Look at the faces of other people when you’re talking to them. (Activity Worksheets For Teaching Social Skills To Autistic Children)
This workbook is designed to teach an essential social skill to children on the autism spectrum: eye contact. Within it, they will learn the importance of looking at people’s faces when interacting with them, understanding how this act can convey respect, attention, and feedback. Various strategies are also explored to facilitate eye contact, such as looking near the eyes or wearing sunglasses, adapting to the individual comforts of each child. Additionally, it includes practical and educational games to help the children put into practice what they’ve learned in a fun and safe environment. This resource is a step towards improving the communication skills and social confidence of children with autism.