What's That Look on Your Face?
Mind blindness is a term used to describe the inability to develop an awareness of the mental state of others. While intuitive to most, this skill must often be taught to those on the autism spectrum. The ability to recognize a facial expression and understand its relationship to the feeling is a very important social and communication skill.
This book introduces twelve basic emotions using teaching methods that help the reader connect external faces to internal feelings. Illustrated characters with exaggerated facial expressions are spotlighted in color while a gray backdrop presents an appropriate emotional response. A short rhyming poem with a physical description of the feeling is interlaced with synonyms. The brilliant foreword by Diane Twacthman-Cullen offers many super teaching tips and a surprise poster is included.
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