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Preschool Corner: Sign Language Alphabet Cards

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We haven’t done too much ‘exciting’ stuff in the way of preschool this week, other than our everyday stuff: practicing handwriting, counting by 10′s, reading, and just having fun together playing together.

Because Zachary has been taking a sign language class at our co-op this semester, I put together some 3 x 3 cards for him to use in learning the letters of the alphabet and also the number 0 – 9.

Ours are printed off on cardstock, laminated and then hole-punched in the corner so that they can be flipped through to look at the letters/numbers and signs.

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We’re also going to use this great alphabet file folder game for Zachary’s workboxes that Val @ Christian Preschool Printables created.

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  • kannika

    i want to say thank you very much about your share for everyone from thailand

  • Kacie

    I was just thinking that i needed to get sign cards for my toddler to start learning. Thanks so much for these.


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