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Thinksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills
Free Thinksheet: Learning About Our Own Behavior: planning for a bad moment in the day. From one of Social Thinking's best-selling books: Thinksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills. Feel free to use coupon code: Social10 to receive 10% off of most of our products, including this one
Free: How to Develop Rubrics for Social Thinking Goals/Objectives
Scoring rubrics expand our vision of a student’s progress over time & allow us to react as needed to modify our teaching to better help our students learn. Another reason we like rubrics over traditional IEP goal statements is the conversation involved, among educators and our students. Explaining the rubric criteria & rating levels and giving examples that illustrate the concept being measured can prompt teaching & learning about the social concepts outside the actual lesson. Everyone benefits!
Social Thinking® Thinksheets for Tweens and Teens
FREE Thinksheet! Being Angry is Okay: What I Do and Say Is Important EVEN When I'm Angry. From Social Thinking Thinksheets for Tweens and Teens: Learning to Read In-Between the Social Lines. Feel free to use coupon code: Social10 to receive 10% off of most of our products
Social Emotional Learning Activities Using A Mandala - Kiddie Matters
Mindfulness activities that help children manage big emotions. Kids learn to self-regulate and develop calm down strategies for when their thoughts and feelings become overwhelming. #mindfulnessactivities #schoolcounseling #positiveparenting #autism #adhd
4 Ways to Discuss Expected vs. Unexpected Behaviors — Encourage Play
I’ve done a lot of work using Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking concepts. One of the basic concepts in her work is “expected versus unexpected”. Events typically fall into one of these two categories. Here are a few examples from my own life. It’s expected that every morning I drink a cup of coffee. If I don’t have coffee, that’s unexpected. It’s expected that when it’s time for dinner, everyone comes in and sits at the table. It’s unexpected if one family member gets up from t...