some posters and handouts to go with the #Superflex curriculum #autism

some posters and handouts to go with the #Superflex curriculum #autism

Expected Behaviors vs. Unexpected Behaviors

Expected Behaviors vs. Unexpected Behaviors

Baldwin Elementary S.C.O.R.E.S. Program: Social Thinking Group. This blog gives ideas for elementary years social thinking groups

Baldwin Elementary S.C.O.R.E.S. Program: Social Thinking Group. This blog gives ideas for elementary years social thinking groups

Sensory Solutions, Inc.: Whole Body Thinking

Sensory Solutions, Inc.: Whole Body Thinking

Should I or Shouldn't I? What Would Others Think?   A game to encourage Social Thinking and social problem solving.

Should I or Shouldn't I? What Would Others Think? A game to encourage Social Thinking and social problem solving.

Superflex!  More information on this social thinking tool at acardenas.weebly.com

Superflex! More information on this social thinking tool at acardenas.weebly.com

Social Thinking At Home: Unthinkables - Rock Brain — Encourage Play

Social Thinking At Home: Unthinkables - Rock Brain — Encourage Play

Social Thinking at Home: Unthinkables - Glassman

Social Thinking at Home: Unthinkables - Glassman

For use by professional and parents with students 3rd grade and up. An important life skill is coping with boredom when participating in groups. The Boring Moments Poster uses humor to explicitly state the “expected” and “unexpected” behaviors related to boredom. While a teacher cannot prevent a group of students from momentary boredom, she/he can encourage students to be bored in a more “expected” way.

For use by professional and parents with students 3rd grade and up. An important life skill is coping with boredom when participating in groups. The Boring Moments Poster uses humor to explicitly state the “expected” and “unexpected” behaviors related to boredom. While a teacher cannot prevent a group of students from momentary boredom, she/he can encourage students to be bored in a more “expected” way.

Do your students have rock brain?  Use some sensory balls and rocks to help your students become more flexible and aware of others' feelings.  A great post if you teach students with special learning needs and social challenges.  Read more at:  http://www.theautismvault.com/2016/04/how-i-use-social-thinking-curriculum-to.html

Do your students have rock brain? Use some sensory balls and rocks to help your students become more flexible and aware of others' feelings. A great post if you teach students with special learning needs and social challenges. Read more at: http://www.theautismvault.com/2016/04/how-i-use-social-thinking-curriculum-to.html

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