Let's Make Learning Fun!
Designed by Qualified Teacher
Learn Through Play
Designed by a Qualified Teacher
✅ Bachelor of Ed. Kindy to Year 7
✅ Two children diagnosed with Autism (ASD)
✅ Over 640 hours in intervention therapy over the past 9 years
✅ Working with Speech Pathologists, OTs, Teacher Assistants and Psychologists.
DIRECTOR OF LITTLE WOODEN TOYBOX
Our Unique Designs
Our teaching resources are designed to help you confidently teach concepts and skills in a way that is simple to follow & understand, building on each step/skill/concept as the pack progresses.
If you can understand the concepts yourself, then you are going to feel more confident in teaching it and passing on your knowledge!
Students love them and l use them in many different ways to help develop language skills as well as having fun
The children absolutely loved it. Great for fine motor skills.
Thank you again for another great free resources 🙂
I absolutely love these resources and so do the kids! They even request to use them over and over again!
These were so helpful with my little one’s. It helped me to be able to get them interested in retelling the story by using the pictures which l put on pop sticks stick.
Love these poppies.
Constructed the poppies by sticking on a small piece of cardboard and then attaching to a stick to push into the dirt.
Very efficient and poignant silhouette for ANZAC Day
Mum loved the special wrap for mothers day
Mum loved the special wrapping paper for mothers day. So pretty.
Always great things to find that help my little autistic grandson learn & play with nanny
As a teacher myself, I know the value of play and learning. I love that the road signs allow my granddaughters to play in different mediums and use them in different way. Thank you for another wonderful learning resource.
Loving these free resources.
Thank you 😊
Thank you for this awesome idea! My printer wasn’t actually working so I couldn’t print out your beautiful printable but I used the idea & cardboard to make a wreath…loved the taping of straw & threading with a pipe cleaner to keep it together, so clever.
i actually used this as a resource for my elderly residents and it was amazing
Great craft ideas for all ages. And so easy.
In short, no… BUT our resources are designed to be used in play settings, not at a desk with pen & paper. Little hands are not developed until 4 years old, therefore, they should not be holding thin pens or markers until they are older.
Instead, use chunky crayons and paint brushes at an easel instead of a desk - gross motor skills (movement from shoulder) need to be developed before fine motor skills (movement from wrist).
Check out our Sensory Play with ABC 123 Colours Shapes for beginner learning activities with loads of sensory play ideas & recipes.
We hear this a lot these days, especially after COVID restrictions where kids have spent many hours on the iPad (we get it - no judgement here 😊) but definitely check out this pack to help strengthen fine motor skills, cutting skills, handwriting and writing your name Fine Motor: Cutting & Handwriting Skills
My two kids have ASD and ADHD too, so many of our resources have been developed to help other families cope with kids’ additional needs… these two packs in particular 💖
Emotional Regulation & Sensory Profiles Understanding and recognising emotions is key to getting emotions under control and responding to how we feel in a socially acceptable manner. If we can't recognise how we are feeling, then we don't know how to fix it or avoid it next time. This pack will help you manage emotions as well as build a sensory profile for both you and your kids.
6 x Routines Interactive Play Bundle Routines require a lot of: ✅ executive functioning skills ✅ time management ✅ working memory ✅ fine motor skills ✅ gross motor skills ✅ motor planning ✅ understanding context ✅ problem solving. Visual schedules to take away the pressure and stress of having to remember what to do and in what order, especially when there are so many skills required to complete each task.
No sorry… But you can take your digital files to Officeworks and they can print & laminate for you, otherwise a $25 laminator will work fine
All good! Check your Junk folder and if it's still not there, email email@example.com or PM me with your order number and correct email address - chances are there may have been a typo in your email when it was entered it at the checkout - this is a common mistake and easily fixed 😊
Display folder: Officeworks -https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/display-book-a4-20-pocket-fixed-light-weight-clear-nbdbfx20cr
Velcro - Bunnings - https://www.bunnings.com.au/velcro-brand-25mm-x-5m-white-stick-on-loop-only-tape_p3960030 (don’t forget to get the hook side as well)
TIP: Cut the velcro tape in half down the middle - making it last twice as long
Laminate twice, CUT ONCE! This is a life changer!!!
Run the one laminating pouch through the laminator twice - this will bond the plastic to the paper and allow you to cut out once, without it splitting.
Don’t want to laminate but want to reuse the activity? Place the page into a display sleeve to make it wipe clean 😊