How can you use number handshapes to tell a story? Watch this story about a caterpillar and find out!
Do you know an everyday word for each letter of the alphabet? Follow along and learn something new!
Go on a trip to the supermarket and learn how to communicate your likes and dislikes - keep an eye on the trolley!
What do you do in the morning to get ready for school? Do you do it at the same time as our friend in this video?
There are lots of things to focus on when wrapping a present… including making sure you wrap the right thing!
What do you say when you meet someone new? Learn a few useful phrases to help make introductions easy.
It's a cultural norm in the Deaf community to describe the shape and size of someone - have a look!
Learn about the Matariki cluster of seven stars which signals the Māori New Year.
Learn about the colours of the rainbow in this discussion between two friends. Watch for clues about Deaf culture too!
What happens at school in the afternoon? Learn to sign the time from 12 o'clock to 3 o'clock with everyday school activities.
It's time to decorate the Christmas tree! Learn the signs for some favourite ornaments.
Practice your big and small shapes with this cool arcade game themed lesson - will you win?
Learn to count from 1 to 20 by climbing to the top of a diving board! What happens next?
Learn how to sign in tens from 30 to 100 and in hundreds from there to 1000!
Go on a tramping story through poetry storytelling - does anything unexpected happen? How does our tramper feel at the end?
What’s the weather like today? Sometimes we get four seasons in one day in New Zealand! Can you describe what it’s like outside?
What do you want for Christmas? Don't forget to write it all down on a list for Father Christmas!
Travel through the year and work out the month from the clues in the weather – based on the seasons downunder in New Zealand of course!
Don't lose track of time! Learn to sign what's on the clock in this fun introduction to signing the time.
Take a few minutes to practice your numbers and maths signs with this cool maths game!
Learn how to use 'wh-' words to ask questions and find out information - what does our friend want?
Do you like going to the movies? Learn how to buy a ticket and ask for instructions - you don't want to end up in the wrong theatre!
What do you like to do on your birthday? Here are some ideas... which one does our friend choose?
It's Christmas morning! Are there any presents under the tree? What shapes, sizes, and colours are they?
Look at how much technology has changed over the years to help us in different ways - compare typewriters, hearing aids, and phones!
Can you help someone who is lost - or ask for directions if you can't find your way? Why can't our friend find their way to Deaf Club?
A career expo is a great place to learn about different types of jobs and discover what you might like to do for work.
Deaf people enjoy all kinds of sports - find out some hand signals that make sports accessible if you can't hear the whistle.
Our friends are talking about their likes and dislikes on their way home - one of them has just moved house.
Mmmm, what's that smell? It's a Bakery! Choose something to buy from the yummy things on display - have you got enough money?
Take a look inside the van Asch Museum and find out why an old school uniform has a logo of a Kōtuku (white heron)?
In New Zealand, Mother’s Day is in May – our friend and his sister think of things they can do for their Mum… does it go according to plan?
Can you describe all the members of your family? Are they hearing or deaf?
Every year we celebrate New Zealand Sign Language during NZSL Week - watch a special news broadcast about it and give it a go!
Why is the boy grumpy? Learn how to describe some emotions with this short story.
Why is the girl happy? Learn how to describe some emotions with this short story.
Learn some signs to talk about Waitangi Day and why it's a special occasion for us to remember each year.
Have you been to the zoo lately? Discover all the things our friend saw on his fun afternoon at the zoo.
When riding your bike, it's important to remember some basic cycle safety - watch to find out more.
Have you ever been snowboarding? Our friend has received an exciting invitation and decides to share it on a video message, until...
Watch this fun poem about basketball told with the clever use of signs for numbers one through to ten.
How many different words can you sign using the index finger shape? Watch this fun story and find out!
Watch this fun story about a car ride told using the handshape for the letter C - how many words and expressions can you sign with this shape?
Watch how a teacher gives instructions to one of his students - can you follow what's being asked?
Watch this news report about Deaf rugby - an annual competition between three regional rugby teams. Which team are you supporting?
Join in this fun, rhythmical sign song about things Deaf people value which reduce barriers to communication and daily living.
Do you know how to play the Elephant Game? Watch and find out, then play along with whānau and friends!
When the fire alarm goes off, do you know what to do? Stay safe by following the teacher's instructions.
Take a walk through the forest and experience all the sights and action through this clever poem using the signs for numbers one through to ten.
Watch this moving poem which expresses elements in a funeral with the clever use of signs for numbers one through to ten.
Watch our friends in the library discuss how far sign language has come since the early years of Deaf Education in New Zealand.
What do you like in your sandwiches? Watch this video to learn how to order your ideal lunch!
The changing seasons can change our emotions - how does our friend feel in spring, summer, autumn, and winter?
Learn how to describe where things are located with this student who is looking for her stationery.
Sign sing your way through the school day - what activities does our friend get up to?
Watch this fun story about a walk in the snow car using the closed fist handshape - how many words and expressions can you sign with this shape?
This instructional video introduces NZSL users to the subject of flight. There are four sections: (1) Aircraft; (2) Aeroplane parts; (3) Flight terms; and (4) Flight concepts.
Learn how to sign the alphabet, numbers, colours, and shapes.
Learn how to sign farm animals, pets, birds, insects, and wild animals.
Learn how to sign family relationships, rooms and furniture in the home, activities, toys, and feelings.
Learn how to sign numbers, ask questions, vehicles, parts of the body, opposites, food, colours, and clothing.
Learn how to sign things in the outdoors, places to go, things you might see and do at the park, outdoor toys, actions, pronouns, greetings, and animals.
Go on a shopping trip and learn to sign a range of fruit, vegetables and other foods you can buy at the supermarket.