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Social Thinking at Home: Unthinkables - Glassman

Books and videos for kids who have big reactions

Kira is working hard on her spelling test, pressing down hard with her pencil as she's writing.

Perspective taking activities that work great with Zones of Regulation & Social Thinking!

Target perspective taking, social cognition and emotional regulation skills with 5 NO PREP activities: Trading Places: Students pretend to be someone else (mother, cousin, teacher) and question each other on likes/dislikes. Making Smart Guesses:

Social Thinking at Home: Unthinkables - Glassman

Books and videos for kids who have big reactions

These are pictures of various problem scenarios used to practice determining the size of a problem. This material supports Michelle Garcia Winner's Social Thinking concept of the "Size of the Problem." I use this with my students to work on the strategy to defeat "Glassman," one of the Unthinkable in the "Superflex" curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner.

These are pictures of various problem scenarios used to practice determining the…

Stampylongnose by Annesley Potchatek

A presentation by Annesley Potchatek created with Haiku Deck, free presentation software that is simple, beautiful, and fun.

Social Thinking: Getting Started

Social Thinking: Getting Started

Size of Problem Bingo, Social Work, Zones, Social Thinking LOVED THIS. And lasted multiple group sessions. Great for my Life Skills room and groups following glassman lessons

Size of the Problem and Size of the Reaction Bundle

Social Thinking Article - update on social attention and social communication

Social Thinking Article: Updates on Social Thinking’s Cascade of Social Attention: A Conceptual Framework to Explore a Systems Approach to Social-Communication Michelle Garcia Winner and Dr.

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Revisiting and Revising “What is the Size of your Problem?”

Our frequent verbal prompts just become part of the unwanted noise that students tune out. Visual prompts get better attention and retention. We have used the “What size is your problem?

The Autism Vault: How I Use the Social Thinking Curriculum to Teach Flexible Thinking

Do you struggle with teaching your students how to be flexible thinkers? Check out how I use the Superflex curriculum to teach about flexible thinking. - The Autism Vault

Everyone needs a little bit of DIY time now and then.... - Miss Thrifty SLP

Everyone needs a little bit of DIY time now and then.... (Miss Thrifty SLP)

Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking is designed for those who struggle  with social issues. It can work for those with ADHD, Autism, Social  Communication Disorder and Nonverbal Learning Disability. It can also be  helpful for those kids who don’t have a diagnosis, but are having a hard  time fitting in. It’s really a series of concepts you can use to work on  your interactions with others - flexible thinking, expected vs. unexpected , social behavior mapping, etc. Here is a definition…

Superflex® takes on Rock Brain and the Team of Unthinkables® Book Review

This was one of the first books in the series of Superflex books from Social Thinking® and Michelle Garcia Winner. Out of all of the Superflex books, I like it the best.

Soda pop head. Managing anger.

Instagram Jam {three}

Glassman is one of the Unthinkables in the Michelle Garcia Winner, SuperFlex program. I wanted to share just a few activities we did when we talked about him! Glass Man is

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