This comprehensive guide is designed to enhance conversation skills in children with autism by focusing on one of the most fundamental aspects of human interaction: eye contact. Acknowledging that maintaining eye contact can be challenging for some, especially for those with autism, this material provides step-by-step practices and interactive games to gradually build comfort and proficiency. The guide emphasizes the importance of looking at interlocutors’ faces as a sign of attentiveness and as a means of understanding their emotions better. Additionally, it offers strategies for parents and educators to foster this skill in a non-threatening, enjoyable manner. Whether it’s through playing reporters or practicing with photographs, every activity serves the objective of enabling children to communicate more effectively and authentically. It also acknowledges and respects individual differences, suggesting alternatives like focusing on the nose or forehead for those who find direct eye contact too intense. With patience, practice, and reinforcement, this guide aims to make a meaningful difference in the communicative abilities of children with autism.