Rules for Good Netiquette

View this post on Instagram Learn about Netiquette and how to conduct yourself properly on the internet. Watch @byscottmadsen as he explains 10 Netiquette rules that you can keep in mind as you navigate the internet to stay safe! #deafeducation #deafeducator #educationaltechonology #teachersofinstagram #teachingwithtechnology #teacher #teacherlife #teachersfollowteachers #iteachdeafed #iteach #teacherlife #americansignlanguage A post shared by […]

US Government: Judicial Branch

View this post on Instagram The last of the government three part series. Anna explains the role the judicial branch plays in our US government. #DeafEdAtHome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Apr 16, 2020 at 11:45am PDT

3D Shapes

View this post on Instagram Montana goes through the different 3D shapes and explains what edges, vertices, and faces are in relation to 3D shapes. If students have an IXL account they can practice these skills there! A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Apr 16, 2020 at 11:37am PDT

Shades of Meaning: Throw

View this post on Instagram A week-long series: Shades of Meaning! Amelia and Ray introduce you to shades of meaning, which means a concept that has many words that can be used to show small differences meaning between similar words. In this video, Amelia and Ray explain the shades of meaning for the concept THROW […]

Shades of Meaning: Cold

View this post on Instagram A week-long series: Shades of Meaning! Amelia and Ray introduce you to shades of meaning, which means a concept that has many words that can be used to show small differences meaning between similar words. In this video, Amelia explains the shades of meaning for the concept COLD and acts […]

Shades of Meaning: Eat

View this post on Instagram A week-long series: Shades of Meaning! Amelia and Ray introduce you to shades of meaning, which means a concept that has many words that can be used to show small differences meaning between similar words. In this video, Ray and Amelia explain the shades of meaning for the concept EAT […]

Shades of Meaning: Mad

View this post on Instagram A week-long series: Shades of Meaning! Amelia and Ray introduce you to shades of meaning, which means a concept that has many words that can be used to show small differences meaning between similar words. In this video, Ray and Amelia explain the shades of meaning for the concept MAD […]

Adding to Find the Perimeter

View this post on Instagram Join Sarah in this math lesson about adding perimeter. You can measure each side of an item in your house and the add them together to find perimeter. Grab a ruler or a yard stick and you’re ready to start finding the perimeter of everyday things inside your house! #deafedathome […]

Equal Groups

View this post on Instagram Did you know that you can learn about equal groups with every day items around your house? Kaitie uses eggs to challenge you to see how many different ways you can make equal groups out of a dozen eggs. #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Apr 8, 2020 […]

Different Types of Angles

View this post on Instagram Follow along as Montana teaches different types of angles students will use often in math class! A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Apr 6, 2020 at 11:45am PDT

Name Practice Activity

View this post on Instagram Fine motor practice plus name recognition and fingerspelling practice in one activity! Watch our previous video as Stephanie explains how to make our own at home. Share your name with us once you’ve finished creating your own! 🌈🤟🏼❤️ #deafedathome #earlychildhoodeducation #preschool #deafkidsrock #distancelearning A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on […]

Name Practice

View this post on Instagram Today you can practice spelling your name today! Adults may need to help little ones get started and help them write their name. This activity is great for practicing so many things such as print name recognition, fingerspelling, ABCs, fine motor skills, and so much more! Anything can be glued […]

Verbs with Your Eyes

View this post on Instagram What are some actions you do with your eyes? Let's learn some new vocabulary with @languagefirstlab #elearning #deafedathome #asl #bilingualed #iteachdhh #deafedslp A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Apr 3, 2020 at 9:00am PDT

The United States Government: Executive Branch

View this post on Instagram Part two of a three part series exploring the different branches of the United States government. In this video, Anna expands on the executive branch specifically and the role it serves within the government structure. A follow up activity to this video is to have students write down the name […]

“My Friend Rabbit” STEM Challenge

View this post on Instagram In “My Friend Rabbit”, Rabbit gets his airplane stuck in a tree and has to stack many animals on top of each other to grab it! Now, Kaitie challenges you to create a grabbing device at home that you can use to pick up light items. #STEM #deafedathome A post […]

The History of April Fool’s Day

View this post on Instagram Find out why April Fool's Day started, and why it happens on April 1st! Hint: it is because of calendars. Have you played an April Fool's prank on a family member or friend? Post your video and tag us, or type your story in the comments! Watch out for Amelia's […]

Color Idioms

View this post on Instagram Part 3 of the Idiom Series — Learn about 5 color idioms! The idioms learned include: caught red-handed, once in a blue moon, black sheep, have the green light, and white lie. Do you want to learn more idioms?? Comment below! And look out for some practice with idioms that […]

Math Lesson – Lines

View this post on Instagram Montana explains different types of lines that we use in math class. This video reviews and expands on key mathematical vocabulary, and encourages students to practice these concepts on sites such as IXL. #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 31, 2020 at 7:52am PDT

United States Government – Legislative Branch

View this post on Instagram Part one of a three part series exploring the different branches of the United States government. In this video, Anna expands on the legislative branch specifically and the role it serves within the government structure. A follow up activity to this video is to have students write down a law […]

My Friend Rabbit Part 2

View this post on Instagram Part 2!! After reading “My Friend Rabbit”, practice identifying problem/solution! In the story, what was Rabbit’s problem? What was his solution? #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 30, 2020 at 6:01pm PDT

Signed Story – My Friend Rabbit

View this post on Instagram Welcome spring with this sweet story of friendship and problem/solution.#deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 30, 2020 at 5:57pm PDT

Body Part Idioms

View this post on Instagram Learn English body part idioms! This video is Part 2 of the English Idioms series. If you missed Part 1 (animal idioms) you can watch that video first. Amelia explains what 5 body part idioms mean AND their origin — where did that phrase come from? More videos about English […]

Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

View this post on Instagram Let’s get up and move our bodies today! Join Casey for exercises you can do anywhere! ?? #elearning #deafeducation #asl #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 28, 2020 at 6:41am PDT

A Lesson on Camera Shots

View this post on Instagram Learn about different types of camera shots to help you to make some cool videos at home! Watch @byscottmadsen as he describes 10 different camera shots and show examples. Did ya know you don't need a fancy camera to make a cool video? You can use your phone (yes the […]

Medical Vocabulary

View this post on Instagram Learn the names and functions of some medical items ?? with @languagefirstlab #deafeducation #deafedathome #elearning #asl #iteachdhh A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 27, 2020 at 8:24am PDT

Animal Idioms

View this post on Instagram Learn English animal idioms! Amelia explains what 5 animal idioms mean AND their origin — where did that phrase come from? More videos about different types of idioms and their origins will be posted soon! #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 26, 2020 at 2:06pm PDT

Guided Drawing – Bunny Rabbit

View this post on Instagram Get a piece of paper and something to draw with, and follow along as Sarah teaches you step by step how to draw a bunny. ? Not an artist? Not a problem (Sarah isn't either!). Sarah breaks it down to simple steps for you to try your best. If you […]

Interpreted Story: Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes

View this post on Instagram Watch, listen, and read the story Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes with Anna! When viewing this story it is recommended to switch to full screen mode to get the best view of the signing and the book! #DeafEdAtHome #InterpretedStories #PeteTheCat A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on […]

Counting and Fine Motor Practice

View this post on Instagram Today is all about practicing counting and building strong hands and fingers. It is especially important for young Deaf children who utilize ASL to develop their hand muscles because it supports creating complex handshapes when signing! If spaghetti noodles are hard to find in your area, pipe cleaners work amazing […]

Clothing for Hot vs. Cold Weather

View this post on Instagram Let’s sort clothing by whether you wear them in hot weather or cold weather ??? with @languagefirstlab #clothingsort #elearning #deafeducation #asl #iteachdhh #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 25, 2020 at 6:01am PDT

Verb Particles Activity

View this post on Instagram Let’s practice verb particles! Watch the IGTV video about verb particles (in another post), then come back here and challenge yourself! #elearning #deafeducation #deafstudents #asl #english #literacy #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 24, 2020 at 3:01pm PDT

Verb Particles

View this post on Instagram Learn about verb particles! A verb particle is a short English phrase (2-3 words) that does not have an obvious meaning. It is made up of 1 verb and 1-2 prepositions. Many times, when you translate an English verb particle into ASL, it becomes only ONE sign! How cool is […]

Show and Tell Challenge

View this post on Instagram One thing to do with your friends over VP, Facetime, Zoom, or video is to do Show & Tell! Find something cool in your house to show your friends, and tell them all about it! Here, Katey describes her iPad using the Expanding Expressions Tool (EET). If you need help […]

How to Do Laundry

View this post on Instagram How to do laundry ? #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 24, 2020 at 1:00pm PDT

Addressing a Letter

View this post on Instagram Writing letters is a fun (and educational) way to stay in contact with your friends and family. Sarah teaches us how to address a letter to make sure that it gets to the write person. For this activity you will need a written letter, an envelope, and a stamp. It's […]

Mental Health Break and Stretching

View this post on Instagram Are you feeling tired, stressed, or overwhelmed from working and learning at home? ? It’s probably time for a mental health break! Follow along with Casey for a breathing technique and some stretches you can do at home to help you feel calm! ??‍♀️??‍♂️??‍♀️??‍♂️??‍♀️??‍♂️??‍♀️??‍♂️??‍♀️??‍♂️ _____________________________ #elearning #mindfulness #mentalhealth #stretch #breathe […]

Making Playdough

View this post on Instagram Play dough is so much fun for children of all ages and making it works on so many great skills, such as counting and measuring. Make sure to have an adult help you while making this play dough, as it requires hot water and cutting lemons! Follow along with @preschoolsigns […]

Cooking vs. Baking

View this post on Instagram What’s the difference between cooking and baking? Which ingredients and tools are used for each? ??‍? with @languagefirstlab #elearning #iteachdhh #deafkidsrock #deafeducation #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 23, 2020 at 9:10am PDT

Shampoo Vocabulary

View this post on Instagram Learn 7 new vocabulary words that can be found on shampoo, conditioner, and body wash bottles! Vocabulary introduced include: scalp, dandruff, dryness, relief, fortifying, hydrates, exfoliates. #elearning #deafeducation #deafed #deafstudents #vocabulary #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 22, 2020 at 8:06pm PDT

What’s the Weather Today?

View this post on Instagram Let's get outside and check the weather along with @preschoolsigns! This activity is great for young children and their families to work together to determine what is the weather today! Your weather may be different than Miss Stephanie's, so share with us your drawing when you're finished! ?☀️??☁️ #deafedathome #elearning […]

Washing the Dishes

View this post on Instagram What are the steps the washing the dishes? ?? with @languagefirstlab #deafeducation #elearning #deafedslp #asl #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 22, 2020 at 1:05pm PDT

Comparing Dogs Using a Venn Diagram

View this post on Instagram Comparing my dogs using a Venn diagram. How are they the same? How are they different? #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 20, 2020 at 4:53pm PDT

In The Forest

View this post on Instagram Learn some vocabulary with me in the forest. Targets: creek, trail, bark, twig, stump ?? with @languagefirstlab #elearning #iteachdhh #deafeducation #asl #deafedslp #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 20, 2020 at 7:03am PDT

Box Activity

View this post on Instagram Look for boxes in your pantry. You can count,sort,compare sizes and build like blocks. #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 19, 2020 at 6:17pm PDT

Cooking Demonstration: Cookie in a Mug

View this post on Instagram In this video students can follow along with Anna's step by step instructions to learn how to make a chocolate chip cookie in a mug! Parents should monitor students when making this recipe to ensure they are using proper ingredients, microwave safe containers, and entering the correct times. Warning: This […]

All About My Dog

View this post on Instagram Basic vocabulary and facts about my dog! Concepts targeted: ear, tail, paw. ? with @languagefirstlab #deafeducation #elearning #iteachdhh #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 19, 2020 at 10:31am PDT

Counting

View this post on Instagram Go & do some exercise that includes counting! #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 19, 2020 at 9:57am PDT

Subtracting Fractions

View this post on Instagram Ordering pizza is the perfect opportunity to work on subtracting fractions. Shirt from www.bymara.com #bymaraily ? #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 18, 2020 at 5:17pm PDT

Social Distancing Lesson

View this post on Instagram A video explanation from Mimi that helps clarify the term "social distancing", why it is important, and helps students identify the safest ways to practice social distancing in their everyday lives! #deafedathome A post shared by @ elearningfordeafkids on Mar 18, 2020 at 12:26pm PDT