14 Simple conversation social skills kits for children with autism: Free games, prompts, worksheets, activities

Here are a number of my free resources to help children on the autism spectrum with various elements of conversation.  This post is to facilitate access to them.
To link to the resource, CLICK ON THE PICTURE.

Nonverbal communication prompts for children with autism

Use these in combination with a variety of [...]

Turn-taking in children with ASD: Visual-based social skills strategies

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Turn taking and theory of mind deficits
The diverse social skills associated with taking turns can be very difficult for children with ASD to master.  This has to do with theory of mind deficits.  A child with ASD may be unable to predict how another person might feel to be interrupted in a video game [...]

Talk-to-dad conversation starter worksheets for kids with Asperger's and other autism disorders

conversation reciprocity worksheet for kids with Asperger's

Here are some free worksheets to help children with ASD to start conversations with their dads.

There are sheets available for talking to mother, sister and father on the pdf download.

Children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders can find it quite hard to have balanced conversations with family members.  I have created two [...]

“Talk to Mom” illustrated social skills worksheets for kids with Asperger’s and other ASD’s

social skills worksheet autism

Children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders have a hard time learning, recalling and using facts about others in conversation. Here are two illustrated worksheets to help.

Children with autism love their moms, but they might have trouble having a decent conversation with them.
Even the most intelligent children with autism spectrum disorders can find it extremely [...]

Pie chart visuals: Great social skills tool to help kids with ASD to talk MORE or LESS in groups or class

Pie chart social skills teaching strategy for children on the autism spectrum

For children on the autism spectrum who talk too much – or too little – in group situations, this is a useful visual strategy.

Children with autism who talk too much or too little in group situations

Neurotypical people find this skills difficult also!  Remember that person who would’nt stop talking at the last party you [...]