Talking about common interests with another person. (Worksheets To Teach Conversations Skills To Autistic Children)

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This material is designed to develop conversation skills in autistic children, focusing on the importance of talking about common interests. Using the metaphor of a box of favorite colors, it teaches children how to discover and share their tastes and hobbies, such as games, books, music, or sports, with others. The goal is to show them how to find connection points with others and encourage more interesting and fun conversations. In addition, practical examples and questions are provided that they can use to explore the interests of others, encouraging them to actively listen and engage in meaningful dialogues. This approach seeks not only to improve their communication skills but also to strengthen their ability to form friendships and feel more connected with those around them.

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