Click on NEW WORD (may take a moment to load)...
      

Type your answer here:               

  


Maximum number of letters?   3   4   5   any

Set your speed:   slow   medium   fast   Deaf

Fine tune your speed:     

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Announcements:
● This ASL.ms fingerspelling tool is now available optimized for your IPhone or IPAD: 
CLICK HERE (To go to the iTunes store)
● This fingerspelling tool and over 75 MORE tools are available for your Android Smartphone. Visit http://asl.tc for more info.
● This fingerspelling tool is available for your desktop computer (offline) as part of Dr. Bill's "SuperDisk"

 

 

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Keyboard shortcuts for the Fingerspelling tool:
 

Alt-n -- load a new word
Alt-r -- review the fingerspelling
Alt-s -- slow speed
Alt-m -- medium speed
Alt-f -- fast speed
Alt-d -- Deaf speed
 


 

Hello :)
Welcome! 
I encourage sign language students to find a qualified local Deaf tutor or American Sign Language (ASL)  instructor to help you learn ASL or fingerspelling.  This ASL fingerspelling site is a little tool I put together to help my college ASL students get some receptive fingerspelling practice. It isn't perfect, but it seems to help so I figured I'd share it with the world. If it is of use to you, great!
I wish you the very best!
Cordially,
- Dr. Bill Vicars
Lifeprint.com

p.s.  If your browser is slow and reloads this page each time you play a new word you might want to make sure your browser is set to get the images from its local cache (memory) - instead of downloading them for each word. If you are using the "Internet Explorer" browser here are instructions: Find the "Tools" menu then go to "Internet Options" > General > Browsing History > Settings > Temporary Internet Files > "Check for newer versions of stored pages," choose "Automatically."   That will load the images from your computer's memory (cache) by default and will only download the images again if needed.  

 

 

To learn more about:  ASL, (American Sign Language) Deaf Culture, and fingerspelling -- visit www.Lifeprint.com.