Manat is a Trans New Guinea language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. It only has about fifty speakers left, and all of them are at least forty years old, making the language highly endangered. Children are learning Tok Pisin instead.
Below is a video of three speakers -- Matthew Barakam, Sara Barakam, and Reuben Wetapi -- doing a picture-sorting activity that I gave them. You can turn on subtitles in Manat, Tok Pisin, or English.