Play resources for disabled children
“You are the best game in town and the best toy in the house.” Monte Ball, parent and psychiatrist
Play is important for all children. Scope has produced a number of resources to ensure that disabled children have the same opportunities to play as everyone else.
Play Talks (free PDF download)
Information to promote the importance of play and early communication skills for all children.
£2.50 for CD (to cover postage and handling)
Games All Children Can Play (free PDF download)
A practical colourful guide which gives ideas and shows ways all children can join in.
£5 for hard copy A5 book (to cover postage and handling)
Play with A Purpose available in both Welsh and English (free PDF download)
A series of curriculum-linked activities for young children with complex needs. Produced by Scope in partnership with RNIB Cymru.
Colouring sheets and storybooks
Colour me in (free PDF download, 1.7MB)
Downloadable colouring book showing a fun-loving Peg Ted and friends.
Peg Ted colouring sheets (free PDF downloads)
Downloadable colouring pictures showing a fun-loving teddy (Peg Ted) who is tube fed.
Wizzy and the street (free PDF download)
Children's book written by author with cerebral palsy, Anthony Ridgway.
Celine’s New Splints (free PDF download)
Child’s foldout story booklet about Celine, who wears leg splints.
Free to parents (£1 each for professionals).
Children in the Picture: inclusive storybooks
A list of published books which contain illustrations, storylines or both, that includes disabled children.
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