Auslan adventures with Sally & Possum

Children born with hearing difficulties can have fun learning early literacy and numeracy skills with Auslan communicators Sally & Possum.

Using Australian Sign Language (Auslan), Sally & Possum play and learn through everyday experiences and activities, like making icing for a cake or exploring in the garden. In each episode, together, and with the help of their friends, Sally & Possum use sign language to interact and find solutions to everyday problems.

The also use sign, visual elements and talking to engage with special guests and their audience.

The series was born from the Department of Education and Training (DET) as a resource for children born profoundly deaf or with hearing difficulties.

Check out some Sally & Possum games or keep the learning going with Sally & Possum booklets.

Image Sally and Possum make a beautiful under the sea collage together

Published — 10 October 2016 Last updated — 02 November 2016