Elementary School Standard Bundle

Michelle Garcia Winner Pamela Crooke Kari Zweber Palmer Linda K. Murphy Dominique Baudry Eileen Kennedy-Moore Christine McLaughlin

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  • Ages: 5-10+
  • Format: Bundle with Games
  • Published: 2024


You have to reach kids before you can teach them! Save 10% with this bundle of eight products, including two fun & kid-friendly Social Thinking® SEL curricula, a popular social learning card game, and innovative teaching ideas that engage children ages 5-12 in social emotional learning that feels relevant to their lives and taps into activities they love. Use these products to motivate and inspire kids to learn how the social world works so they can work toward meeting their own social and academic goals.

What’s Inside This Bundle

Visual Supports for 10 Key Social Thinking Vocabulary Concepts
These colorful visual supports (8.5” x 11”) promote the active use of 10 Social Thinking® Vocabulary concepts that lay the foundation for social emotional learning using the Social Thinking® Methodology. They are a visual way to show abstract elements of the social world in a concrete manner. As you introduce each of the 10 concepts, display the corresponding visual support (mini-poster) as a reminder to think about the concept. Set of 10; not sold individually. Buy it at a discount as part of the bundle, or separately at full price.

You Are a Social Detective! Explaining Social Thinking to Kids, 2nd Edition (Storybook)
A multiple award winner! The social world is a big, complicated place that requires us to constantly figure out hidden rules in situations to help us make sense of how we are all interpreting and responding to each other’s actions and reactions. Expanded and revised, this award-winning 2nd edition storybook provides an all-new structured approach to observation, illustrations that reflect a broader range of inclusion and diversity in characters, and lessons for deeper learning. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately for full price. Digital version must be purchased separately—only on Apple Books and Google Play (not printable).

You Are a Social Detective! Teaching Curriculum & Support Guide
You Are a Social Detective! Teaching Curriculum and Support Guide is just the tool you need to bring this important social emotional learning (SEL) into the classroom. Help your students become Social Detectives with this easy-to-use curriculum that fits into your current teaching day. This curriculum provides 10 structured lesson plans and visual tools to support building students’ social attention, social interpretation, and self-awareness—the foundation for social emotional learning for everyone. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately for full price. Digital version must be purchased separately—only on Apple Books and Google Play (not printable).

Superflex 2nd Edition Kit: Curriculum, Storybook, and Visuals
New! Updated & Expanded

After You Are a Social Detective! students are ready to learn how to activate their superpowers of flexibility, self-awareness, executive functions, self-regulation, and more with lessons from the Superflex Academy. This eagerly awaited new edition of the bestselling Superflex® Curriculum package has undergone extensive updates and changes to now feature inclusive images, neurodiversity-friendly language, new Superflexes, revised Thinkable & UnthinkaBot characters, Bot powers, visual supports, and much more. The revised curriculum provides a structured teaching approach with 25 evidence-informed, interactive quests (lessons) and a step-by-step guide for how to introduce each lesson, ideas for what to say and do & downloadable resources. The Visuals Pack contains quick-reference teaching tools for the 14 Thinkables and 14 UnthinkaBots. And the revised and updated storybook, Superflexes Take on Rock Brain and the StuckBots introduces kids to the pretend realm of Social Town and the UnthinkaBots (also called Unthinkables). BONUS digital content: Each lesson includes access to a teaching PowerPoint to bring the characters and concepts to life and increase student engagement and participation.

Note: The idea of teaching social concepts via the lens of a social superhero and imaginary characters was inspired by ideas from, and developed alongside, Neurodivergent students. However, the curriculum and storybooks are designed to empower all neurotypes to learn strategies to activate their Superflex powers and transform themselves into their own unique superhero. A good choice for both schools and clinics. Buy it at a discount as part of the bundle, or separately at full price.

Social Thinking and Me (two-book set)
Our best-selling curriculum for children ages 9-12, The Kids’ Guidebook introduces select Social Thinking Vocabulary through colorful illustrations and easy-to-understand content. This award-winning two-book set provides the teaching tools to break down complex social concepts to make it easier for interventionists to teach and for students to learn. Thinksheets for Social Emotional Learning includes multiple mini lessons for in-depth exploration of each chapter of The Kids’ Guidebook to help build social learners’ metacognitive awareness and develop practical strategies. Kids enjoy becoming stronger social observers and problem solvers. A natural fit for school, clinic, and home. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately for full price.

Should I? or Shouldn't I? Revised Elementary Edition
Motivate students ages 8-12 to explore social expectations and consider how they perceive, interpret, and emotionally respond to others’ actions and reactions. Use the cards to explore and discuss group expectations across a wide variety of social situations. Teachers, clinicians, and parents can gain information about which social concepts might need deeper teaching. This game leads to greater self-awareness and builds upon social competencies when players talk to each other about their shared social expectations! It also makes thinking and talking about social situations fun and allows kids to explore their own thoughts, perspectives, and behavior choices within a safe and consequences-free environment. Buy the game as part of the bundle, or separately for full price.

Should I? or Shouldn't I? Elementary School Edition Expansion Pack
Triple your students’ fun and social emotional learning with this expansion pack featuring 200 new prompt cards and 100 new challenge cards that extend play with fresh, age-specific situations and topics. This product is an add-on to the original game Should I or Shouldn’t I? What Would Others Think?™ Elementary Edition for kids ages 8-12. Students love playing this game so much they requested more cards—and we listened! Buy the expansion pack as part of the bundle, or separately for full price.

Growing Friendships: A Kids’ Guide to Making and Keeping Friends
Friendship is complicated for kids. Children everywhere want to be liked, fit in with a group, and be good at sports—but most kids struggle at times. This practical, research-based friendship guide has plenty of true-to-life examples presented through more than 200 lighthearted cartoons that make learning fun for kids. With this book, children learn strategies to help them build meaningful friendships and navigate the challenges that come up along the way. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately for full price.

Growing Feelings: A Kids' Guide to Dealing with Emotions about Friends and Other Kids
Children’s biggest emotions often come up about friends and other kids. This entertaining and empowering book addresses a wide range of feelings children have about friends and other kids, including worry, guilt, jealousy, compassion, and gratitude. Through relatable cartoon stories, practical, research-based coping strategies, plus silly commentary from a cat and dog who have their own (questionable) ideas about what might help, kids get a hands-on approach that they can put into practice. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately at full price.

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