Thinkables & UnthinkaBots Double Deck, 2nd Edition

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  • Ages: 7-10+
  • Format: Game
  • ISBN: 9781936943845
  • Published: 2021


New Edition! Super Updates, Changes & Additions

Since we introduced the Superflex® Curriculum in 2008, creative educators, therapists, parents, and related service professionals have come up with all sorts of new ways to teach the concepts and ideas related to Superflex.

The Thinkables & UnthinkaBots Double Deck, 2nd Edition is the superflexible visual supports you asked for to use with individuals who are learning about or have already been introduced to Superflex, the updated Team of UnthinkaBots (formally Unthinkables), and the team of Thinkables.


The Double Deck is designed for ultimate flexibility as you unleash your creative spirit in teaching the Superflex Curriculum in fun, new ways with your students.

Here's what is new or updated in this edition!

The Thinkables & UnthinkaBots Double Deck, 2nd Edition now includes the new generation of UnthinkaBot and Thinkable characters. The core product is still the same, with two decks of 52 cards for each team of characters, featuring character cards with the character’s image, name, and powers.

Each deck includes:

  • 4 information cards
    • Title/copyright card
    • Character pairing reference card
    • About the Deck & Use
    • Summary of Character Updates
  • 3 Social Detective character cards –NEW for this edition!
  • 3 Superflex character cards
  • 42 Thinkable or UnthinkaBot character cards:
    • UnthinkaBots deck: 3 copies of the 14 UnthinkaBots, plus 3 Superflex cards and 3 Social Detective cards
    • Thinkables deck: 3 copies of the 14 related Thinkables, plus 3 Superflex cards and 3 Social Detective cards

Other Important Changes: We’ve added several Superflex flying characters representing a diverse group of kids and emphasizes the “Superflex is ME” message. We’ve also replaced 4 of the 14 “first generation” characters with new names: Mean Bean (formerly Mean Gene/Jean), Me-Gull (formerly One-Sided Sid), Body Drifter (formerly Body Snatcher), and Blurt Out Blue (formerly Grump Grumpaniny).

Super suggestions for superflexible play!

You take the lead in using the cards — they’re a blank canvas of possibilities!

  • Create games such as “Go Fish” with the cards
  • Use the Thinkables cards to say “good job” when a child or student is managing an UnthinkaBot
  • Use an UnthinkaBot card as a visual tool to remind a student to use their strategies when an UnthinkaBot shows up in a student’s brain

The possibilities are endless, limited only by your imagination and your own superflexible thinking!

Learn How to Teach Superflex

Michelle Garcia Winner, Superflex coauthor and the founder of the Social Thinking Methodology, shares tips for teaching ages 8-11 with Social Thinking products (including Superflex products), in this free, recorded webinar. Get the inside scoop!

Award-winning Social Detective & Superflex Series

Our award-winning Social Detective & Superflex series teaches social observation, social awareness, perspective taking, flexible thinking, and self-regulation. Click here to explore all our Social Detective & Superflex resources—why this social emotional learning series has sold more than 447,000 copies worldwide!

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10 DOs and DON'Ts for Teaching Superflex | Oct 2022

Author(s): Pamela Crooke, PhD, CCC-SLP, and Michelle Garcia Winner, MA CCC-SLP

Superflex® has become super-popular! We have enjoyed hearing from so many people around the world about their love of Superflex and the Team of UnthinkaBots and Thinkables and the positive effect the Superflex curriculum has on helping individuals become better social thinkers and social problem solvers!

Self-Regulation Strategies for the Interventionist: Managing Our Own Rock Brain Powers | Oct 2022

Author(s): Pamela Crooke, PhD, CCC-SLP, and Michelle Garcia Winner, MA CCC-SLP

It’s wonderful that so many interventionists are teaching self-regulation strategies and flexible thinking using Superflex and the cast of UnthinkaBots (formally called Unthinkables) and Thinkables! But the way we use our words to call attention to a student’s behaviors can make the difference between supportive versus punitive teaching. Here are four ways we often see teaching go awry—and helpful tips for what to do instead.

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