Happy holidays and seasons: vocabulary in sign language

Learn some ASL vocabulary of season holidays: Christmas, Hannukhah, and such.

Three-year-old kid wishes you a Merry Christmas.


ASL sign for HANNUKHAH. Use the "4" handshape, not "5".

Happy holidays from the sign language master

ASL text translated as: "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Gifts to you: love, friendship, support, unity."

It's the written version of ASL. It's an early learning of ASL writing but it gives you the idea what it's like.

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