The Story of Lucas: Finding Trust and Friendship. (Activity To Practice Reading Comprehension And Social Skills For Autistic Children)

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This material has been designed with autistic children in mind, aiming to support their development in reading comprehension and social skills. Through the story of Lucas, it seeks not only to improve the children’s ability to understand written texts but also to identify with the feelings and situations faced by the main character. Lucas, feeling lonely and struggling with the idea of making friends, eventually finds the courage to express his emotions and discovers the importance of friendship and trust. By answering questions about the story, children can reflect on their own experiences, desires, and fears, promoting empathy and relationship-building skills. Moreover, the drawing section invites children and their caregivers to interact creatively, completing conversations and helping to reinforce narrative understanding and emotional expression. Following the narrative, we provide role-playing games. These games are designed to allow children to practice what they have learned from Lucas’s story in a supportive and fun environment. Children can practice expressing their feelings, listening empathetically, engaging in new social situations, collaborating with others, and resolving conflicts. This method aims to foster a deeper understanding of the story’s themes and develop essential social skills in a relatable context. This integrated approach intends not only to teach about reading and social interactions theoretically but also to enable children to experience them in a practical and meaningful way.

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