Sign language flashcards can be made by creating your own online set, printing out a pre-existing set from a website or pasting images to index cards. To generate your own online set, Quizlet.com lets users create free accounts to upload images as well as text. Images of signs can be uploaded and then paired with their verbal equivalents.
Quizlet.com also has many ready-made sets of sign language flashcards that do not require an account to view. These cards can be flipped to reveal the answer by selecting "Click to flip." EnchantedLearning.com and ABCteach.com also have sign language flashcards that can be printed out and used manually. However, these sets are largely limited to beginner sign language skills, such as numbers and the alphabet.
To create an original set, upload images of signs from a camera or download them from a website, such as LifePrint.com. LifePrint.com offers a wide variety of images that display common signs, ranging from beginner fingerspelling to more advanced signs and techniques, such as joke telling and sentence building. Print each image and paste it on one side of an index card. On the opposite side of the index card, write the verbal equivalent of the word.