Provides easy-to-use, research-based strategies and activities that support the development of friendship skills in children with ASD.
Through fun, engaging activities, children gain real-life knowledge of the major "secrets" of making and keeping friends with this interactive workbook aimed at children ages 7-11.
Friendship in a Jar$17.50
These cards' provide good advice relating to friendship & what it takes to be a good friend.
The Friendship Puzzle$26.95
This book is lively, upbeat and sends an encouraging message about the importance of friendship and inclusion. The activity guide makes the book especially useful for educators and parents.
A frank & thoughtful analysis of friendships, explores what it means to have friends or be a friend – even a friend to oneself.
Getting from Me to We
Helps you give kids the foundational skills necessary to form connections and friendships with other children.
How do I...Make Friends?
This card game helps with discussion & reflection, practice in saying the right words & gives a forum to consider friendship skills.
How to Be a Friend$16.95
From the creators of the Dino Life Guides, this book uses precise language & humorous illustrations to offer specific ways to be a friend
Learning About Friendship
Ten fully illustrated stories explore friendship issues encountered by children with ASD aged 4-8 and looks at how they can be overcome successfully. From the author of the bestselling The Red Beast.
Since We're Friends$22.99
A boy describes his friendship with Matt, whose autism spectrum disorder causes him to behave strangely at times, and how he make things easier for Matt at school and in their neighbourhood.
The Survival Guide for Making and Being Friends
Help kids improve their social skills so they can better enjoy the benefits of friendship with this accessible life-skills handbook