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Singing

As the late great Al Jolson would say:

"I love-a to- I love-a to sing!"

After he would tell his audience that he loves to sing-a about the moon, the month of June, and the season of spring.

I love to sing! Used to sing with my mom and my dad when we were in the car. Whenever Dad sings, it's always so cool how he turns with a smile and goes: "Do ya like ma singin'?" In recent news, I learned that he used to slay it in karaoke bars back in the day. Trying to follow his footsteps. One more personal note real quick is that I discovered this thing called Twitch Sings, and I can sing all kinds of songs with lots of people online! It's a lot of fun! All kinds of singing styles are a joy to sing the tunes with. Spent the last several hours singing and dancing when no one was watching.

Wish I can talk a whole lot about personal singing experiences, folks; But onto the same topic relating to autism. Here is why the topic of singing to me is incredibly important and something to be positively...

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Social Story Character: Ella

Name: Ella

5 Favorite Hobbies:

  1. Spending time with her sisters
  2. Drawing abstract art
  3. Picking flowers
  4. Playing the Piano
  5. Photography

5 Favorite Things:

  1. Playing with her dog “Daisy”
  2. Eating ice cream
  3. Doing things with her Family (she prefers family over friends)
  4. Computers
  5. Art museums

5 Strengths:

  1. Amazing at drawing designs and adding color to them during her free time
  2. Talented singer
  3. Knows all of the bells and whistles in photography editing
  4. Her family and friends adore her bright beautiful smile
  5. Excellent at math, and writes the answers in an artistic kind of way

5 Weaknesses:

  1. Extremely shy
  2. Often times she isn’t strong or confident in what she does
  3. Hard to stay focused at school, and very insecure about her outward appearance, and her mind is typically on when she will see her big brothers again.
  4. Tends to get lost when people (other than family) come up to her to say hi or have a conversation.
  5. Doesn’t know how to use body language in a social situation

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