspelling both with infants and toddlers and with older children.
Part of our mission here at ASDC is to provide resources to parents and professionals. Feel free to download this printable chart for personal use. You can also share it with your friends, family, and teachers.
- Email: copy and paste this link
- Social media: share this link
- Print: open this link and download the file to your computer. Open the PDF and print it up!
This ASDC resource was designed by our Graphic Design Intern from RIT/NTID, Felix Guerrero. Thank you, Felix!