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ASL Reading and Parents Program (RAPP) packs are tools for parents, teachers and family communication consultants to help promote and encourage literacy, creativity and self-expression in their children, through stories and interactive activities.

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The ASL RAPP video library provides 12 months unlimited access to the site. Each video in the library contains an ASL video of a classic children’s book. This format is great for parents and children who are learning ASL.


If your school, association or organization requires ASL RAPP packs to run their programs, you can register as an institution and take advantage of discounts on purchasing physical packs in bulk.

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The ASL RAPP project is highly beneficial to our community as it contributes to family literacy, supporting school readiness for the child and language/literacy development for the family as a whole

Belinda Lanning (2014)

Mayfest 2017

The 43rd edition of Mayfest will be held this year on Friday May 12th and Saturday May 13th in Toronto. It will be held at a new location the Mattamy Athletic Centre (old Maple Leaf Gardens). TD Bank is sponsoring the event allowing free admission for everyone on both...

Celebrate with ALSO this May with our Family Membership special deal

Celebrate the month of May, ALSO's birthday month, by taking advantage of our special promotion on family memberships for the ASL RAPP video library. Sign-up for a new family membership anytime during the month of May and receive 20% off the regular price. A year's...

ASL storytelling competition

ASLized is running an ASL storytelling competition where people are invited to submit a YouTube video showing them signing an original story. There are two categories (historical fiction, science fiction) and the story should last for around 3 minutes. Check it out on...

Free Online learning opportunities with Deaf Learn Now.

Deaf Learn Now is a tuition free, online program run by George Brown College for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adults who live in Ontario, Canada. There are a range of courses available from English and Mathematics courses to a G1 Driver’s Licence course. One of the newly...

Featured Storybook: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. This is a great book for young children of all ages. Babies and toddlers enjoy the bold colours and animal shapes. Beginning readers quickly pick up on the pattern of the book and are often able to predict...