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Friendly Facts: A Fun, Interactive Resource

Title 2:

to Help Children Explore the Complexities of Friends and Friendship

By:
Dr. Margaret-Anne Carter & Josie Santomauro
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2010
Pages:
75
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781934575611
Item Code:
FRFA
Price: $19.95
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Making and keeping friends doesn't come easy for children with autism spectrum disorders. Many children need to be taught a range of strategies directed at expanding their social understanding skills, such as reading facial expressions and body language. Friendly Facts, an interactive workbook aimed at children ages 7-11, addresses these challenges by breaking down the complex concept of making friends into simpler ideas. Through fun, engaging activities, children gain real-life knowledge of the major "secrets" of making and keeping friends. By gaining the foundation for making and keeping friends at a crucial age, children are better prepared for successfully interacting with others for the rest of their lives.

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