Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) application in education showed its benefits and strengths in enhancing learning and effective educational experiences of pupils. One of the potential application fields of TUIs in education is storytelling and narration, where the interaction with tangibles could enhance the involvement of children in listening and creating stories but also the inclusion of children with special needs. However, it is crucial to provide a methodological framework as a guide, not only to design inclusive learning through TUIs-enhanced storytelling, but also to evaluate TUIs application expected to sustain these practices, professionals, and practitioners in early years' education. The present rapid review focuses on TUIs developed with the aim of fostering educational and inclusive storytelling activities with a view to identify relevant studies that evaluated the effectiveness of TUIs in educational settings to enhance inclusive storytelling practices. studies published until 2022 were identified. The results reveal gaps in the current literature and a paucity of relevant studies on TUIs for inclusive storytelling, moreover none of the included in the review implemented a high-quality evaluation design. Further empirical research is necessary to collect evidence that TUIs are effective for enhancing children's storytelling experience and allow inclusion of special needs ones.