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  • Poster for No Ordinary Hero the Super Deaf movie. A man in a suit stands with Super Deafy comic books behind him. Inset of a sad boy outside holding a Super Deafy doll. Inset of Marlee Matlin smiling.

    No Ordinary Hero: The Super Deafy Movie

    Produced by deaf executive producers and directed by a deaf director, No Ordinary Hero: The Super Deafy Movie follows the evolution of the beloved character and role model who must reveal the man behind the cape to find true love and inspire a young deaf boy to believe in himself. Starring John Maucere and Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin. Described and captioned. Rated PG.

  • Round shapes with the covers of each book.

    Weston Woods' audiovisual adaptations bring outstanding children's picture books to life, and DCMP’s description and captions help make them accessible. Supertruck, The Very First Thanksgiving Day, Groovy Joe: Ice Cream and Dinosaurs, and Hi! Fly Guy (Grades 1-4), and Grace for President (Grades 4-6).

  • Bill Nye wears sunglasses, a bow tie and a lab coat while he holds a small model of Jupiter next to a large model of the Sun.

    Why With Nye

    Bill Nye teams up with NASA in the new series Why With Nye to explain the science behind the mission to Jupiter. The goals of the mission include understanding the origin and evolution of Jupiter, locating a solid planetary core, and mapping the magnetic field.

  • Muppets Big Bird, Abelardo, Grover, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, Pancho Contrera, and Lola.

    Plaza Sésamo

    DCMP is proud to offer Plaza Sésamo, the Spanish-language version of Sesame Street! Captioned for deaf and hard of hearing children, Plaza Sésamo teaches basic literacy and numeracy and helps children gain a better understanding of the world around them.

New Media Releases

  • Image from What Is an Amphibian? (Spanish)

    What Is an Amphibian? (Spanish) - 2012 - 11 minutes

    Students explore the features of amphibians. Concepts and terminology include cold-blooded, metamorphosis, frog, tadpole, toad, and salamander.

  • Image from What Is an Insect? (Spanish)

    What Is an Insect? (Spanish) - 2012 - 11 minutes

    Students investigate the major characteristics of familiar and unusual insects that inhabit the planet. Concepts and terminology include invertebrate, six legs, and exoskeleton.

  • Image from Activities of Plants (Spanish)

    Activities of Plants (Spanish) - 2012 - 16 minutes

    Students investigate important processes including photosynthesis, reproduction, growth, and germination. They also learn how these processes relate to the structure of plants. Important terminology includes flower, pistil, stamen, pollen, pollination, and reproduction.

  • Image from Adaptations (Spanish)

    Adaptations (Spanish) - 2012 - 15 minutes

    Characteristics enabling organisms to survive and reproduce are referred to as adaptations. This program explores the wide range of adaptations that all living things exhibit. Important terminology includes environment, characteristics, competition, survival, structural adaptations, and behavioral adaptations.

  • Image from Cells (Spanish)

    Cells (Spanish) - 2012 - 16 minutes

    Students explore the smallest, but most important units of life: cells. They also gain an understanding of common cell parts through lifelike animations. Additional concepts and terminology include building blocks of life, animal cell, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, plant cell, photosynthesis, cell wall, chloroplasts, organelles, and role of cells in the body.

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