Try a new activity at home

Explore our guides to activities for disabled people. All these activities are designed to be done at home, whenever it suits you, to get you moving, creating and exploring!

You might also be interested in our group activities where you can join others in sport, exercise, dance and music, online or in person.

We also offer information for professionals like art teachers and sport coaches to make your sessions more inclusive and accessible for people with disabilities.

  • Butterfly wings nature collage

    Create a butterfly collage out of leaves

  • Edible sand

    Hold, feel and explore a box of cereal

  • Scavenger hunt

    Explore your outside environment and find treasures along the way

  • Sensory trays for outdoor play

    Sensory trays can be a safe and stimulating way for children with complex disabilities to explore the outside world. 

  • Making a cardboard box den

    Find out how to make a cardboard box den, in an inclusive activity for children of all abilities. 

  • Treasure baskets

    Treasure baskets are a fun sensory experience, giving children the opportunity to explore nature’s variety of textures.

  • Resonance boards

    A resonance board is a board that you can sit or stand on to feel the vibrations of sounds. 

  • Batik printing

    Inspired by traditional Nigerian Batik printing on fabric, this activity uses wax crayon and food colouring to make a unique print. You will need:…

  • Messy play

    Messy play is exactly what it sounds like: letting children play by creating a great big mess. 

  • Sensory stories

    Sensory stories are all about bringing a story to life using your senses.