Product Number : 1561
Children use who, what, when, where, and how questions to figure out what other players are thinking
Designed for children with Asperger Syndrome
For 2-6 players
The game develops social skills by helping children learn to gather information about others and share information about themselves. Children take turns assuming the role of a reporter, getting to the bottom of a story by using Who, What, When, Where, and How questions to figure out what another player is thinking. These conversational skills are used to teach children how to begin and maintain an interesting conversation. A variety of topics (a hobby that interests me, a movie I saw recently, my favorite season, etc.) are used to generate ideas, or stories, for the players to figure out. The object of the game is to complete a full circuit of the game board and file your story by the deadline.
48 Topic Cards
6 Question Cards
6 Card stands
Second Chance Spinner
This product is also part of the Social Skills/Asperger's Syndrome Game Set.
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