This month’s Smarty activity revolves around identifying and labeling emotions. By flipping through the pages of this easy-to-make booklet, your child can learn to identify different facial expressions. You’ll need a template (taken from Autism Live’s facebook page), crayons, tape, and scissors.
So gather your supplies and take a look at the video. It’s time to get crafty for autism!
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