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Children's Stories and Literature Retold in ASL: Websites

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Websites

This is a book cover that shows a yellow font titled Goodnight Moon, a window on the left hand side showing a white moon and stars with green and orange striped curtains, a white fireplace, a yellow framed picture of a yellow fox-like animal jumping and part of a wooden floor.The book cover image at left by Clement Hurd is from the Amazon site

Sign Language Storytelling by Described Captioned Media Program-----Apply for membership for free and view these videos. Popular .children's books are brought to life by original music, voice, and sign language. This series helps all children appreciate the richness of visual language and basic American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary. 
Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, Big Al, There's Something in My Attic, Blue Burt and Wiggles, A Creature was Stirring: One Boy's Night Before Christmas, Little Quack, Gladys Goes Out to Lunch, and Goodnight Moon.

Deaf World Around You Stories

1001 Books in ASL-Charles Katz retells children's stories in ASL. 

VL2 Storybook Apps-from Gallaudet University

ASL Storytelling Library-from the Educational Resource Center on Deafness 

ASL Literacy Packets with Videos--Illinois Service Resource Center

Dr. Suess and Keith Wann

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