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As soon as they say goodnight to Mama, five little monkeys start to jump on their bed. But trouble lies ahead, as one by one, they fall off and bump their heads. Part of the Sign Language Storytelling Series.
Runtime: 5 minutes 52 seconds
Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed
There's Something In My Attic
Blue Burt And Wiggles
A Creature Was Stirring: One Boy's Night Before Christmas
Gladys Goes Out To Lunch
Awesome ASL story!
Really fun ASL story. My students love it!
Fun to watch
My elementary sign language club enjoyed this short video. They could pick up on a few signs for their second lesson, and see how to sign 1-5. That introduced our lesson in numbers and telling time.
Excellent resource for our 1st grade deaf student mainstreamed in the classroom! Intend to use this for the whole class as well at a later time to expose them to ASL.
This series is wonderfully entertaining and well done. The signing is very clear and matches the text and illustrations. The "extras" like vocabulary practice and quiz make it even better. The students loved it-even the older students.
Wonderfully done, Manny delivered the story in a way my child truly appreciates and enjoy. We've watched this over and over and will continue to be my child's' favorite. Thank you!
Any two year old would probably enjoy this story. Mine wants it again and again and again. :)
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