Product Number : 101171800
Substitute these cards for the Communication cards when playing the board game, or use as a stand-alone game (chips not included). Use these cards to facilitate an appreciation and understanding of the child’s difficulties, and develop strategies for managing and coping with their challenges.
John’s sister likes to tell jokes. John thinks his sister is making fun of him sometimes, but he isn’t sure. What can he do? Two chips.
A child with Asperger’s has a short attention span and gets frustrated easily. This makes it very difficult to do homework. What can this child do to handle homework better? Three chips.
Elsie has Asperger’s and wants to play with other children. Usually she’s not interested in what they are doing and sometimes she is bored. What should she do? Two chips.
Suitable for ages 6 and older.
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