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American Sign Language (ASL) is a way of communicating with your hands and face-- with no spoken words. ASL is the official language of the deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States, but it is also a language that is really helpful for remembering the letters of the alphabet. When you do a motion and say something at the same time it makes what you are learning more "sticky!"

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A-E-I-O-U...these letters are the vowels! Want to learn more about vowels and the two sounds they can make? Take a peek at this video to find out more!Curious about sign language? Want to learn more ASL signs? Check out Lifeprint for free ASL lessons! Then, learn about Austin Vaday and why he thinks American Sign Language is his superpower in this TEDxUCLA video!

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