Access to inclusive and qualitative education on an equal basis is a clear right of every child, even from the very beginning in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC). However, inclusive education is often not possible without access to appropriate (assistive) technologies. Notwithstanding the opportunities of technology to enhance inclusion of all children, it is still limitedly integrated by educators and teachers into their curriculum. Therefore, the SKATE project aims in gearing innovative technology as resource for inclusive education. This study describes and evaluates the preparation, the design, the implementation, and the effects of technology-based classroom activities in inclusive ECEC. The classroom activities are developed and implemented by school teams of 14 preschools spread over four European (EU) countries. A total of 50 school team members participated in a SKATE Learning Programme. This resulted in more than 20 technology-based inclusive class activities, created by school teams together with technology experts. Across the four countries, approximately 330 pre-schoolers, with and without special educational needs (SEN), participated. At this moment, 13 school team members from four EU countries and 45 parents from two EU countries evaluated the technology-based inclusive classroom activities. Nearly all teachers agreed that the activity promoted the inclusion of all children. Teachers reported that most of the children enjoyed the activity. This was confirmed in the evaluation by the parents. Most parents had the impression that the activity was meaningful, joyful and inclusive for all children.