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Click here to see the unit on Charlotte's Web with teasers in ASL, worksheets, and activities. Technology integration and strategies are included for classroom use.
Click the image above to go to the unit which contains The Polar Express, Jumanji, Just a Dream, The Stranger, and The Widow's Broom
Freckle Juice is an award-winning classic with ASL videos, worksheets, and activities for classroom use.
This video series, done in American Sign Language, contains seven of the Laura Numeroff "If You Give A ___" series. It includes videos and activities.
Mike Mulligan is a classic story that teachers have used for many years. This unit includes the story in ASL as well as worksheets and activities.
This is a unit created with ASL videos, activities and technology integration.
This unit covers the book, Number The Stars. It includes videos, worksheets, and various activities.
This is the story of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. This unit includes videos in American Sign Language and Activities to enhance instruction.
This is the story of Stellaluna as told in American Sign Language. This unit includes activities and worksheets.
This unit includes videos, worksheets, and activities designed for the Deaf Ed classroom.
This unit was created with ASL videos, multilevel activities, and worksheets that are aligned with the TEKs.
This is the story of William "Dummy" Hoy. In this unit, there is an interview with the author and a video of the story in ASL.
Wonder is the story of a young boy who has a facial malformation. Click here to see videos and links to portions of the story.
Wonderstruck is a unit developed with ASL videos as well as activities and worksheets for classroom teachers to use.
These are tutorials done with step by step instructions in ASL for various types of Math problems.
A dictionary of math vocabulary shown in American Sign Language and Signing Exact English.
This is a page that has a collection of additional resources curated from websites and tools on various websites.
Students will learn the history of Deaflympics as well as the information about competing teams, countries, and events. We hope students will not only learn from this lesson but will also be inspired to one day participate in Deaflympics themselves!
This unit contains ASL videos, activities and lessons for classroom use.
This is a place where you can find Resources related to Deaf Culture and History.
The Deaf Smith Collection has videos, lessons, and activities for classroom use about the famous historical figure, Deaf Smith.
This unit contains lessons with videos done by teachers, students and other professionals in ASL as well as activities and materials to teach.
This is an introductory unit to the voting process. It contains ASL videos, worksheets, and activities.
This page contains a list of iPad apps that are free for the day. Some apps stay free for a while, and others go back to being paid quickly.
This page contains video tutorials on using the app "Socrative". There are teacher and student perspective videos.