This worksheet combines two of our favorite subjects, fine art, and sign language. In these ASL art alphabet decoder sign language worksheets for kids, you will be able to enjoy art while coloring, and learning American sign language.
Whether you are learning sign language, as my son is, or not. There is so much fun and learning to be had with these free printables.
You will not only learn sign language, but you can learn all about fine art.
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Art Worksheets For Kids
Print out the sign language worksheets below, they will print out on 13 full pages.
These ASL art printables are free to print but are for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the post and add your email address to get the pdf file.
What supplies do I need for these worksheets?
We have recently purchased these coloring pens and they are absolutely fantastic. They are great for budding artists as they are dual-tip markers.
You will of course need paper, we use cardstock as I prefer it, but regular copy paper will work too.
What famous artists are included in these sign language worksheets for kids?
The famous artists worksheets include works by:
- Gustav Klimt
- Wassily Kandinsky
- Henri Rousseau
- Mary Cassat
- Rene Magritte
- Georgia Totto O’Keeffe
- Paul Cezanne
- Winslow Homer
- Keith Haring
- Vincent Van Gogh
- Hieronymus Bosch
Art Books and Curriculum
If you are looking for an art homeschool curriculum please check out my detailed post.
But if you are just looking at a mini-unit study to use with these 12 printables I highly recommend this artbook. I have checked our edition and all of the above artists are listed.
Art, the definitive visual guide is an absolutely amazing art book that everyone should have on their bookshelves.
There are over 600 pages with art dating from pre-historic time to the current day. My edition is from 2008, but the one I have linked to is the newest edition, 2018.
ASL Art Coloring Pages
What I also love (even if I do say so myself!!) is that not only can you learn ASL and about famous artists, but you can use these sheets to color in the paintings too!
Grab your pens, crayons, or paints and either go crazy with the colors or try and make it look like the original.
What we did was after my son had found the names of the art, he colored them in the way he thought they would have been. Then compared the original with his new masterpiece.
Download the free ASL worksheets
Last Updated on 8 February 2023 by homeschoolof1