This material is designed to help autistic children develop and improve their conversation skills, particularly focusing on the use of their eyes and body during a conversation. We often don’t realize it, but we use more than just our ears to listen during a conversation: we also use our eyes and our body to show that we are engaged and attentive. For autistic children, understanding and applying this concept can sometimes be challenging.
The first part of the material explains this concept in a relatable and attractive way.
The second part of the material is a game that provides a practical activity to apply these concepts.
This material emphasizes positive reinforcement and role rotation to keep children motivated and allow them to experience both sides of communication. This material understands the uniqueness of each child and encourages a supportive and fun environment where children can learn and grow at their own pace.