Sharing things: Boy - 4-12 - Animation length - Approximately 70 Seconds.
A sociamation, set in a classroom, modelling the possibility of sharing, in which a boy already drawing or playing with a toy is asked by another if they can draw or play together. This they do and then pack the things away, again, together.
So ... What are Sociamations?
Sociamations are colourful short animations, which depict young people in everyday situations which they might find challenging. They are brief and to-the-point and include voice-overs offering clear guidance about particular scenarios.
All sociamations follow current research guidance, and are story boarded by specialist educationalists, who work with young people with social interaction difficulties.
They show young people alone or in groups as the depicted activities require, and often include safety guidance.
Sociamations are designed to improve learning and social experiences for many people, including those who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, social communication difficulties, learning difficulties, emotional difficulties and low confidence and self-esteem.
Repetition is key to success.
Before you purchase, we recommend visiting our website, where you can find out more, try a few, and learn how best to use sociamations.
Keywords: autism, autism spectrum, ASD, asperger, asperger syndrome, down's syndrome, life skills, social skills, special needs, education, teaching.