ASL Fall Family Fun and Virtual ASL Club
American Sign Language uses hand and face movements as an expression of language for the deaf and hard of hearing. It is one of the top languages learned throughout the country. Check out some American Sign Language movies, e–books, and books as we get ready for Fall and in anticipation for our first Virtual ASL Club! ASL Club meets virtually on Thursday, August 6th at 6:00. Register here to receive the link to attend the Zoom meeting.
American Sign Language by Various Authors
Learn American Sign Language by James W. Guido
The following are available ASL movie titles to check out for the family through Hoopla.
The following are available Fall e–Book titles to check out for children through Hoopla.
Get Outside in Fall by Bonnie Hinman
The Fall Festival by Mercer Mayer
Fall Pumpkins by Martha E. H. Rustad
Leaves Fall by Lisa K. Schnell
Art for Fall by Rita Storey
Fall in the Country by sue Tarsky
Fall is Fun! by Walt K. Moon
Fall is Coming by Altan
We Harvest Apples in Fall by Rebecca Felix
Fall by Julie Murray
Trees in Fall by Jenna Lee Gleisner
Fall Weather Fun by Martha E. H. Rustad
Back to School! by Jenna Lee Gleisner
Check out our library catalog for family ASL books or movies:
American Sign Language by Deborah Kent
The American Sign Language Handshape Dictionary by Richard Tennant
Random House Webster’s American Sign Language Dictionary by Elaine Costello
Food by Kathleen Petelinsek
Charlie & Frog by Karen Kane
My First Baby Signs by Phil Conigliaro
Little Hands & Big Hands Children and Adults Signing Together by Kathy MacMillan
Signing for Kids by Mickey Flodin
Check out our library catalog for children’s Fall books or movies:
Fall by Mary Lindeen
It’s Fall, Dear Dragon by Margaret Hillert
Fall by Emily C. Dawson
Mouse Loves Fall by Lauren Thompson
Vampirina in the Fall by Sara Miller
Daniel Loves Fall by Natalie Shaw
Fall With Lily and Milo by Pauline Oud
Fall Leaves Fall! By Zoe Hall
Leaves in Fall by Mari C. Schuh
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders describes American Sign Language.
Watch a video: Sign Language Alphabet on Full-Time Kid on PBS.org
Learn with Arthur’s Resource Guide: Talking and Learning with Sight and Signing on PBS.org
Click HERE to download and print the handout pictured below– featuring ASL signs for fall.
Hope to see you at ASL Club on Thursday, August 6th!