Superflex Posters 2-Pack
Tell us something good!
- Ages: 7-10+
- Format: Poster
- ISBN: 5002
- Published: 2015
These posters are visual tools that encourage kids to use self-regulation and flexible-thinking throughout the day! Once children are using the Superflex: A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum, hang these posters in your classroom, clinic, or home to remind kids of the strategies they’ve learned and to help you strengthen teachable moments.
The Unthinkables poster (we are officially changing Unthinkables to UnthinkaBots over the course of 2021-22) depicts the 14 original characters, their names, and anti-social powers. The Thinkables poster depicts the 14 counterpart cast, their names, and the Unthinkable each character helps to defeat. When you compare the two posters, you’ll see that each Unthinkable and corresponding Thinkable are placed in the same location on each poster. Due to popular request, the posters are now smaller! Dimensions: 18" width x 24" length each.
A diverse group of kids as Superflex joins the cast on each poster—reinforcing that Superflex lives inside each child. Drive this concept home with our free Superflex is Me handout!
Teaching Tips from Michelle & Pam
We use this poster set with our other Superflex products to help kids develop superflexible powers. The posters remind kids of the characters and help them build awareness of when an Unthinkable is invading their brain and which Thinkable can help. We use Superflex Superdecks to teach the Thinkable strategies (also found in the back of Unthinkable and Thinkable storybooks). Once the child has identified the invading Unthinkable and figured out which Thinkable strategy to use, it’s time for he or she to self-regulate and defeat the Unthinkable! We also take time to celebrate each child’s increasing superflexible abilities as they amass a larger team of Thinkables that can assist them whenever needed. Remember to focus on the positive and celebrate learning!
Instructor: Michelle Garcia Winner
People frequently ask how our products can be used together for a specific age group to teach and motivate kids to improve their social competencies in a fun and engaging manner. In Social Thinking’s first ever webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner will discuss the products Social Thinking has created for students ages 8-11 as well as share teaching tips and strategies related to the use of the following materials: You are a Social Detective!, the Superflex™ Curriculum, Social Thinking and Me, and the game Should I or Shouldn’t I?