- Recommended for Pre-school to Early Primary School Children
- Bilingual resource – Auslan and English
- Engages the whole family in a child’s language and learning development
- 6 beautifully illustrated Storybooks
- Auslan illustrations of key words
- Videos – key words and an Auslan translation of the book
- Play based learning backed by research
- Developed in collaboration with deaf educators and Auslan consultants
- Book 1 – One World Ten Toes
- Book 2 – Pip’s Big Adventure
- Book 3 – Pip and Annie play Hide and Seek
- Book 4 – Pip and Annie Go To The County
- Book 5 – Good Morning Annie
- Book 6 – Pip and The Party
- QR code to access videos to show how to sign key words
- Perfect bound / Hardcover
Platypus Playhouse Storybooks – Set of Six
Ready to learn Auslan?
Learning is fun with our bilingual Platypus Playhouse storybook range, featuring Auslan and English! And now you can get a collection of 6 of our beautifully illustrated storybooks in our newly released perfect bound editions. Take advantage of our introductory offer NOW.
Platypus Playhouse is where children, families, carers, and friends can learn Auslan in a fun and accessible way. Our adorable platypuses Pip and Annie, together with their Besties, take children on 6 exciting adventures while building language skills and confidence levels.
With play-based learning underpinning each storybook, learning basic Auslan signs, counting, socialising, following directions, and engaging in creativity all become fun and memorable experiences.
The storybooks are recommended for playgroups, preschool and even early primary school-aged children. Our Platypus Playhouse resources are developed in consultation with early learning educators and Auslan consultants. Our books are backed by research, demonstrating that engaging in sign from an early age boosts language development for all children.
Discover the difference learning with Platypus Playhouse can make. Buy the set of 6 books today.
Reading tip: Deaf and hard of hearing children can follow visuals in a book and enjoy the excitement of its content if the reader’s face and hands are animated and the page is in the direct eyeline of the child.