An important first step to making and keeping friends is identifying if one’s peer wants to be friends with them. This activity provides a fun way to learn what the behavioral cues are that peers display when they are interested in being friends and when they are not interested in being friends. Excellent resource for children on the Autism spectrum.
This is a helpful activity for those inexperienced with successful social interactions, and recognizing social cues (verbal or not). Most useful tool for knowing when to end an interaction because one is not being accepted, and knowing when to continue a interaction in an effort to nurture a friendship.
Cute handouts that lists the "Interested in Being Friends" and "NOT Interested in Being Friends" behaviors, note taking worksheet, and reward cards included.
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