Sign Language Puzzle Books
- The American Sign Language Puzzle Book - Puzzles in this book are organized by themes such as health. Illustrations are by a well known deaf artist, Betty Miller.
- The American Sign Language Puzzle Book, Volume Two - This sequel has another 120 puzzles, again with illustrations by Betty Miller.
- The American Sign Language Handshape Puzzle Book - This book has 54 crossword and word search puzzles that uses handshapes.
- Learn to Sign the Fun Way: Let Your Fingers Do the Talking with Games, Puzzles, and Activities in American Sign Language - This is a child-oriented book with games focused on signs organized into groups with themes such as Animals.
- The Joy of Signing Puzzle Book - Puzzles in this book are based on the book The Joy of Signing.
- The Joy of Signing Puzzle Book 2 - Puzzles in this book are also based on the book The Joy of Signing.
Sign Language Games for FriendsUntil it got damaged due to my children's frequent play, I enjoyed the Keep Quiet Crossword Game, a sign language form of Boggle. Keep Quiet is still available through vendors of products for deaf and hard of hearing people. Other sign language games, which may be available through vendors of deaf and hard of hearing products, are:
- Sign It!, a board game that challenges you to sign words on cards.
- See it and Sign It, a multi-level game that teaches signs in six word categories and comes with a DVD .
- ASLingo, a sign language bingo game.
- Finger Alphabet Lotto - a matching game for learning the sign language alphabet.
- Sign language playing cards.
- Flashcards for learning sign language.
- The Mystery of the Superintendent's House is a game similar to Clue. The only vendor I could find this game at was HearMore.com.
Sign Language Games OnlineMost sign language games online are fingerspelling, hangman, or matching games.
The sign language dictionary site ASLPro has the following games:
- QuizMe games
- for schools
- daily use signs
- Fingerspell Hangman
- What Am I? (game where you guess what is being signed)
- Find a Match (match sign language videos)
- Jeopardy (select answers to questions)
- The site ABCTeach has several sign language-related printable items. Registration is required for some items:
- Flash cards
- Portfolio covers
- Happy Birthday
- SurfnetKids.com has a Fingerspelling Concentration game
- Funbrain.com has an identify the alphabet/number game.
- Enchanted Learning has flashcards and labeling printouts.
- Apples4theTeacher.com has a fingerspelling game that spells out words you type, plus flashcards.
- British Sign Language users can find games at Deaf Sign. Deaf Sign has puzzles, matching games, and sliding puzzles.