Our kids with social cognitive deficits or on the autism spectrum often have extremes in their thinking, creating great discomfort and issues for them with rather un-important or random events. For our kids, things are either “good” or “bad”, “right” or “wrong” with no in-between. They seem to lack in this vocabulary and the ability to see the “gray”. This lesson introduces the idea of in-between and provides a game for your student to play to learn and practice the in-between. First watch the video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlRTEq_xfXw Then use this lesson with your student. We also like to teach the terms of “rigid vs. flexible thinking”.