Fingerspelling Alphabet poster – Children’s key word sign – DOWNLOADABLE



DOWNLOADABLE key word sign fingerspelling alphabet posters.


This product contains three posters, one of the alphabet characters signing, and 2 posters (colour / black and white) with the hands signing the alphabet.


The character poster has a QR code that takes you to the Alphabet Song with key word signs, and video tutorial on how to sign each letter of the alphabet.


Once your order is processed you will receive access to the high quality DOWNLOADABLE posters.


Key Word Sign sometimes requires fingerspelling and the fingerspelling alphabet is often used in other signs, especially at the beginning of signs. A few examples are:


Family members (eg. Mother is ‘M’ tapped on hand twice)

Periods of Time (Minutes, Years etc)

Days of the week


It can also be useful for names, often just using one letter, for example if your child has two sisters, to identify them you many want to sign ‘sister’ followed by the first letter of their name.


This poster has been designed as a fun resource to introduce you to the fingerspelling alphabet, all characters in these posters have a dominant right hand.


Key Word Sign (KWS) is an alternative and augmentative communication tool that uses Auslan (Australian Sign Language) alongside speech to  provide  pre-speaking or non-speaking children an alternative way to communicate. For children expected to speak long term key word sign encourages speech through the communication partners verbalising the word while signing.


For fingerspelling key word sign uses the two handed fingerspelling Auslan Alphabet.


You may be able to use NDIS funding to purchase this product.