Children with autism sometimes show self-stimulation. A lot of self-stimulation involves swishing saliva, twirling an object, patting one's cheeks, flapping one's hand, and staring at lights and shadows. When children with autism are self-stimulating, they don't get involved with other children and they don't talk or play with other children a lot.
These kids are playing with foam balls in P.E. They are soft so they won't hurt anyone.
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