Native American Tales (Traditional Stories)

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Language: English

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Often their specific interests draw them to people rather than a similar age or being the same gender. Children through young adults with HFA/Aspergers Syndrome have the opportunity to explore the art of improv, drama, puppets and music with their peers. Discuss what kinds of situations make us feel bad, and what things make us feel good. Children who struggle with friendship issues need guidance and support so they can "get it right" socially by seeing, thinking, and doing in ways that help them connect with their peers.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Hodder Wayland; Simplified ed edition (April 30, 1998)

ISBN: 0750222719

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