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FLIPP the Switch 2.0: Mastering Executive Function Skills From School to Adult Life for Students with Autism

$42.90

by Carol Burmeister, MA Sheri Wilkins, PhD Dr. Rebecca Silva

for ages 5-22+

This book provides educators with detailed information about executive function skills and evidence-based practices that can be used with students with autism and similar social cognitive challenges, who experience executive function deficits, to be more successful in school, at home, in the community, and in the future.

Michelle Garcia Winner, Founder of Social Thinking, says

“Don’t we all want to have clear-cut strategies to teach our students who have challenges with flexibility, emotional regulation, planning, and problem solving? This book does a great job providing the “how and why” for the use of specific visually based, kid-friendly strategies to help to promote the development of competencies that contribute to healthier executive functioning.”

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January 28, 2022 - January 28, 2022

The Zones Of Regulation 3 hour Training – Online “Live” With Elizabeth Sautter – Friday 28 January 2022

$220.00

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Tickets Sales Close Soon You receive 3 hours credit toward your Professional Development obligations.

Three Hour Zones of Regulation Training conducted online “live” via Zoom.

This training will highlight key components of The Zones of Regulation curriculum and will either give you the confidence to get started with implementing the program with your students or give you a ton of new ideas if you are already on your Zones journey.

In addition to exploring critical lessons, participants will develop a solid understanding of the four Zones of Regulation, delve into tools to support self-regulation and review practice strategies to ensure implementation with fidelity. 

Participants gain insight into why The Zones of Regulation framework works. Participants will be taught to break down the steps of regulation into a cognitive pathways that can be easily taught to both neurodiverse and neurotypical learners.

Visuals, videos and student work samples are shared to illustrate the common language and visual system the Zones utilizes to build the foundational, life-long skill of self-regulation (2.75 clock hours and a 15 minute break to equal a 3 hour session).  

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Raising an Organized Child

$27.99

by.Damon Korb

for ages 4 yrs – young adult

Frustrated parents who are tired of chaos will find concrete, actionable guidance for raising an independent, self-assured, and organized child. Dr. Korb defines the neurodevelopmental abilities that are critical for organization and shows parents how to develop their children’s organized thinking skills. He provides practical solutions to help children develop their organizational abilities and executive function. Raising an Organized Child also offers an overview of brain development as it relates to organization from infancy through the teen years and provides appropriate age-based milestones for organizational skills. Dr. Korb’s advice covers neurotypical children as well as those with ADHD, Autism, or other conditions, to help all parents bring more order to their children and their lives.

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We Can Make It Better: Social Problem Solving Through Flexible Stories

$44.00

by Elizabeth Delsandro

Ages 4-8

This inspiring book helps kids learn to read social cues through short, cartoon-style stories about two friends, who inadvertently hurt each other’s feelings. Students describe what’s going on in each illustration and consider the connection between the character’s behaviour, how it makes others think and feel, and the related consequences. By sharing ideas about better choices the characters might make, students engage in group problem solving, perspective taking and social-emotional learning. Lessons included on a CD for easy printing.

Buying Tip: A story-based tool to teach early learners how a person’s actions affect others’ thoughts and emotions. This book gives you clear teaching templates that help children understand when their behaviours create “not so good thoughts” and provides strategies to to help children “make it better”.

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You are a Social Detective! First Edition

$27.72

by Michelle Garcia Winner and Dr Pam Crooke

for ages 5-10+ and even adults

First Edition copies of these books discounted by 40%

Help kids become social detectives who hunt for clues, using their ears, eyes and brains to make smart guesses about what’s happening , what’s expected and how others think and feel. This popular book encourages wide ranging curiosity in students to boost social-emotional learning. Kids learn not only to become better detectives about the world around them, but also to turn a magnifying glass on their own behaviours, figuring out how a certain response might impact others. Award winning content covers a lot of teaching self-awareness and social competencies.  It also teachers professionals, parents and  children how to use social Thinking vocabulary to support the social learning process.

Buying Tip:  This is the place to start when introducing Social Thinking concepts and vocabulary to every age group.  This brand new first edition copy is not too different to the second edition book, but 40% cheaper!

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Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME

$84.70

by Michelle Garcia Winner

for all ages

Our Informative and accessible best seller, written by Social Thinking’s founder, Michelle Garcia Winner, is the starting point for understanding and applying Social Thinking Methodology. It explores the social learning process and weaves together research with practical ways to teach specific social competencies.

Buying Tip:  This is our core Social Thinking reference text for Parents and Professionals to read and use with ALL ages.  If you are new to Social Thinking, this is a must buy, it’s the reference book you will dip in and out of for a long time. This book outlines the foundation of the Social Thinking methodology.  It provides a framework for deconstructing our social interactions in a way that makes sense to our students.

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Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum for School-Age Students (Revised Edition)

$148.50

by Michelle Garcia Winner

Ages 4+

Think Social! is a core Social Thinking curriculum book for schools and complements Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME. The book provides step-by-step methods for teaching social-cognitive and communication skills to students who have these challenges affecting their school and home life. Students and adults with autism spectrum disorders (particularly high-functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome), ADHD and similar difficulties, diagnosed and undiagnosed, have benefited from these methods.

Buying Tip:  This book provides you with a core Social Thinking curriculum and is ideal for use with Primary School age students.  The book provides step-by-step methods for teaching social-cognitive and social-communicative skills to students who have challenges that affect their school and home life.

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Social Behavior Mapping – Connecting Behavior, Emotions and Consequences Across the Day

$47.50

by Michelle Garcia Winner

for ages 8+

Social Behavior Mapping, a core treatment framework in the Social Thinking® Methodology, is a visual template that helps users figure out the hidden social rules of a given situation based on what is happening and the people present. It also outlines a fundamental social concept we call the Social-Emotional Chain Reaction:  how we act in a given situation affects how others feel, how we make others feel affects how they treat us, and how we are treated affects how we feel about others and, ultimately, about ourselves.

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Brain (Squishy Foam)

$11.00

for all ages

Students enjoy squeezing the small, blue foam brains, and the brains encourage them to think more flexibly and abstractly about the size of their problems and the choices they are making.

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Movie Time Social Learning

$49.50

by Dr Anna Vagin

for ages 4 – 18

Movies allow viewers to pause social interactions and talk about what’s going on. This creative book combines movie watching with many tools and activities to encourage socially based critical thinking and perspective taking. Three strategy levels are offered to align lesson with students’ social learning abilities. Lessons included on a CD for east printing.

Buying Tip:  If your child or client is a visual learner, this book is for you.  Using movies is a really accessible and fun way to teach about the social world.  Movie Time Social Learning is a great companion to Anna’s other book YouCue Feelings and Leah Kuypers book The Zones of Regulation.

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Socially Curious and Curiously Social – A Social Thinking Guidebook for Bright Teens and Young Adults

$44.00

by Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke

for ages 14 – 22

This detailed anime-illustrated guidebook helps teens and young adults sail the stormy seas of dating, texting, lies and everyday relationships.  Targeted strategies encourage readers to better navigate their social worlds, develop stronger social competencies and manage social anxiety.

Buying Tip:  This book gets rave reviews from adolescent and young adult readers. Parents, educators and therapists also appreciate how it equips them to explain in real time the social thinking process, helping young adults navigate social situations.

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Social Fortune or Social Fate: A Social Thinking Graphic Novel Map for Social Quest Seekers

$44.00

by Pamela Crooke and Michelle Garcia Winner

for ages 10+

Social Behavior Mapping meets manga to appeal to tweens and teens.  Based on their social choices, the destinies of three relatable characters unfold in graphic novel style.  Cleverly organised to show how social decision making can lead to social fortune or an undesirable social fate. Vividly displays how a situation can change quickly based on how someone reacts – and how those behaviours impact others’ thoughts and feelings.

Buying Tip:  Through this anime-based graphic teaching book, tweens and teens will be inspired to explore how social decision making and problem solving impact their own ability to feel good about themselves, while also exploring how their behaviours (expected and unexpected) impact others. This product provides direct instruction and guidance to students and their teachers by explaining visually, with words and with strategy codes how to decipher social situations and related social emotional responses. This book has received very positive reviews from teens and professionals. It’s target audience is 10 years through to high school students.

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Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough

$42.99

by Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke

for ages 18+

Written to help all adults but especially useful for those with subtle but significant social learning challenges.  This book helps adults read the hidden rules of the social world. The book includes practical strategies that can be used in both the workplace and all areas of life to better understand and respond to others and social situations.

Buying Tip: This book is a must read for managers who are sent to courses titled “managing difficult employees” as much as it is a must read for employees who are struggling to “fit in” at work and perhaps get sent to such courses.  The social mind needs to be seen from both perspectives, so that we treat people with empathy and dignity and better understand the “social” dimension of the workplace.  We recommend this book to all adults who find relationships challenging, and don’t we all experience that from time to time? This book will help you understand your role in your family and in your significant relationship as much as it helps you understand how to navigate the social dimension of the workplace.  This book will also help managers understand the struggles faced by many employees, and in so doing, help them be better “people” managers. This book is our recommended read for all adults. 

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How Do I Feel? An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

Through this book children learn to identify pictures of emotions.

Sentences such as, “I feel ________ when I do a good job,” allow the students to label their feelings. (There are no “correct” answers.) Open-ended questions at the back of the book allow teachers, therapists, parents or children to make up their own sentences. Even if a student is non-verbal or doesn’t speak English, once they can identify the pictures, you can read the sentence and have them give you or point to the picture that labels their emotion.

Another fun activity and a means of assessing a students emotions is to put the pictures face down and have students pick a picture. Ask them to give you an example of what might make them feel that way. A student picks a card that says, “excited”, ask the student to tell you something that would make them feel excited.

Buying Tip: This is an excellent book for kids to learn how to match, identify and label specific emotions. Of particular value are the sections that have a card with a comment “I feel …”.  This book is a recommended resource to use together with The Zones of Regulation.

I Have Feelings Too is the result of requests from users of the highly-regarded, “How Do I Feel?” The difference being “I Have Feelings, Too!” uses pictures and sentences appropriate for older kids (teens and adults but also useful as an extension exercise for younger kids). Check it out HERE.

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Whole Body Listening Larry at Home

$38.50

by Kristen Wilson, Elizabeth Sautter

for ages 4-10

In this adorable storybook, Larry teaches listening skills with thought-provoking rhymes that teach concrete, structured, and systematic lessons in a kid-friendly way. When his peers demonstrate that they aren’t listening, Larry helps them understand how this impacts others, and to support the thoughts and feelings of others by listening with every part of their body.

Buying Tip: Larry teaches children through a rhyming poem about how to be more aware of how we listen with our whole bodies to help us process and respond to what is going on around us in our homes.  Using engaging illustrations and amusing examples, parents and children love exploring the Whole Body Listening concept through this book!

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Whole Body Listening Larry at School

$41.80

by Elizabeth Sautter and Kristen Wilson

for ages: 4-10

In this adorable storybook, Larry teaches listening skills with thought-provoking rhymes that teach concrete, structured, and systematic lessons in a kid-friendly way. When his peers demonstrate that they aren’t listening, Larry helps them understand how this impacts others, and to support the thoughts and feelings of others by listening with every part of their body.

Buying Tip:  Larry teaches children through a rhyming poem about how to be more aware of how we listen with our whole bodies to help us process and respond to what is going on around us across our school day.  Using engaging illustrations and amusing examples, parents and children love exploring the Whole Body Listening concept through this book!

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Whole Body Listening Larry Poster

$22.00

by Elizabeth Sautter, Kristen Wilson

for ages: 4-10

Whole Body Listening Larry encourages students to listen with all parts of their brain and body—including their heart—to better learn, play, and work in groups. This colourful poster reminds kids of each body part they can use to listen.

Buying Tip:  The Whole Body Listening Larry Poster provides a fun way to reinforce lessons of the Whole Body Listening Larry storybooks – with the concepts of “listening” with your eyes, your brains, your hearts and entire bodies properly engaged with and aware of the people around us! The books, along with the poster, help to teach self-regulation to your students/children who may be a bit wiggly!

Dimensions: 45.72 cms x 60.96 cms.

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YouCue FEELINGS: Using Online Videos for Social Learning

$42.99

by Dr Anna Vagin

for ages 4 – 18+

Buying Tip:  If your child or client is a visual learner, this book is for you.  Using YouTube clips is a really accessible and fun way to teach about the social world.  YouCue Feelings is a great companion to Anna’s other book Movie Time Social Learning and Leah Kuypers book The Zones of Regulation.

YouCue Feelings uses online YouTube videos to foster Social Learning and expand emotional understanding.  It is the perfect companion to The Zones of Regulation. The author of “Zones”, Leah Kuypers, says of YouCue Feelings: “This is a must have resource for teachers, therapists and parents supporting the development of social emotional skills. Through the use of engaging videos, YouCue Feelings provides learning activities that appeal to students, making learning fun and builds fundamental skills in emotional recognition in self and others, social cognition and contextual awareness.”

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Hey Warrior

$19.95

by Karen Young

for ages 5-12 (and up).

A book for kids about anxiety. Kids can do amazing things with the right information. Understanding why anxiety feels the way it does and where the physical symptoms come from is a powerful step in turning anxiety around. Anxiety explained, kids empowered.

Special Offer – buy all three Karen Young books and get 10% off all three books.  All you have to do is have in your shopping cart Hey Warrior, Hey Awesome and But We’re Not Lions and you can use the discount code awesome for a 10% discount on all three books.  These books are very popular because they are highly effective teaching tools.

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Hey Awesome

$19.95

by Karen Young

for ages 5-12 (and up)

If kids with anxiety could see themselves the way we see them, they would feel so much bigger than their anxiety. They would feel so much bigger than everything. ‘Hey Awesome’ explains how the same brain that can make them feel anxious sometimes, also comes with amazing strengths. It also includes powerful tips for children on how they can manage their anxiety. First we let them know how awesome they are, then we give them what they need to feel it for themselves.

Special Offer – buy all three Karen Young books and get 10% off all three books.  All you have to do is have in your shopping cart Hey Warrior, Hey Awesome and But We’re Not Lions and you can use the discount code awesome for a 10% discount on all three books.  These books are very popular because they are highly effective teaching tools.

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But We’re Not Lions!

$19.95

by Karen Young

for ages 5-12 (and up).

The animals were mighty and magnificent, but they were miserable! For way too long, they’d been forced to become something that didn’t feel right – something that felt too much like bad days and scratchy things. The animals needed a hero, or someone to show them that a hero was in each of them all along.

Special Offer – buy all three Karen Young books and get 10% off all three books.  All you have to do is have in your shopping cart Hey Warrior, Hey Awesome and But We’re Not Lions and you can use the discount code awesome for a 10% discount on all three books.  These books are very popular because they are highly effective teaching tools.

A book about boundaries, peer pressure and self-acceptance – and a reminder for all kids that the very best thing about them, is them.

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The Incredible 5-Point Scale, 2nd Edition

$42.90

by Kari Dunn Burton & Mitzi Curtis

for ages 7+

Teaching self-regulation? This is a must have resource for teachers, therapists & parents. Using visual references such as easy to read scalers and charts, this book helps students develop better emotional control and problem solving strategies.

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How Do I Stand in Your Shoes?

$30.00

by Susan DeBell

for ages 4-10

Miranda Peabody had no patience for the other students in class and just didn’t understand why they couldn’t be as smart and talented as she was. Her teacher, Mrs. Klemp, suggested that she try to understand other people by “standing in their shoes.” After much searching, she learns the true meaning of “standing in someone else’s shoes” and having empathy for others.

This full-colour, illustrated storybook for ages 4-10 includes discussion questions as well as activities to enhance learning about empathy.

Buying Tip:  This is a great tool when teaching empathy, tolerance and understanding difference.

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The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children

$30.00

Author:  Dr Ross Greene

A groundbreaking approach to understanding and parenting children who frequently exhibit severe fits of temper and other intractable behaviours, from a distinguished clinician and pioneer in this field.

Buying Tip: We here at The Social Mind are big advocates for Dr Ross Greene’s approach to behaviour, as Ross says “kids do well if they can do well”.  In this remarkable book Dr Ross Greene explains that at the route of behaviour issues are a kid’s “lagging skills and unsolved problems”.  In this book Ross will not only explain your child/student/client but will give you hope with a productive approach that teaches skills and shows just how ineffective punishments are at changing behaviour.  We believe in this approach so much that we regularly bring Ross to Australia to conduct training in his approach to behaviour.  You can watch Ross on Youtube here and if you read this review and want to purchase the book, use the promotion code Ross for a discount.

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I Have Feelings Too – An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions (for older kids)

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 11 – 18+

This Interactive Reading Book by Joan Green and Linda Comerford is the result of requests from users of the highly-regarded, “How Do I Feel?” The difference here is that “I Have Feelings, Too!” uses pictures and sentences appropriate for teens and adults. No “kiddy” pictures!

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Action – An Interactive Reading Book of Verbs with Who? What? and Where? Questions

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This Interactive Reading Book teaches action verbs and pronouns while posing and then answering who, what and where questions. (ex: Where can she swim? Answer: She can swim in the pool.)

Ask additional questions to expand the concept being presented. (ex: In the sentence “I can hide in the tunnel”, ask the student to tell you some other places you might hide. In the sentence, “He can throw the bean bags.”, ask the student, “What else can you throw?” etc.) Click on the picture icon above to enlarge for better viewing.

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I Go To School – An Interactive Reading Book

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

I Go To School uses the vocabulary and activities you might find in a typical school day.

Using 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages, the pictures in this book resemble a visual schedule. Aside from matching, identifying, labeling, creating sentences and learning to read, the students can also use the pictures to answer simple questions. If the student is verbal he can respond verbally, if non-verbal he can point to a picture. (eg: What do you do with a pencil? Answer: Write)

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What Colour Is It? An Interactive Reading Book.

$49.00

This book teaches students how to match, identify and label colours.

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

Using 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages students also learn to read their colour words which are included in simple sentences. (eg: “The apple is red.”) The colours are also taught by association (eg: The “apple” is matched to the red square and the “red square” goes on the apple. This way when a student hears the word “red” he can “see” the red apple in his head and remember the colours more easily!) Click on the picture icon above to enlarge for better viewing.

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The Ups and Downs of Opposites – An Interactive Reading Book

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

In the ‘Ups and Downs of Opposites’, two sentences on each page give examples of pairs of opposites. (eg: The dishes are dirty. The clothes are clean).

Students match the pictures, identify, and label them. They then put the appropriate pictures and words together. (eg: Dishes with dirty, clothes with clean, etc). Students read the sentences with the pictures, then without the pictures, and finally with all the sentences mixed up to make sure students are truely reading. Another fun activity is to take one picture of each set, (eg. keep the “clean” card and put the “dirty” card away) then put the cards face down. Have the child randomly pick up a card, label it and then tell you the opposite. The pictures represent examples of opposites. You can also ask the students to give you other examples of the same concept.(eg. The nut is hard. The feather is soft. Can you tell me something else that is hard? Soft?).

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Sounds Good To Me – An Interactive Reading Book with Phonics and the Alphabet

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This book teaches the letters of the alphabet and how they sound at the beginning of words. (eg: The letter D sounds like duh-duh DUCK.)

Students match, identify, and label the pictures, then put them on the appropriate square to match the letter with the same beginning sound. (ex: The picture of the “apple” will go next to the letter “A”.) You can also ask the students questions that they can answer verbally or by pointing to the correct picture. (eg: What do you use when it rains? Answer: umbrella, etc.)

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How Many? An Interactive Reading Book About Numbers

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This book teaches students to match, identify, label and sequence numbers 1-12.

There are 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages from which students learn to read number words one through twelve and simple nouns (ex: six suns). Quantity concepts are taught by matching number to picture and picture to number. (ex: Have the student put the number “2” card on the picture that has 2 “shoes” or the student picks a picture card, counts the items and places it on the appropriate number card.) Simple math activities can also be performed. (eg: Using the picture cards: 2 shoes + 3 pigs= ? Answer: the number card 5) or (ex. Using the number cards: 3 + 4=? Answer: the student finds the picture card of 7 balloons) Click on the picture icon above to enlarge for better viewing.

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Things I Do At Home – An Interactive Reading Book

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This book uses the vocabulary and activities that might make-up a typical day at home as a basis for the reading activities.

It also contains 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages where students work on matching, identifying, and labeling pictures. Upon completion of those activities students then use the pictures as a visual aid to complete simple sentences. Students then read the sentences with and without the pictures as they become better readers, finally mixing -up the sentence order to make sure they are really reading and not just memorising the sentence order. Like in, ‘I Go To School’, pictures can also be used to answer simple functional questions. (eg: Where do you go when you are tired? Answer: To bed!)

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