We are going to show you how to do the signs of the days of the week in American Sign Language. These are super easy!

  • Sunday: Since the “S-hand” is already used in the sign for Saturday; we open both of our hands, palms facing you and move it in a circular motion.
  • Monday:Take your “M-hand” for Monday and turn it towards you and do a little circle.
  • Tuesday: Take your “T-hand”, flip it towards you and you do the same thing (a little circle).
  • Wednesday: Take your “W-hand”, turn it towards you in a circle.
  • Thursday: Since the “T-hand” is already used in the sign for Tuesday, we move the “H-hand” (the second letter of thursday) and move in a circular motion. Sometimes, Thursday is spelled by the letters “T” and then “H”.
  • Friday: Take your “F-hand”, turn it towards you and move in a circle.
  • Saturday: Take your “S-hand” and move in a circle.

That’s it. Now you know the days of the week in American Sign language (ASL).

Days of the week in Sign Language video

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