[Videos] Kenyan Sign Language for children by ACD

These short YouTube videos show Kenyan Sign Language explained and used by teachers and learners. They were made for children (early years) by Action for Children with Disabilities Society. There is one introductory video for teachers, parents and deaf learners on how to use the videos and five videos explaining word groups like greetings, colours and parts of the body.

Deaf Child Worldwide shared these videos recently and we wanted to share them with you. If you know of similar resources for deaf learners, please let us know the details and links.

2 thoughts on “[Videos] Kenyan Sign Language for children by ACD

  1. We are excited to this, as we are supporting persons with disabilities in a refugee context ,specially inclusive early childhood education. we can just request support to well support visual and hearing impaired children to learn in inclusive ways in Kakuma refugee camp. Any form of partnership/ grant or support will be crucial for as Voice for disabled people association (VDPA)

    1. Hi. Thanks for your message. EENET is a small organisation that focuses on information documenting and sharing about inclusive education. We are therefore not able to give grants/financial support to other organisations or individuals. However, if you would like to receive some free hard copy materials (booklets, posters etc) please visit our online shop, decide which materials would be most useful, and fill in the form: https://www.eenet.org.uk/eenet-shop-new/
      Best wishes
      Ingrid Lewis, Director

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