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Makes learning, moving and teamwork fun for all!


Aball1 is an innovative educational tool builds numeracy and literacy skills with physical activity. It is stimulating game-based learning which practices social inclusion and teamwork. 

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Academic Learning
Numeracy & Literacy

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Physical Activity
Fitness & Coordination

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Social Inclusion
Empathy & Communication


An Aball1 set consists of 50 patented balls (25 red and 25 blue), each with their own letter and number. With each set, you will find the alphabet A-Z and numbers 1-9 repeated. This allows for a wide range of possibilities for literacy and mathematics.

Innovative lesson plans have been designed to revolve around the Aball1 sets. Each game involves children working in teams to solve physical and theoretical tasks and challenges, all while in a fun and inclusive learning environment.

Each lesson plan plugs directly into the Australian national curriculum, and are constantly being updated. Fun & brilliantly effective, Aball1 is suitable for children of all ages & abilities.


Aball1 is a more involved form of learning. By learning through play, more parts of the brain are being used: vision, hearing, touch, feelings and motion. This type of unique engagement challenges the tradition classroom routine.

With a positive learning environment, Aball1 motivates everyone. This includes those who need a more kinesthetic approach or benefit from learning in groups, or kids who would usually not participate in sports.

Cooperation while learning also gives an opportunity for sharing knowledge, as the knowledgeable teach others what they know, and the less knowledgeable learn from their teammates. Everyone has a chance to participate with their unique abilities.




Physical Activity and Schools: A Report Card


Overall Physical Activity: D-
23-63% of primary school ages children accumulate at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day.

Active Play: F
9% of females and 21% of males aged 12-17 years engage in at least 2 hours of non-organised physical activity every day.

School Access: B-
52% of secondary school aged young people have access to physical activity and sports hours.

*Data from the 2018 Active Healthy Kids Australiia Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Young People


Ready to introduce the change?

Let's get started!


Acquiring Aball1 is as simple as 3 steps: 

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Step 1

Sign up for our FREE masterclass! Elect your preferred date, and the Kinect team will visit your school to show your class exactly how it’s done.

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Step 2

Purchase your very own set of Aball1. One set includes 50 balls (25 red and 25 blue), your starter lesson plan book and 50 cones (to keep the balls put when you are trying to spell out words or solve equations!)

The Kinect team will return to your school to teach your staff how to use them.

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Step 3

You’re ready to rock and roll! Simply roll out the balls, pick an exercise from the exercise menu and get started.

We will stay in touch to continue to offer insights, support and advice. We will also have plenty more guides available for purchase as your class grows.

Where else is Aball1 currently being used?

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Aball1 has reached over 132,000 children to date.

17% of all schools in Norway now use it, (46% in Oslo) as well as a growing number in the UK and refugees from countries including Sudan, Syria and Afghanistan.

We are proud to be the exclusive partner for Aball1 in Australia.

Australia, Colombia, Denmark, DR Congo, India, Ireland, Norway, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Sweden, UK, USA


Get started today!