Playing by the Rules: A Story about Autism PDF È the

Playing by the Rules: A Story about Autism PDF È the

Playing by the Rules: A Story about Autism ➱ [Read] ➬ Playing by the Rules: A Story about Autism By Dena Luchsinger ➼ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Jody and her brother Josh love to play board games In particular Josh loves to play Animal Sounds Bingo When Aunt Tilda wants to play too Josh suddenly gets up and leaves All the better thinks Jody wh the Rules: eBook ✓ Jody and her brother Josh love to play board games In particular Josh loves to play Animal Sounds Bingo When Aunt Tilda wants to play too Josh suddenly gets up and leaves All the better thinks Jody who wants to play a different game anyway and have her Aunt's undivided attention.


8 thoughts on “Playing by the Rules: A Story about Autism

  1. Brittany Upshaw Brittany Upshaw says:

    Playing by the Rules was an interesting book to read It takes place in a house setting It talks about the lives of two children Josh who is autistic and his sister The story starts off by the two children playing animal sounds bingo Josh always wins in that game because he knows each sound that's getting ready to come next which makes his sister a little upset Aunt Tilda who is a visitor in their home comes to where the kids are playing and ask to join in Not used to unfamiliar people Josh gets up and walks away Finally happy to play something she enjoy Josh's sister hurry up and pulls out a game she enjoys and ask her aunt to join in During the game however Josh comes in on multiple occasions asking for help with the things he need Getting aggravated Josh's sister explains to her aunt that Josh is autistic and basically to ignore what he's saying and focus on her The topic focus is one that I can mention within my classroom Being that I will most likely be working with 20 kids there is no way that my focus can be only one child So with this book I can use it especially when I'm laying out the rules I can explain to my students that because their is so many of you all I can not base my attention on just one person Then I can get into different people's individual needs and do to their needs it may seem as if I focus or put all my attention on them but that is not the case everyone is treated eually; eually to their need Empathy is another topic that can be brought up during our discussion I would want my students to try to put themselves in the next person's shoes and ask them how would they feel if they needed that extra help but didn't get it because another classmate wanted it all of them I would let them share their responses After our discussion we would then now what empathy was and meant and how can we display it and also why the teacher's focus can't just be on one person This book is really great when coming up with rules in the class My overall perspective of this book is that it is a very great teaching tool I also enjoyed the pictures though plain it went well with the story


  2. Amanda Amanda says:

    Like several other reviewers have stated this book is pretty poorly written Probably the best thing about this book is that it introduces the reader to PECS as a form of nonverbal communication The sister is kind of a jerk too I was hoping to see acceptanceinclusion towards the end of the book but no


  3. Jen Jen says:

    Another excellent children's book on Autism It captures so very well some of the uniue characteristics of children with autism We especially liked how they described the boy not liking new people for the same reason he didn't like new shoes new people gave him blisters on his brain His reaction to their great aunt reminded us so much of Mikey and Nonna


  4. Tricia Tricia says:

    while the purpose of the book to help others understand children with autism is great the attitude and delivery are not the best sister explains much and does it sometimes snidely


  5. ReadingWench ReadingWench says:

    The message is clear however it misses the markAR 38


  6. Angie Angie says:

    Terribly written and just thrown together with no real point The sister character was so selfish too Not a book I would ever reccommend to learn about autism


  7. Tina B Tina B says:

    autism brothers board games Aunt Tildy visits so sibs get special treats aunt learns about communication and rules of autistic


  8. Rachel Rachel says:

    Illustrations are nice but the story is poorly told and inconsistent


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