I created this visual reference of 20 functional signs for my non-verbal students with autism, parents, and staff members who work with the children. After I started learning signs and teaching my students I realized that the signs would not be useful if
Simply print out the owls write the child's name then cut them out. They can be put on lockers, backs of the chairs or as a door decoration. There are colored ones or black and white ones. The black and white ones could be a first day activity for the children to color, cut, and write their name on the tag then put it up on the doorway.
Essential ASL Sign Language - for SASL (South African SL) please ignore the signs for "good-bye", "thank you" and "later", the other signs are the same. Also the ASL sign for "please" is the SASL sign for "pleasure"