Asking Others to Play - Autism Social Skills Story PECS
Social stories are a terrific way to to convey information about life skills and social skills.
Synopsis: This story helps explain how to ask someone to play and give your child insightful information about to respond whether they say, Yes or No. It explains that it is fun to play with others and in some cases, if the other child does not want to play, it is okay.
This book has the added benefit of PECS Sentence Strips. This provides the additional benefit of attaching a picture to every word in the story. Because children with autism think in pictures, they also learn in pictures.
Purpose of social stories:
• I ncrease understanding
• D ecrease anxiety
• E ducate your child about an event
• A ffirm success
• S hare information
This story is 14 pages and measures approx. 8" x 6". ALL MATERIALS are printed in color on heavy duty card stock and heat laminated with commercial plastic. The book is bound with a vinyl coil binding and is extremely durable.
You may receive a yellow book or it may be a different color altogether. The inside of the book is the same.
The Autism Whisperer™
Visual Aids for Visual Kids™