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Thinksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills

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Use over 160 pages of worksheets directly with students! Thinksheets are mini lesson plans for parents and professionals to guide their students’ social learning. Developed by working with actual students to address specific dilemmas in real situations, Thinksheets help all participants consider and respond to the social situation at hand.

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One of Social Thinking’s best-selling books, Worksheets!, now has a new name: Thinksheets. Same great content, now with a new title and cover. Thinksheets encourages higher functioning individuals with autism spectrum disorder, social (pragmatic) communication disorder, ADHD, or other related social–emotional learning challenges to process more deeply what social thinking means to them. The curriculum works best for students mid elementary through high school. The thinksheets are coded to suggest which ones are better for different aged students.

Developed from years of working with students with social–cognitive challenges, the thinksheets serve as mini-lesson plans to introduce Social Thinking concepts. Educators can then take these concepts and adapt them through different activities they develop. Teachers, therapists, parents, and other caregivers can also copy and send the material to other stakeholders in the individual’s life to reinforce the concepts the student is learning, making Thinksheets a valuable supplement to Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME and Think Social!

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Weight 0.910 g
Ages

Primary School, High School

Author

Michelle Garcia Winner

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