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An American Sign Language adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's story performed by students from the New Mexico School for the Deaf. Teaches the importance of accepting oneself and others. Introduces signs used in the production.
Runtime: 41 minutes 45 seconds
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Loved that this was interpreted and acted out by the children. It is a great way to get other children to break out of their shells when they see other children acting and signing. Great concept.
This is a FAVORITE of my daughter who loves seeing stories in sign language. Love the theme of the story too - it relates so much to being different and deafness and Down Syndrome are surely in that category, so my daughter can relate so well to it.
Funding provided by the Department of Education
Administered by the National Association of the Deaf