This is a simple game where young children can play and practice simple social interactions. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder often have a difficult time understanding appropriate ways to greet, complement, comment and ask questions to peers and adults. This game gives them a fun way to practice over and over again simple forms of communication.
Along with learning an appropriate way to initiate communication, they also learn an appropriate way to respond to another person. The game ends when one person had only 3 in a row, allowing for many short games, practicing taking turns and the opportunity to practice being a good loser and congratulating the winner.