Welcome to our resources page!
Here you will find a range of posters, activity books, handouts and more to support the inclusion of children with disabilities and developmental challenges.
We provide a range of stories that help children learn about school so they know what to expect and can learn helpful ways to respond to new situations. Each story comes with audio so that children who are blind and low vision, or find reading challenging, can still access these stories. We have also provided these same stories without pictures so they can be customised with personal images or photos that are relevant to the child or children you will read it with.
You can access a class schedule so that children have visual prompts for what comes next, and self-monitoring forms to support them with managing their goals. We also provide a strengths and abilities communication checklist to facilitate communication between teachers and parents.
We have provided a range of resources for facilitating the social inclusion of children with disabilities. There are a range of activity books and handouts that help peers understand how they can include and support a child with a specific disability. There are also posters that provide reminders about how to communicate with and include others. Finally, we also provide a poster that celebrates being different.
We provide resources to help children learn how to manage their emotions and problem solve. We also have posters celebrating the strengths of children, and you might also like to show students in your class the AllPlay Learn student site, where they can access information about seeking help.
Illustrations of practice
Have a look at some primary schools and teachers sharing their experiences about creating safe spaces for children and supporting children through changes in routine. You can also observe a teacher and her grade 6 class learning about emotions and practicing relaxation breathing.