This social story illustrates why it is important to look at others when communicating. It does not tell the child to "look at my eyes". Instead it tells them what information is gained and given by looking at others: showing attention, reading the facial expressions of others, and gaining feedback on how the other person is affected by us.
This social story utilizes principles taught by Michelle Winner's program Social Thinking (copyrighted). It was created with the Boardmaker program. This file was converted to PDF so you should be able to download and print it without owning Boardmaker software.
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