The desired results of inclusive experiences for children with and without disabilities and their families include the following: a sense of belonging and membership, positive social relationships and friendship formation, and development and learning to reach their full potential. In particular, research has shown that many children with disabilities have motor delays and do not engage in recommended daily amounts of physical activity. Given that children with disabilities often lack critical social skills that can negatively impact the development of peer relationships, physical activities are an excellent context to support gross motor development and other school readiness skills including social emotional development. In this session, participants will learn specific strategies that can be implemented to support motor development and peer interactions. Activities, group sharing and discussion will be utilized.