Cam’s corner is a special dedication to all Deaf children of the world. It was inspired in May 2016 by Cam, a 10-year-old adorable Deaf child from Boston Mass, USA. Cam started exploring and seemed fascinated by all the material that he found on our web page. He started sharing his new findings with his co students at his school, The Learning Center for Deaf Children in Framingham, Mass, with his family (Janey, Todd and John) and his friends.

In Cam’s corner you can find various material that can be used by Deaf children around the world. All material is in Greek Sign Language (GSL) and can be used for exploring GSL, comparing GSL to other national sign languages, developing metalinguistic awareness, enjoying story telling in sign language, expand vocabulary and world knowledge and have fun with sign language.

Cam's corner

It includes:

Have fun with signs and words

An on line vocabulary in GSL that is organized in concept categories, pictures and videotaped signs of GSL.

What a story!

Stories on GSL that include classical fairy tales, deaf jokes, sequence picture stories and children stories.

From my first letters to fraternity names

Three fonts with signed language handshapes and the Greek manual alphabet with or with out Greek letters.

I know my rights

The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities accessible in the following formats:

1. In Greek Sign Language (GSL)

2. In Easy to Read format and Greek Sign Language.

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Subject maters in GSL, Greek and English


Political terms


It’s all Greek to me!

All other subject matters are in Greek and GSL. They include: Math, Social studies, Greek Sign Language as a first language, Modern Greek, Greek literature, History, Science, even Chemistry and Ancient Greek.

It does not have to be Greek to anyone. We are trying to translate all the material at least into English. But it is not only English in the world. Thanks to "Google Translate" you can get the message. We tried it with our friend Cam and it works. It's simple: copy the URL and paste it to "Google Translate". Choose the written language and all the contents of the web page are instantly translated. It will look like this for English

You may find helpful our publications and our presentations in English here:

All contents of our web page are FREE to all. We do not collect any personal data of our visitors. Navigate around our site and explore all its contents.

We love to hear your comments and suggestions. Please send them to Cam or better yet to his friend Vassili : Αυτή η διεύθυνση ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου προστατεύεται από τους αυτοματισμούς αποστολέων ανεπιθύμητων μηνυμάτων. Χρειάζεται να ενεργοποιήσετε τη JavaScript για να μπορέσετε να τη δείτε.

Thank you for visiting Cam’s corner.