Get free inclusion resources for early childhood educators and services – including Embrace magazine, videos, printables and posters.
Are you ready to strengthen inclusive practice across your entire service? Check off all of the examples below that already apply
Experienced educators share the strategies they use for guiding children’s behaviour in positive ways. For free behaviour guidance resources, see: www.
How can we meaningfully include children with disabilities in early and middle childhood programs? In this moving video, educators describe what they do
Print and display this free poster at your early childhood or OSHC service to promote children’s sense of belonging and to encourage safe spaces.
The relationship between a child and educator is paramount to children’s felt safety, emotional regulation and overall wellbeing at
Display this poster in your children's service to inspire kindness and respectful relationships. Download poster
Use this space to acknowledge the special times of year for your community! Don't forget to add ideas from your educators, children and families
It’s easy to get caught in the moment and match children’s heightened emotions. But with these 4 strategies up your sleeve, you can promote
Dive deep into this edition of Embrace magazine to discover how to talk to children about two of the most important issues right now, Treaty and
Here are some creative and different ways to offer encouragement to children to inspire them to continue to ask questions, share their thoughts and
Many education and care services are looking to create spaces that honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives. In outdoor areas, this can
Soak up all of the amazing resources in this summer edition of Embrace. From practical ways to include diverse family types in children's