Posts Tagged ‘ASL Nook’

Signs of the Season

December 26, 2015

Shaylee Mansfield (age 6) tells the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer in American Sign Language. From ASL Nook.

More:

“ASL Version of ‘Rudolph’ Shows Amazing Storytelling Skills,” Arika Okrent, Mental Floss

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Silent Night Before Christmas

December 24, 2013

Shaylee McFeely signs “The Night Before Christmas.”  Sheena McFeely, her mom, introduces her and the rest is captioned. This is the best version of the classic poem you’ll see tonight [4 minutes 51 seconds].

More:

“9 Reasons This Little Girl’s Sign Language Version of  ‘Twas he Night Before Christmas’ is Great,” Arika Okrent, Mental Floss

“A Visit from St. Nicholas,” Clement Clark Moore, Poetry Foundation

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