Calendar Cards: ASL-English Bilingual-Bicultural Days of the Week


ASL-English Bilingual-Bicultural Days of Week Calendar Cards demonstrate signs for the days of the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Thursday and Sunday come in two versions, so you will get a total of nine cards. The small circle in the corner represents the motion of the sign as seen from the back. On every card, English text is seen on the bottom. These cards, drawn by a Deaf artist, will help children, students, and ASL learners of all ages to make each ASL-English bilingual day count.


These are nine 3″x 3″ glossy, sturdy cards showing the days of the week in both ASL and English text (Thursday and Sunday have two cards each, to show two different versions). They are designed to be inserted in appropriate slots or stand up on their own. You will be able to easily copy the signs and practice with these cards. These cards will make an excellent addition to any home, office, or classroom and can be used either as handout cards or posters.

This is one part out of the entire package. The entire package includes cards showing days of the month, months, years, YTT, and days of the week along with the blue hanging pocket chart.

The parts of the calendar can be purchased individually or, if you prefer, go here to buy it as a whole package.

Created by Adonia K. Smith
Illustrated by Tamara Davidson

Additional information

Weight 14 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × .4 in

10% of proceeds go to a new national Deaf schools museum