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sign language online Free sign language resources and extracurricular materials for language enthusiasts, ASL students and learners, instructors and teachers, interpreters, homeschoolers, parents and professionals who are interested in learning how to sign language online and/or beyond classes for practice or self-study.

See how cute a four year-old girl describes the shape of a heart. Translated as: "Hey, I want to make a big heart (describing the heart's shape). Happy Valentine Day!"

Sign Language dictionary

American Sign Language dictionary

How do you sign "thank you" or "I love you" in ASL? Browse or search thousands of signed words in the ASL video dictionary online.

Learning ASL as a second language (L2)

learning American Sign Language

Learning a signed language is fun and popular. Bilingualism is not the only benefit, but also bimodalism is another linguistic advantage for the cognitive and sensorial development. Plus many other benefits.

Signing ASL as a first language (L1)

signing with babies and toddlers

Studies from neuroscience to linguistics show that language acquisition, developmental milestones, and linguistic activities in the brain are similiar in signed language as found in spoken language.

Visual / Deaf culture

ASL literature and arts

Learning sign language is inseparable from studying its visual Deaf culture. Signed language with the core of its culture is a distinct, cultural-linguistic identity of people of the eye.