Have you been looking for a fun and motivating activity to work on eye gaze, joint attention, body language and facial expressions for your students with pragmatic language disorders? Visual scavenger hunts is a versatile product which can be used to strengthen joint attention, comprehension of facial expressions and eye contact with students who are on the autism spectrum. You can also use these seasonal activities as a reinforcing game for articulation or language drill practice.
Eye gaze/Facial referencing
Open ended Reinforcement game
Simply cut out and hide the colored pictures around your room. Students use the corresponding black and white checklist to find the items. Have students follow your eye gaze and facial expressions to find the pictures.
12 visual scavenger hunts (Snowman hunt, Cupid's Love Ambush, Leprechaun Treasure, Missing Bunnies, Gnome Attack!, Camping Trip, Fourth of July, Beach party, Scarecrows to the Rescue, Halloween Haunt, Turkey Getaway, Holiday Party)
12 black and white checklist worksheets
3 extension activities for eye contact/joint attention
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