- Library items are NOT for sale. The may be borrowed by ADSA members ONLY (join the ADSA) or school staff who teach a child who is a member of the ADSA.
- The resource library is located in Birkenhead, North Shore at the home of one of our staff members. Viewing times are flexible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to visit or add a comment to the form when you request libary items.
- Deliveries are FREE for ADSA members if you order 3 or more items.
All Library Resources
Gross Motor Skills in Children with Down syndrome – A Guide for Parents and Professionals
Fine Motor Skills in Children with Down syndrome – A Guide for Parents and Professionals
The peg stacker is a fun toy to develop eye-hand coordination, you can also use it to teach and reinforce colours and numbers.
Moving With a Purpose is much more than a wonderful collection of movement games and activities for preschool-age children.
Mega Peg’n Play consists of a pegboard with pattern cards, threading lace, and assorted shapes.
This set contains a bag to put 28 colourful wooden shapes with a non-toxic coating into.
Develop hand and eye coordination threading the laces and beads through the holes on the wooden hedgehog.
Covers pre-requisite skills, points to remember, hand dominance, types of scissors, and cutting sequence.
Busy Buttons consists of 24 scented non-toxic soft shapes in 4 colours and 16 buttons to join and construct your own patterns, or copy any one of 12 pattern cards in the shape of animals, people, bikes or trains.