Pretending to Be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome Fun Activities

Liane Holliday Willey
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Map-making.

Make a map of the interior and exterior of the school and label landmarks that will help to orient people as to where they are.

Bilateral Coordination.

See if you can pat the top of your head and rub your tummy with the other hand simultaneously. Now try it with the opposite hands.

News Report.

Give a speech in the news report style that Liane used in her speaking contests.

Sense of Touch.

Take turns being blindfolded and touch different objects of varying textures. What do you notice? Are there ones that you don't like?

Sense of Hearing.

Take turns being blindfolded and have others make or play different sounds. What do you notice? Are there ones that you don't like?

Sense of Taste.

Take turns being blindfolded and try different foods. What do you notice about the textures? Are there ones that you don't like?

Sense of Smell.

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