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Big Al

8 minutes 51 seconds

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Big Al just wants to make friends. But because Big Al is large and scary-looking, the little fish are afraid of him. Then one frightening day, a fishing net captures the other fish, Big Al gets the chance to prove what a wonderful friend he can be. Part of the Sign Language Storytelling Series.

Media Details

Runtime: 8 minutes 51 seconds

Still image from: Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 1
5 minutes 52 seconds
Grade Level: K - 4
Still image from: Big Al
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 2
8 minutes 51 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5
Still image from: There's Something In My Attic
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 3
6 minutes 16 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5
Still image from: Blue Burt And Wiggles
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 4
9 minutes 30 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5
Still image from: A Creature Was Stirring: One Boy's Night Before Christmas
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 5
13 minutes 12 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5
Still image from: Little Quack
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 6
7 minutes 33 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5
Still image from: Gladys Goes Out To Lunch
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 7
6 minutes 18 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5
Still image from: Goodnight Moon
Sign Language Storytelling
Episode 8
5 minutes 33 seconds
Grade Level: K - 5

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    Theresa T. (Jeffersonville, IN)
    November 26th, 2019 at 11:23 PM

    I really enjoyed watching this video. The guy signing (I don't recall his name) is incredibly expressive. I'm not fluent in ASL, but it's my daughter's language and watching ASL interpreters helps me learn her language better.

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    Christina Z. (Milford, KS)
    October 23rd, 2018 at 01:18 PM

    really cute story great for children

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    PATRICIA M. (Riverside, CA)
    October 12th, 2016 at 03:43 PM

    Great to see this story signed in ASL so clearly.