Teaching students to follow eye gaze can be challenging! This product contains cards with pictures of eyes looking different directions so students can practice this skill and hopefully understand what we are asking them to do. While the goal is still for students to follow the eye gaze of a person, these materials are a great way to provide repeated practice and help students understand a confusing skill.
This product addresses objective C25 of the ABLLS-R Curriculum and Assessment. These materials use photos instead of clip-art or picture symbols to help students who understand photos better than other images. These materials can be used in discrete trial instruction.
Two levels of materials are included- a choice of two or three pictures.
Keywords: eye gaze, following instructions, receptive language, language development, ABLLS-R, language delay, speech and language, picture symbols, autism, special education, The Deane's List