are Dr. Bill's version of fingerspelling "word search" worksheets.
Feel free to make copies for use with your students. You can access them online
or on most PCs you may download them by right clicking and choosing "Save target
► Fingerseek 1 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 2 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 3 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 4 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 5 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 6 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 7 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 8 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 9 (.pdf format)
► Fingerseek 10 (.pdf format)
Feel free to make paper printouts of these word-searches for your students.
Here are a few more for you: 11 |
12 | 13 |
these fingerseeks are somewhat addicting.
If you crave more word-search madness I've got just the fix for which you
are looking: Over a hundred "fingerseeks" are on the "Superdisk" (my
resource DVD). - Dr. Bill
Bonus! Kelly Stack, Ph.D. of the World Languages
Dept. at Monterey Peninsula College emailed me a few more fingerspelling word
searches. (Thank you Dr. Kelly!)It is my pleasure to pass them along.
Here they are:
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Question: How can I get permission to use this
information in the in-person classes that I teach?
Answer: Go ahead.
For more information, see my
2. Question: Are these Fingerseeks copyrighted?
Answer: Yes, but feel free to make copies and hand out in your classes
or email to your students. I only ask that you don't post the files
to your own website as that would impact my traffic eh? Instead,
link from your website to this page. The name "fingerseek,"
the format, word order, and layout are copyrighted by William Vicars
/ Lifeprint.com. The "Gallaudet" typefont is © by David
Rakowski. The term "Fingerseek™"
is trademarked by William Vicars.
3. Question: How can I make my own fingerseeks?
Answer: Download the "Gallaudet" typefont (see the link from the
front page of Lifeprint.com and then either build a table using
"Word" or some other word processing program or use one of the
".doc" versions of the fingerseeks on the Superdisk and build your
- Dr. Bill
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