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 reactions. Excellent resource for children with ADHD or Autism.
Included in this product:
Thirty two visual task cards that ask alternative ways of using an object or things to do in a situation. Suggested tips included.
Sixteen visual task cards that ask how to appropriately respond to
common situations that provoke rigid thinking. Suggested tips included.
Thought records using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) strategies to promote Kaleidoscope Thinking.
Reward Cards with Kaleidoscope Thinking Questions.
Posters and Kaleidoscope Coloring Pages.