Posts Tagged “turn-taking”

Pizza Party Dice Game

By | January 1, 2014

I’m always on the lookout for little, ideally portable, games that encourage turn-taking for T and D. The ability to be able to recognise that sometimes game play might not go their way is also a useful tool for life lessons. I found an ideal game for D’s stocking this Christmas in John Lewis, a […]

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A little game involving chocolate…

By | August 27, 2013

One of the issues my autistic children have is recognising emotions and talking about their feelings, we’ve been trying to help that along with a new Freddo product from Cadburys. The Freddo packs contain an average of 11 faces, each showing one of the following expressions: Angry Love Happy Thoughtful/Thinking And Cheeky. We’ve each had […]

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Toppling and teamwork! Mon 5th Aug 2013

By | August 5, 2013

This cheeky monkey helped build this tower out of (fortunately) soft dominos and then crashed it down a moment later! I’ve been trying to encourage T and D to work together as part of keeping some "school-type" work in the holidays. As previously, T has tried to take charge and D doesn’t respond best to […]

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