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‘Play for Inclusion’ Handbook and Activity Cards
Play for Inclusion - A handbook and activity cards for non-formal services supporting young refugee children and families
The ‘Play for Inclusion’ Handbook and Activity Cards is a resource for practitioners who work in non-formal early childhood education and care (ECEC) services supporting the integration and psychosocial well-being of young refugee children and their caregivers.
The handbook includes theoretical background, practical tips and activities for civil society organisations, educators, community development workers, mediators, ECEC and preschool practitioners, school teachers, teaching assistants, play workers, and volunteers, members of the Local Action Team (LAT) and the Play Hub staff.
Practitioners working with young children affected by war in formal, non-formal and informal education settings can use the handbook to support play-based learning, strengthen intersectoral cooperation between services and build stronger connections between services and families.
The main focus is on providing engaging, inclusive, and safe spaces, and early interventions with special attention to refugee and migrant children. However, all activities proposed are designed to include children of all backgrounds and needs.
Translations in other languages will be available soon.