Individuals of all ages with autism are often intrigued with the intricate patterns and designs that emerge when cutting paper snowflakes. These visual delights are an inexpensive, enjoyable activity when the “weather outside is frightful.” If your friend with autism tends to chew or tear paper, put snowflakes in a small ziplock bag so they can enjoy their personalized creations. Click below for a 3-minute demo of foolproof method of cutting paper snowflakes. If you are receiving this message via e-mail or podcast, click on our website http://FAQautism ENJOY!
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