To download the PDF files for these three paper fortune tellers, click on the RED link right below here:
Many young people have persistent problems with anxiety, sadness, anger and other upsetting emotions. [...]
Giving compliments is a very important skill during the holidays.
Here is a something quick to make to help children with autism (and other children) to practice.
Here is the download. Some commentary, photos and links to other resources on giving compliments are given below.
Click here: Christmas Social Skills Paper Fortune Teller – Download
Paper Fortune Tellers – social skills activity
When I was a kid I saw girls playing with these things. They called them “cootie catchers.” A few weeks ago, [...]
Children with ASD and Emotional Awareness
Children on the autism spectrum may experience a range of challenges with respect to emotions. [...]
Tattling and correcting and children with Asperger’s
If you work with children on the autism spectrum, then you are aware of their motivation to order their social world by applying and imposing rules. If something does not seem right to them, many children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders will speak right up. Discerning when to refrain [...]
Children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders have a lot of problems with rigidity. They [...]
Children on the autism spectrum usually don’t easily grasp the many functions of conversation. Here is a [...]
Children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders can get tired and discouraged during our social skills training and social skills teaching activities. Here is fun and effective way to help your students/clients on the autism spectrum to focus and [...]
Teaching social skills to children with Asperger’s and other autism spectrum disorders can be much more effective when it is engaging and fun. By the time children with autism ends up in our classrooms or psychotherapy offices, they are often feeling [...]
January 29th, 2012 | Tags: Asperger's, autism, autism teaching strategies, social skills activity, social skills game, social skills lesson plan, social skills training, Social Thinking, speech and language therapist | Category: Autism Strategies, Communication, Emotions, Relationships | One comment