Learning ASL – ASL Resources

Here are the best YouTube Channels, Websites, and Apps for Learning ASL.

There are so many resources for learning, but these are the primary ones with accurate American Sign Language.

YouTube Channels

1. Signed with Heart: https://www.youtube.com/c/signedwithheart

25 Basic Signs for Beginners

2. Bill Vicars: https://www.youtube.com/c/billvicars


1. Signing Savvy https://www.signingsavvy.com/

American Sign Language online dictionary
More great video clips of searchable signs, also the ability to make wordlists, flashcards and quizzes, monthly/annual fee required to access full member benefits including mobile apps (iOS and Android)

2. HandsSpeak https://www.handspeak.com/
American Sign Language online dictionary

First 100+ ASL Signs: http://www.handspeak.com/word/most-used/

3. LifePrint: www.lifeprint.com
Video clips  of first 100 signs, FREE ASL lessons, dictionary, fingerspelling practice.


1. The ASL App: https://theaslapp.com/

2,500+ signs and phrases.  You can save favorite signs (or the signs you want to practice more), go into slow mode, and tap/scrub anytime you want the video to pause or go back a bit.

2. ASL American Sign Language

On iPhone and Android for free, with in-app purchases available.

Learn the alphabet and number signs and commonly used phrases. Picture matching and memory games are also available.  Also, there are several videos of familiar nursery rhymes and songs, making the app useful for learning ASL with young children.