Look at the faces of others when you’re speaking to them. (Activity Worksheets For Teaching Social Skills To Autistic Children)
This workbook is designed to teach autistic children the importance of looking at people’s faces when speaking with them. It contains detailed explanations of why this is important, how it can help interpret emotions, and how it can generally improve communication. Additionally, it includes a series of practical exercises and games that encourage children to imitate emotional expressions and funny faces, thus promoting the observation and recognition of facial expressions. At the end of the material, a challenge of maintaining eye contact for three minutes is proposed, which ties together all the skills worked on and rewards them with a fun incentive.