Our resources have been developed based on current evidence and best practice drawn from the fields of speech and language pathology, pre-literacy and language development, linguistics and education.
We have proven outcomes, and children from all backgrounds and circumstances have improved their vital pre-literacy skills as a result of engaging with our expert resources.
The early years of your child’s life are the most important for building strong literacy and language skills. Our accessible and easy to use resources provide your child with the best possible start to school, preparing them to become strong readers, writers, and communicators.
Yabayaba Resources breakdown complex concepts into easy to follow steps that stimulate a multi-sensory learning experience.
Yabayaba Resources empower parents, carers and educators with clear, multisensory techniques and resources that can be incorporated into learning routines in school and home contexts.
Our aim is for you to confidently be able to support your child to make progress in the critical components of language and literacy development.
Our Commitment to the Environment
All of our products are designed and printed in Australia, with FSC certification. FSC certification is internationally recognised as the most rigorous environmental and social standard for responsible forest management.
Yabayaba Resources is also registered with Sedex, ensuring an ethical and transparent supply chain.
Supporting Marginalised Communities
Every time you purchase a Yabayaba product, a percentage of sales is donated to the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (ALNF).
The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (ALNF), established in 1999, is a national charity dedicated to raising language, literacy and numeracy standards in Australia. ALNF raises funds to develop, implement and sustain six innovative programs with tangible results, working across the nation.
Together with ALNF, we believe that literacy is freedom- literacy allows individuals to access education, participate meaningfully in our society and to have a voice. It is a basic human right.