This cartoon story is designed to work on perspective taking and Theory of Mind skills in a concrete, visual format. Students consider what the characters see, think, know, and feel, based on what the characters have seen and heard. The story also incorporates a "false belief task", where students must predict when a character believes something that is not actually true. This can be a very difficult perspective taking skill for children with autism, social language delay, and related disorders!
This story can be used "No print / No Prep" style on a tablet or computer that opens PDFs. It also consists of simple black and white line drawings for easy, low-ink printing. Enjoy! :)