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 thinking vs. flexible thinking, a page with example of flexible thoughts, and 16 scenarios based around the holidays to help students troubleshoot possible situations that may arise (not getting something you want, getting something you hate, changes in schedules, etc).
Graphics by Jason's Online Classroom.