Showing posts with label ASL. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ASL. Show all posts

Friday, October 13, 2017

ASL - Vegetables


We just learned how to say some fruits in ASL!

Let's learn how to say some vegetables.

carrot - Hold your left hand out flat in the B hand shape, and your right hand in a fist, with your thumb sticking out. Wave your thumb down a few times on the front of your flat B hand, almost like you are peeling a carrot.

corn - Close all your fingers except your index finger. With that finger pointed out, hold the side of your finger up on your upper lip and twist your finger a few times.
You can also use two hands in front of you, like you are holding a corn on the cob and twist them a few times.

pea - Put your left hand in front of you with just your index finger pointing to the right. Using the index finger of your right hand, tap along your left finger, almost like you are counting peas in a pod.

Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


Vegetables - Mrs. Rodriguez's ASL Classes


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: carote, mais, piselli

German: Karotte, Mais, Erbse

Spanish: zanahoria, maíz, guisante

French: carotte, maïs, pois

Friday, October 6, 2017

ASL - Fruit


We just learned how to say some drinks in ASL!

Let's learn how to say some fruits.

apple - Make the hand sign for X, with your hand closed and your index finger bent. Put the knuckle of your index finger up against your cheek and twist it a few times.

orange - We already learned that the sign for orange is to have your fist up by your face, like you are squishing an orange into your mouth.

banana - Put your left hand in front of you, and your index finger pointing up, like a banana. Using your other hand in a pinching shape, pretend like you are peeling the banana peels downward.

Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


Fruit and Vegetables | ASL - American Sign Language - ASL THAT


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: mela, orange, banana

German: Apfel, Orange, Banane

Spanish: manzana, naranja, banana

French: pomme, orange, banane

Friday, September 29, 2017

ASL - Drinks


We counted to 900 in ASL! Wow!

Let's learn how to say some things to drink.

water - To do the sign for water, make the hand sign for the letter W, with your pointer, middle and ring fingers up, and your pinky and thumb held down, then touch your pointer finger to your chin.

milk - To say milk, hold your hand up in the air and then close your hand a few times into a fist, almost like you are milking a cow.

juice - For juice, you make the hand sign for the letter J, and then you just say what kind of juice you want before you make the J. So for orange juice, you put your fist up by your face and squeeze it a few times, almost like you are squeezing an orange and the juice is going into your mouth. And then make the letter J.

Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL #15 - Drinks - Heather Berry


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: acqua, latte, succo

German: Wasser, Milch, Saft

Spanish: agua, leche, jugo

French: eau, lait, jus

Friday, September 22, 2017

ASL - Nine Hundred


We counted to 100 in ASL, let's keep going!

What about 200 to 900?

To do the sign for 200, make the hand sign for 2, holding your pointer and tall finger up.
Then make he sign for the letter C.

For 300 through 900, just do the sign for the number 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, and then C for hundred.

Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


100 - 900 in American Sign Language - Joy Maples


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: duecento, trecento, quattrocento, cinquecento, seicento, settecento, ottocento, novecento

German: zweihundert, dreihundert, vierhundert, fünfhundert, sechshundert, siebenhundert, achthundert, neunhundert

Spanish: doscientos, trescientos, cuatrocientos, quinientos, seiscientos, sietecientos, ochocientos, novecientos

French: deux cent, trois cent, quatre cent, cinq cent, six cent, sept cent, huit cent, neuf cent

Friday, July 21, 2017

ASL - Counting to Twenty nine


We counted to 20 in ASL, let's keep going!

21 - Palm facing away from your body, index finger pointed up, thumb extended, other fingers closed. Bend the thumb a few times.

22 - Palm facing down, index and middle finger pointed away from your body, holding them a little apart. Bend them down once, then move your hand to the right and bend them down again.

23 - Palm facing away from your body, index finger, middle finger and ring finger extended, bend the middle finger a few times.

24 - Palm facing away, index finger and thumb extended, other fingers closed. Then put all four fingers up and close the thumb.

25 - Palm facing away, hand open with fingers a little apart. Stick out the middle finger and bend it a few times.

26 - Palm facing away, index finger and thumb extended, other fingers closed. Then put all four fingers up and touch the thumb to the pinky.

27 - Palm facing away, index finger and thumb extended, other fingers closed. Then put all four fingers up and touch the thumb to the ring finger.

28 - Palm facing away, index finger and thumb extended, other fingers closed. Then put all four fingers up and touch the thumb to the middle finger.

29 - Palm facing away, index finger and thumb extended, other fingers closed. Then put all four fingers up and touch the thumb to the index finger.


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


Numbers 1 to 30 | ASL - American Sign Language - ASL THAT


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: ventuno, ventidue, ventitré, ventiquattro, venticinque, ventisei, ventisette, ventotto, ventinove

German: einundzwanzig, zweiundzwanzig, dreiundzwanzig, vierundzwanzig, fünfundzwanzig, sechsundzwanzig, siebenundzwanzig, achtundzwanzig, neunundzwanzig

Spanish: veintiún, veintidós, veintitrés, veinticuatro, veinticinco, veintiséis, veintisiete, veintiocho, veintinueve

French: vingt et un, vingt-deux, vingt-trois, vingt-quatre, vingt-cinc, vingt-six, vingt-sept, vingt-huit, vingt-neuf

Friday, July 14, 2017

ASL - Counting to Twenty


We counted to 15 in ASL, let's keep going!

16 - Start with the sign for 6, which is your palm facing you, holding in your pinky and thumb, with your index, tall and ring fingers pointed up.
Spin your hand around, so your palm is facing away from you.
17 - Start with the sign for 7, then spin your hand around so your palm is facing away from you.
18 - Start with the sign for 8, then spin your hand around so your palm is facing away from you.
19 - Start with the sign for 9, then spin your hand around so your palm is facing away from you.
20 - Holding out your thumb and forefinger in the "G" hand shape, pinch your fingers together a few times.


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL Numbers 11-20 in Sign Language - My Smart Hands


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: sedici, diciassette, diciotto, diciannove, venti

German: sechzehn, siebzehn, achtzehn, neunzehn, zwanzig

Spanish: dieciséis, diecisiete, dieciocho, diecinueve, veinte

French: seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt

Friday, July 7, 2017

ASL - Fifteen


We counted to 10 in ASL, now let's learn some bigger numbers!

To make the number 12-15 in ASL, you do the same hand shapes you did for 1-5, but your hand is turned around so your palm is facing you, and you move your fingers by bending them a little.

11 - Palm facing you, index finger pointing up, then bend your finger once or twice.
12 - Palm facing you, index and tall finger pointing up, then bend your fingers once or twice.
13 - Palm facing you, index and tall fingers pointing up and thumb out, then bend your index and tall fingers once or twice.
14 - Palm facing you, thumb held in and the other 4 fingers pointing up, bend your fingers once or twice.
15 - Palm facing you, open hand all fingers up, then bend your fingers once or twice, but not your thumb.

Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL Numbers 11-20 in Sign Language - My Smart Hands


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: undici, dodici, tredici, quattordici, quindici

German: elf, zwölf, dreizehn, vierzehn, fünfzehn

Spanish: once, doce, trese, catorce, quince

French: onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze

Friday, June 30, 2017

ASL - November, December


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in ASL!

We just learned how to say January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October.


Remember, to say a month, you just have to spell out the first three letters of the month.

November - N-O-V



December - D-E-C



wiktionary - appendix:sign language handshapes


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL HANGOUT: HOW TO SIGN MONTHS OF THE YEAR! - Sign Duo


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: Novembre, Dicembre

German: November, Dezember

Spanish: Noviembre, Diciembre

French: Novembre, Décembre

Friday, June 23, 2017

ASL - September, October


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in ASL!

We just learned how to say January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August.


Remember, to say a month, you just have to spell out the first three letters of the month.

September - S-E-P



October - O-C-T



wiktionary - appendix:sign language handshapes


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL HANGOUT: HOW TO SIGN MONTHS OF THE YEAR! - Sign Duo


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: Settembre, Ottobre

German: September, Oktober

Spanish: Septiembre, Octubre

French: Septembre, Octobre

Friday, June 16, 2017

ASL - July, August


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in ASL!

We just learned how to say January, February, March, April, May, June

Remember, to say a month, you just have to spell out the first three letters of the month.

July - J-U-L



August - A-U-G



wiktionary - appendix:sign language handshapes


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL HANGOUT: HOW TO SIGN MONTHS OF THE YEAR! - Sign Duo


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: Luglio, Agosto

German: Juli, August

Spanish: Julio, Agosto

French: Julliet, Août

Friday, June 9, 2017

ASL - May, June


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in ASL!

We just learned how to say January, February, March, April

Remember, to say a month, you just have to spell out the first three letters of the month.

May - M-A-Y



June - J-U-N



wiktionary - appendix:sign language handshapes


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL HANGOUT: HOW TO SIGN MONTHS OF THE YEAR! - Sign Duo


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: Maggio, Giugno

German: Mai Juni

Spanish: Mayo, Junio

French: Mai, Juin

Friday, June 2, 2017

ASL - March, April


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in ASL!

We just learned how to say January, February

Remember, to say a month, you just have to spell out the first three letters of the month.

March - M-A-R



April - A-P-R



wiktionary - appendix:sign language handshapes


Here is a helpful video to show how these signs are done.


ASL HANGOUT: HOW TO SIGN MONTHS OF THE YEAR! - Sign Duo


ASL
(from: wikipedia - american sign language)

Italian: Marzo, Aprile

German: März, April

Spanish: Marzo, Abril

French: Mars, Avril