Superflex Takes On the Unthinkables! (poster)
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- Ages: 7-10+
- Format: Poster
- ISBN: 9781936943258
- Published: 2015
Motivate kids to talk about how these 14 sneaky characters use their powers to get in the way of our flexible thinking and doing. The imaginary characters on this poster represent the most common challenges in thinking and doing that we ALL experience. For example, Worry Wall shows the common feeling of worry. Body Drifter represents how when we get distracted or don’t notice the group plan, our bodies can drift from the group, leaving others confused! These Unthinkables® (UnthinkaBots) can work together to sabotage our flexible thinking and doing. It’s up to us to notice and then manage them! The poster shows a diverse set of Superflex superheroes, the 14 original Unthinkables, and their powers. Pair it with our Thinkables poster to teach that the powers of the Unthinkables (or UnthinkaBots) can be managed by Thinkable strategies. Buy both and save!
If you are new to Superflex®, Unthinkables®, UnthinkaBots®, or Thinkables®, please check out any of the Superflex series books or games and then hang this laminated poster (18” x 24”) to spark imagination and encourage discussions about the 14 most common Unthinkables (UnthinkaBots). Motivate kids to develop their self-awareness, self-regulation and flexible-thinking skills with this fun visual teaching tool!
Dimensions: 18" width x 24" length.
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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?