How Lucas Learned to Say ‘No’. (Activity To Practice Reading Comprehension And Life Skills For Autistic Children)


This material is designed for parents and educators to support children and young people with autism in developing reading comprehension and life skills. It includes a story about a young boy named Lucas who learns to say “No” and make it respected, an essential lesson in assertiveness. Following the story, there are comprehension questions to reinforce understanding and encourage reflection. Additionally, the material provides three role-playing scenarios that allow children to practice saying “No” in different real-life situations, helping them develop the confidence and skills to handle peer pressure and make safe, appropriate choices. These activities aim to empower children to protect themselves and assert their boundaries effectively.


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