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These 76 task cards include real-life scenarios for students to practice flexible thinking skills. Flexible thinking means being able to perspective take and understand situations in more than one way. Scenarios include a variety of situations, including at home, at school, and with friends. Each ta
Do your students struggle when things change and don't go as planned? Help them learn flexible thinking strategies with this resource! Students will learn and practice strategies that they can use to cope with change, as well as create a practical plan to deal with changes that come. These resources
Rainbow Thinking is a strategy that helps us stretch our thinking from rigid-inflexible conclusions, sometimes called Black or White or perfectionistic thinking that promotes anxiety and despair to adaptable-flexible solutions that help us feel empowered and hopeful. This is an important tool for bu
Teach your students to get out of their rigid thinking ruts and into more flexible thinking with this highly interactive PowerPoint filled with animations, quizzes, and fun! Video preview available here!Overview of PowerPoint •Begins with a story of a boy who has trouble with changes in routine, thi
This product will assist students to understand the importance of flexible thinking and understanding things in their control and not in their control. This product was created to be used with a large or small group, but could also be used with individual students. Please check out the preview to s
The purpose of this Jenga® game is to introduce radical acceptance and the practice of flexible thinking. These important executive functioning skills will be of social benefit for rigid perfectionistic thinkers and children that respond to anxiety by controlling others. Excellent resource for child
This ‘Think Outside of the Box’ series provides teachers with straightforward ideas and activities to help students develop important problem-solving skills. Students will work on important flexible thinking and critical thinking skills with these fun and engaging activities. All students can learn
In this flexible thinking school counseling classroom guidance lesson, students practice their flexible thinking skills. Begin with a introductory flexible thinking story to introduce the concept of stiff thinking vs flexible thinking. Students participate in a small group flexible thinking challeng
This booklet has many helpful pages to help students replace automatic thoughts, practice flexible thinking, use positive self-talk, practice the circles of control, and more. These activities work well with Solutions Focused Brief Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Methods. Includes 2
These cards can be used for distance Learning for speech therapy. These cards could also be used for social skills online groups, teachers, special education teachers and home-schooling parents. *********************************************************************************************************
Learning to think “outside the box” or even think of more than one way to do something can be very difficult for some children. Often it’s a fact of their development, being egotistical and the center of their own universe. But as kids get older, they are expected to be able to blend other people’s
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Flexible Thinking Dealing with Change Middle and High School - Use this resource with Middle School and High School students who are transitioning to distance learning and dealing with the many changes that come with school closings. These 14 interactive worksheets address the subject of how to exhi
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This no print BOOM CARD activity set is designed to work on building students perspective taking skills and flexible thinking through reading the clues given by facial expression and body language. Great for tele-therapy and distance learning for special education, social skills, and speech therapy
These cards can be used for distance Learning for speech therapy. These cards could also be used for social skills online groups, teachers, special education teachers and homeschooling parents. *********************************************************************************************************T
We are now offering our top 3 sellers at an over 20% discount. This is a great value, as these are your go-to lessons that you'll be doing several times this year! If purchased separately, it would cost $14.50. This bundle is $11.00! Save over 20%!Included are:(Please click on each product title
Do you have a student with a short fuse? Do they seem to get annoyed by students around them for silly reasons? Or do you have students who are justly annoyed but need to learn how to deal with it? This lesson gives some basic insight into some very simple and doable coping mechanisms. It is an
When things do not go as planned, a helpful strategy to minimize black or white thinking is Kaleidoscope Thinking. Similar to turning a kaleidoscope and seeing the diversity of magnificent colors and images, viewing a situation from a different angle helps improve flexible thinking and appropriate r
The Going With The FLOW worksheet helps introduce the acronym FLOW with the goal of promoting flexible thinking and to invite problem solving, communication, and self-care strategies when faced with challenging situations. Excellent resource for children with perfectionistic thinking, ADHD, or Autis
Kids sometimes fail to realize the importance of acting interested in others kids special interests. This is a key factor in making and keeping friends. The Social Fake is introduced in this social story and tells our reader that you don't have to pretend to LIKE something you just have to pretend
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Background: Flexible thinking is a higher level language skill that tends to develop greatly in all students during the high school years. It is one of those social language skills that we see develop and mature with age.Younger children demonstrate more difficulties with flexible thinking because t
Social skills do not come naturally to everyone. Making and keeping friends is a foundational skill that every child needs to be fluent in. As a child ages, this skill becomes more sophisticated. Knowing this, it is recommended to begin teaching this skill as early as possible. Teachers know tha
Flexible thinking is the ability to take another's perspective and adapt to changes gracefully. Many students struggle with flexible thinking, and see things in only one way. This material is meant to help students learn to use flexible thinking. This activity comes with a page explaining rigid
Our kids with social cognitive deficits or on the autism spectrum often have extremes in their thinking, creating great discomfort and issues for them with rather un-important or random events. For our kids, things are either “good” or “bad”, “right” or “wrong” with no in-between. They seem to lac
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This no print BOOM CARD activity set is designed to work on building students perspective taking skills and flexible thinking through reading the clues given by facial expression and body language. This is the 2nd set of this type of activity. Great for teletherapy and distance learning for specia

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