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Looking for ways to learn American Sign Language? ASDC offers families many ways to learn ASL to support their children’s language and communication. In addition to the recommended articles below, ASDC coordinates The ASL Learning Opportunity events across the country and has recently launched the SignOn with ASDC collaboration.
Recommended Articles for Learning ASL
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in Maryland School for the Deaf in Ellicott City, MD on January 25-26, 2020. All skill levels welcome.
Learn useful ASL signs for November with ASL teacher Edna Johnston!
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in New York city on June 13-14, 2020. All skill levels welcome.
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in Framingham, MA on May 2-3, 2020. All skill levels welcome.
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in Tennessee on April 18-19, 2020.
Learn spooky ASL signs for October with ASL teacher Ursa Rewolinski!
Learn ASL signs for autumn/fall and put them together in an ASL story! This month’s sign video is presented by Ricky Rose.
Watch this video from Ricky Rose on signing ASL numbers. Learn why the same number can be signed in a slightly different way, depending on context.
Get a free ASL numbers chart that show the hand shapes for numbers 0-20 in American Sign Language. Free from the American Society for Deaf Children. Please share!
Learn ASL signs for July, pool, swim, beach, water, bike, picnic, cookout, and more!, and more! Your July Signs video is presented by Edna Johnston.