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Eye Contact - Toybox


Eye Contact - Toybox
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Description

✩FizzBrain's "Look in My Eyes" series featured on CBS's "60 Minutes" October 23, 2011!✩
"Another Fantastic Game, Highly Recommended! ★★★★★ Thank you once again FizzBrain, for creating another great tool to help teach eye contact! My son loves this game even more than the garage/car version (which is saying something!). He loves that he can earn toys, and loves that they each move in their own way! Every time we play, he looks forward to seeing a new toy and is thrilled when it appears! I highly recommend this to everyone out there looking to help their autistic child! Keep up the great work and I look forward to more!" (From a customer review.)

Eye contact is a social skill that some children find challenging. This game helps them practice the skill while earning fun rewards. The game is similar to those in our "Look in My Eyes" series - but the reward is easier and more immediate. We developed this easy reward because of parent feedback on our previous games. Some parents who loved the eye contact practice in our "Look in My Eyes" series expressed the desire for a reward that was simpler.

The game rewards players for quickly focusing in on a person’s eyes. Through repeated practice we attempt to develop a habit that families can transfer to real life settings as they remind children to use the skills they have practiced in the game.

How do you play? Children look at a series of faces, and need to focus on the eyes quickly in order to answer correctly and earn stars. After earning four stars, children are taken to a playroom where they find a new toy waiting. Toys are easy to play with - just click or drag to see them animate. When done playing, children store their toys in the toybox - and take them out when they want to play again!

As we develop our games we draw on decades of classroom teaching experience, extensive training in best education practices and our many years of close personal relationships with children who have Asperger’s Syndrome and autism. We hope our social skills games will benefit your child!

For ages 3-6.

Check out our other eye contact and social skills games on iTunes - search for FizzBrain!

What's New in Version 2.0

Improved saving in iOS 4 - and still works in iOS 3 !

Screenshots

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