Join us at the Kimberly Library September 12, 19, 26 from 3:45-4:30 to learn basic sign language. The program is geared for children K-6 and will cover letters, numbers, colors, days of the week, question words, basic sentences, and frequently used signs in school.

I'm almost positive this is British Sign Language because most of the letters use two hands whereas ASL only uses one hand for every letter.

Today's British Sign Language (#BSL) Sign is: CONGRATULATIONS - see all of our signs in our free online dictionary at

Sign language can be effectively used to communicate between two people who cannot understand each other's language.

Help your students learn their color words with a fun bingo game. There are 3 variations plus suggestions for using sign language in the game too! (There are also different game boards so the pictures are not all in the same place). Print off as many as you need for your class and laminate them.

Endangered Animal ASL Bingo w pictures (January