In graduate school, I did my non-thesis research project on improving social communication skills for children with autism through preferred play activities, such as a certain name-brand plastic, interlocking building blocks. These are some visuals created to help my students give and receive directions in order to build something together. Includes basic visual supports for several prepositions as well as carrier phrases for common phrases used to give directions. I have seen great success in promoting social communication skills in children with Autism using cooperative play activities such as the ones for which these visuals were created! Cooperative play promotes lots of expressive and receptive language skills for all children, not just those on the spectrum. Enjoy!