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Sign Language & Braille Word Work

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3rd Grade Thoughts
Grade Levels
1st - 5th, Homeschool
Resource Type
Formats Included
  • PDF
3 pages
3rd Grade Thoughts


Looking for new, unique, and kinesthetic ways to practice spelling and/or vocabulary words?

By incorporating these two centers into your Word Work rotation, you are not only having your students practice their words, but become familiar with alternative methods of communicating using the ASL alphabet and the Braille alphabet.

This packet comes with two alphabet sheets that I print on cardstock and laminate to use all year long. There are instructions on the bottom and the Braille sheet also comes with a simple recording sheet. You can laminate this and have students use a dry erase marker to keep this a permanent resource in your center bins.

Interested in more Word Work ideas? Be sure to see all of my resources here: http://3rd.gr/word_work

Be sure to check out my blog for ideas, photos, freebies, and more: 3rd Grade Thoughts
Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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