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Still image from: Helen Keller for Kids
7 minutes 5 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 8

Helen Adams Keller was an American author, disability rights advocate, political activist, and lecturer. Born in West Tuscumbia, Alabama, she lost her sight and her hearing at 19 months old after an illness. This video provides an overview of the ...Read More

Christina Vorreyer-Davis looks at us while squinting her eyes. She rests her wrist on one hand and points her finger at us. Text reads, “Beat-You.”
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 7
1 minutes 1 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Christina Vorreyer-Davis looks at us with her hands next to each other with two pinkie fingers up. Text reads, “Talk-self.”
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 6
58 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Christina Vorreyer-David looks at us while holding her hand to her neck. Text reads, “Swallow-Pride.”
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 5
1 minutes 2 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Christina Vorreyer-Davis looks at us with a frown on her face as she hand one hand in a thumbs up position and another one with a finger out against the top of her other hand’s fingers. “Text, “Finish Touch.”
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 3
1 minutes 10 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Christina Vorreyer-David looks at us with scrunched up eyebrows and points to her forehead. Text reads, “Make-Face For-For.”
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 4
1 minutes 12 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Christina Vorreyer-Davis looks at us and holds her hands together in fists with her thumbs up. Text reads, “Money behind.”
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 2
1 minutes 18 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Christina Vorreyer-Davis stands in front of a black backdrop and looks at us with a big smile. She holds her hand to her forehead like she’s saluting.
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 1
1 minutes 20 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

A quick lesson on ASL idioms hosted by Christina Vorreyer-Davis from the Deaf Mentor Program with the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Part of the "Did You Know? ASL Idioms" series.

Girl reaches out with both hands to touch a boy's face, white cane leaning against her shoulder. Caption. You have a nice face, but sad.
42 minutes 25 seconds
Grade Level: 7 - 12

Felix harasses a blind girl in his high school. Through a series of mysterious events, he finds himself blind and sent back to 1935, where he meets Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan. Felix lives with them and learns about blindness, "seeing" with ...Read More

Woman seated next to a student in a classroom setting. Caption. In providing an equal opportunity in learning.
12 minutes 37 seconds
Grade Level: All

Every student deserves equal access to learning opportunities. Giving description and captioning options to students with broad differences in their ability to see and hear makes educational media accessible to them. Provides examples of descripti...Read More

Looking excited, two people smile as they stand in front of a sign that reads, “Mill Mountain Zoo.”
5 minutes 11 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Join deaf mentor Joey as his family takes a trip to the zoo in Roanoke, Virginia. This title is presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind Deaf Mentor Program.

Rainbow text written in crayon and three hands signing three hundred. Text reads, “The first three hundred. Animals.”
First 300 Signs
Episode 1
5 minutes 27 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Deaf mentors demonstrate the signs for animal names in this episode. Presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind Deaf Mentor Program. Part of the "First 300 Signs" series.

Rainbow text written in crayon and three hands signing three hundred. Text reads, “The first three hundred. Clothes.”
First 300 Signs
Episode 2
3 minutes 14 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

This episode covers signs for clothing items. Presented in American Sign Language by the Arizona Schools State for the Deaf and Blind Deaf Mentor Program. Part of the "First 300 Signs" series.

Book cover titled, "Sofia the First: A Princess Thing." Cartoon of Sofia smiling at us and standing with her arms crossed while a Pegasus flies above a castle in the background.
5 minutes 4 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Join Sofia the First on a high-flying adventure. Based on the children's book from Disney and presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind Deaf Mentor Program.

Rainbow text written in crayon and three hands signing three hundred. Text reads, “The first three hundred. Families.”
First 300 Signs
Episode 3
2 minutes 43 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

This episode covers the signs for common vocabulary used in familial settings. Presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind Deaf Mentor Program. Part of the "First 300 Signs" series.

Book cover titled, "Maisy's Bedtime." Illustration of Maisy the mouse sitting under the covers in bed and reading a book. Text reads, "Lucy Cousins."
5 minutes 13 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Maisy and her friends get ready for bed. What extraordinary adventure awaits? Based on the children's book by Lucy Cousins and presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind Deaf Mentor Program.

Purple virus illustration with toilet plunger-like spikes all over its body. The virus stares at us with yellow eyes that have big bags under them. It has a devious smile with two fangs and a golden crown on its head. Text reads, “A Kid’s Guide To The Coronavirus.”
A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus
Episode 1
2 minutes 47 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Join deaf mentors from the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind as they answer questions about the coronavirus. Information is presented in American Sign Language (ASL). Part of the "A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus" series.

Purple virus illustration with toilet plunger-like spikes all over its body. The virus stares at us with yellow eyes that have big bags under them. It has a devious smile with two fangs and a golden crown on its head. Text reads, “A Kid’s Guide To The Coronavirus.”
A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus
Episode 2
3 minutes 12 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Join deaf mentors from the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind as they answer questions about the coronavirus. Information is presented in American Sign Language (ASL). Part of the "A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus" series.

Purple virus illustration with toilet plunger-like spikes all over its body. The virus stares at us with yellow eyes that have big bags under them. It has a devious smile with two fangs and a golden crown on its head. Text reads, “A Kid’s Guide To The Coronavirus.”
A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus
Episode 3
2 minutes 45 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Join deaf mentors from the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind as they answer questions about the coronavirus. Information is presented in American Sign Language (ASL). Part of the "A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus" series.

Purple virus illustration with toilet plunger-like spikes all over its body. The virus stares at us with yellow eyes that have big bags under them. It has a devious smile with two fangs and a golden crown on its head. Text reads, “A Kid’s Guide To The Coronavirus.”
A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus
Episode 4
3 minutes 53 seconds
Grade Level: Ps - 5

Join deaf mentors from the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind as they answer questions about the coronavirus. Information is presented in American Sign Language (ASL). Part of the "A Kid's Guide to the Coronavirus" series.