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About Faces: the Card Game Where You Match Faces and Feelings. Childswork/Childsplay, $27.50 (ages 4 & up)

Recognizing the feelings of others is a vital skill for all social interaction. Although words, tone of voice, and gestures are also important, the most reliable way to learn the feelings of others is through observing facial expressions. Many children, including those on the autism spectrum, have trouble “reading” facial expressions through observation. The ABOUT FACES CARD GAME includes 52 cards with faces representing thirteen different feelings. By practicing matching the feelings and the faces, children learn to read facial expressions, which is a critical social interaction skill. There are several ways to play the ABOUT FACES CARD GAME to help children recognize, express, and explore their feelings and the feelings of others.


About Faces Workbook. Andrea Chorney, illustrated by David Darchicourt, $27.95 (Ages 4 & up)

Recognizing the feelings of others is a vital skill for all social interaction. Although words, tone of voice, and gestures are also important, the most reliable way to learn the feelings of others is through observing facial expressions. Many children, including those on the autism spectrum, have trouble “reading” feelings from observing facial expressions. The ABOUT FACES WORKBOOK contains 52 images of faces. Each face is followed by a quotation representing the feeling expressed and open-ended questions to help children link expressions and feelings. The workbook helps children recognize, express, and explore their feelings and the feelings of others.

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The ASD Zoo of Kalamazoo. Josie Santomauro, $22.50

AAPC’s latest release, The ASD Zoo of Kalamazoo, is an illustrated, rhyming children’s book that connects the characteristics of various zoo animals to the major social skills characteristics of children with autism spectrum disorder. The book demonstrates how some animals exhibit specific characteristics, eccentric behaviors and special needs. The book capitalizes on their strengths.

The goal of this book is for children to recognize their characteristics and learn how to capitalize on them or adapt for greater success in the social realm. This resource can be used with children and their peers to talk openly about diagnosis, challenges and differences, read by them or with an adult. Professionals can also use the resource in schools or clinics.


Autism: What Does It Mean to Me? : A Workbook Explaining Self Awareness and Life Lessons to the Child or Youth with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s. Catherine Faherty, $44.95

This is a book that will never become irrelevant or "outdated." Every child or teen who uses it also becomes its co-author. Each chapter is divided in two parts: the first part — the Workbook — is for the child to complete, by writing or highlighting "What is True for Me" in lists of simple statements. The second part contains helpful tips and information for the adults helping with the exercises.

The book will provide insight into your child's mind, and make him/her more self aware, learning what autism means in relation to crucial areas of his/her life: friendships, fears, abilities, and much more. This new edition to a favorite resource includes expanded chapters, plus a new chapter on happiness. It offers children and youth with autism and Asperger's syndrome an opportunity to understand themselves in a positive and encouraging way.

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Be a Friend: Songs for Social Skills Training CD. Jed Baker & Jeffrey Friedberg, $17.95

16 fun songs that teach kids about making and maintaining friendships. Kids 2-9 years old enjoy learning from these songs — but older kids (and some adults) may also find them helpful. 


Building Blocks of Social Development for Young Children – Poster. $12.95

For parents and professionals. The Building Blocks of Social Development poster is a companion product to the Social Thinking® early learner curriculum The Incredible Flexible You™. It shows the developmental building blocks that synergistically work together and result in a fully functional and flexible, kindergarten-ready child who possesses the social problem-solving skills needed to play with others and learn in a group. Excellent tool during IEP/treatment meetings and staff discussions to guide a deeper understanding of the social learning process in young children.


Caring for Myself: a Social Skills Storybook. Christy Gast & Jane Krug, $25.95

CARING FOR MYSELFis an entertaining and educational social skills storybook that will help children with ASDs to understand the importance of taking care of their bodies. Fully illustrated with colour photographs, it sets out fun, simple steps that explain what caring for yourself actually involves — how you can do it, where it is done and why it is important.

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Communication: What Does It Mean to Me? Catherine Faherty, $21.95  

Life can be incredibly frustrating for individuals who cannot effectively communicate their thoughts or needs. This unique, user-friendly "Contract for Communication" features easy-to-follow “agreements” for both young people on the spectrum and the adults in their lives — parents, teachers, therapists — so they can better understand one another!

By following Catherine Faherty's straightforward guidelines, and using the provided agreements, both children and adults can keep miscommunication and misunderstandings to a minimum. Includes a FREE CD of printable agreements.


The Conversation Train: a Visual Approach to Conversation for Children on the Autism Spectrum. Joel Shaul, $29.95

This inventive color picture book uses the metaphor of a train to teach basic conventions of conversation to children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Locomotives are like greetings; they get the train going. Train cars are like different speakers' turns; it is good to have at least a few when you are in conversation. A switch track is like a tactful change in the topic of conversation. When a conversation veers off-topic it is like a derailed train.

As well as attractive color photographs of trains, the book contains engaging photocopiable worksheets and coloring pages to help promote skill generalization. This highly visual approach to conversation is ideally suited to children with ASDs aged approximately 5-13.

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Face Your Feelings! A Book to Help Children Learn About Feelings. Lawrence Shapiro, $18.95

Simple text and black and white photographs help children learn to recognize how feelings are revealed in facial expressions.


Feelings FLASHCARDS. Todd Parr, $21.99

A great way for kids to share — and learn about — all kinds of emotions.


Figure Me Out Board Game: a Game to Help Children Learn about Others. Childs Work/Childs Play, $79.95 (ages 6-12)

This develops social skills by helping children learn to gather information about others and share information about themselves. Children take turns assuming the role of a reporter, getting to the bottom of a story by using Who, What, When, Where, and How questions to figure out what another player is thinking. These conversational skills are used to teach children how to begin and maintain an interesting conversation. A variety of topics (a hobby that interests me, a movie I saw recently, my favorite season, etc.) are used to generate ideas, or stories, for the players to figure out. The object of the game is to complete a full circuit of the game board and file your story by the deadline. Designed for children with Asperger Syndrome in mind.

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Friendly Facts: a Fun, Interactive Resource to Help Children Explore the Complexities of Friends and Friendship. Margaret-Anne Carter & Josie Santomauro, $28.50 (ages 7-11)

Making and keeping friends doesn't come easily for some children. Many children need to be taught a range of strategies directed at expanding their social understanding skills, such as reading facial expressions and body language. Friendly Facts, an interactive workbook aimed at children ages 7-11, addresses these challenges by breaking down the complex concept of making friends into simpler ideas. Through fun, engaging activities, children gain real-life knowledge of the major "secrets" of making and keeping friends. By gaining the foundation for making and keeping friends at a crucial age, children are better prepared for successfully interacting with others for the rest of their lives.


Getting from Me to We: How to Help Young Children Fit In and Make Friends. Shonna Tuck, $35.95

Many children age seven and under struggle with social skills and often find themselves perpetually on the sidelines, in time-out, or ignored by their peers in school and on the playground. It's incredibly painful and worrisome for their parents to witness, but fortunately, they are not powerless to help their kids improve their social IQ. Getting from Me to We helps parents understand the roots of these problems, which take hold at a very young age, and give their kids the foundational skills necessary to form connections and friendships with other children. The book explains how parents can teach their children social observing skills at an early stage in their development and identify:

  • Where their child is on the social skills ladder
  • How to set goals to fill in those gaps
  • How and when to support their child during play
  • How to identify play behaviors that hinder or help
  • How to model good social skills and cues

Written by a speech-language pathologist and researcher with expertise in socially at risk kids, the book includes profiles of children who illustrate a wide variety of characteristics and behaviors that lead to social isolation, along with effective, well-designed activities that encourage joint attention, eye contact, and social interaction. Getting from Me to We is useful for children who have social skill delays without a formal diagnosis, as well as children with autism, ADHD, anxiety, or language delays. 

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The Hidden Curriculum and Other Everyday Challenges for Elementary-Age Children with High-Functioning Autism. Haley Morgan Myles & Annelise Kolar, $20.95

In this 2nd expanded edition, previously entitled PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO EVERYDAY CHALLENGES FOR CHILDREN WITH ASPERGER SYNDROME, young authors Haley Myles and Annellise Kolar give simple, no-nonsense advice on how to handle everyday occurrences that can be challenging for children on the autism spectrum. This reader-friendly book provides social rules that help children with peer relationships, school and everyday activities. New hidden curriculum tips, including tips on Internet safety, provide children essential social rules for succeeding in an ever-changing interactive world.


Hidden Rules in the Classroom Card Game: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $34.50 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules in the Community Card Game: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $33.95 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules with Friends Card Game: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $33.95 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $34.50 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules (or Hidden Curriculum) is a term used to describe unwritten social rules and behaviors that most of us seem to know without ever being taught, such as respecting those in a position of authority, acknowledging others' personal space, speaking at an appropriate volume, paying attention to body language, and more. These fun card games will help children learn and practice 40 hidden rules in classroom situations. 2-8 players


How Do You Feel? A Facial Expression Puzzle Game. $14.95 (ages 3 and up)

How is the child in the photo feeling? Search and find the pieces to show the same expression! Not only will this game increase visual discrimination skills, it is a great tool for talking about feelings. How Do You Feel can be enjoyed as a solitary matching activity or played as a game with two to five children.

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How to Find Your Groove: Conversation Skills and Other Tips for Surviving the Social World. Laura Cornish, $33.50

Kids who struggle with social skills love the pictured scenarios of the colorful characters in this book. Conversation skills, emotional awareness & control, assertiveness training, and basic social skills are presented in a cartoon style, using theory of mind techniques. Simple worksheets can be copied for individual use.


Inclusion, Play and Empathy: Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups. Edited by Susan Hart, $40.95

Contributions from early childhood educators, teachers, psychologists, music therapists, occupational therapists, and psychotherapists highlight the crucial role that early relationships and interactions in group settings play in the development of children's personal, emotional and social skills.

The book features the latest research and methods for successfully encouraging the development of these skills in groups of children aged 4-12. It explores how play within children's groups can be facilitated in order to foster emotional and empathic capacities, how to overcome common challenges to inclusion in schools and introduces practical, creative approaches to cultivating a sense of unity and team spirit in children's groups.


It's Raining Cats and Dogs: an Autism Spectrum Guide to the Confusing World of Idioms, Metaphors and Everyday Expressions. Michael Barton, $17.95

It's the beginning of a new year at school. Katie is in grade four now and is picked to be a helper in Mr. Appleton's class — helping kids with special needs. As Katie searches for ways to reach Michael, a boy with autism, she comes to a new understanding of what friendship means.


Learning About Friendship: Stories to Support Social Skills Training in Children with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism. K. I. Al-Ghani, $22.95

Making friends can be a challenge for all children, but those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) can struggle more than most. This collection of ten fully-illustrated stories explores friendship issues encountered by children with ASD aged four to eight and looks at how they can be overcome successfully. Each story has a separate introduction for adults, which explains the main strategies within it.

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The Model Me Kids Video Series for Modeling Social Skills DVDs

THE MODEL ME KIDS VIDEO SERIES FOR MODELING SOCIAL SKILLS was created for children and youth with autism, Asperger syndrome, nonverbal learning disorders, social anxiety, learning disabilities and other developmental delays. The DVDs demonstrate a wide variety of social skills and are great teaching tools for visual learners.

MODEL ME KIDS TEACHING MANUALS AND STUDENT WORKBOOKS complement the video modeling DVDs and help extend the lessons taught in the live-action DVDs. These resources help teach social skills at home, in a classroom, social skills group, or other teaching setting. The Teaching Manual comes complete with lesson plans and the Student Workbook has numerous social skills worksheets and activities. Sold separately from the DVDs.

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Model Me Kids® Autism Training Workshops

Model Me Kids® now offers professional training workshops. Schedule an in-service workshop for your school, designed to teach staff how to implement social skills training for children with autism using video modeling. For more information, or to schedule a training workshop, please contact: info@modelmekids.com

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Model Me Interactive™: Practicing Conversation CD-ROM, $71.95 (Ages 7-13)

MODEL ME INTERACTIVE™: PRACTICING CONVERSATION combines video modeling teaching tools with the interactive capability of software. First, video models a conversation between children. Then, the student practices the conversation using a webcam. The practice conversation is recorded and a feedback area allows teachers to comment on and grade a student's recordings.

The interactive conversation can be prompted with text or this feature may be turned off once the user becomes familiar with the lines. The text prompts may be changed by the user for an endless number of possible responses to the conversation prompts. The software is intuitive and easy to use. Clear text buttons allow for navigation by young users.

Ages 15 to 21:

Model Me Job Skills. Watch as young adults model social skills helpful for gaining and maintaining employment — from interviews and greetings, to understanding rules and workplace expectations. The DVD comes with bonus software that combines video modeling teaching tools with the interactive capability of software, allowing a student to practice a conversation using a webcam. DVD, $47.95 (80 minutes)

Ages 9 to 17:

Model Me Confidence & Bullying Prevention. Modelling skills to prevent bullying and build self-esteem. DVD, $42.95 (63 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Conversation Cues. Modelling conversation skills. DVD, $40.95 (68 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Friendship. Modelling how to initiate and maintain friendships. DVD, $42.95 (75 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Movement, Balance & Calming. Movement activities developed by an Occupational Therapist to improve balance, increase core strength, and promote self-calming.  DVD, $42.95 (60 minutes)

Model Me Organization & Motivation. Modelling skills for staying organized and persisting. DVD, $45.00 (63 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Tips and Tricks. Demonstrating social skills tips and tricks. DVD, $42.95 (67 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Yoga demonstrates yoga activities that promote the social and emotional development of children ages 7-17. Developed to help address challenges with attention, Autism Spectrum Disorders, social skills, self-regulation, learning, and low muscle tone, this DVD can be used in classrooms, camps, and other group settings as well as in-home.  DVD, $42.95 (153 minutes)

Ages 5 to 12:

Model Me I Can Do It! Presents social skills in the context of challenging circumstances. It features elementary school-aged children demonstrating appropriate behavior in a variety of difficult situations. DVD, $42.95 (53 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $104.95; 5 Student Workbooks $104.95

Model Me Time for a Playdate. Presents social skills in the context of several playmates. It features elementary school-aged children demonstrating appropriate social skills on a playdate. DVD, $40.95 (67 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Time for School. Presents social skills in the context of school. It features elementary school-aged children demonstrating appropriate social skills in the classroom, library, on the playground, and in the hallway. DVD, $40.95 (61 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Ages 3 to 14:

Model Me Airplane. Presents the essential elements of air travel. Follow Owen as he goes through the airport, security, and boarding. Then join him on the plane as he listens to the flight attendant, buckles his seatbelt, and enjoys the plane ride. DVD, $35.95 (50 minutes)

Ages 2 to 8:

Model Me Faces and Emotions. Watch as young children demonstrate a wide range of faces and emotions. This is a great teaching tool for visual learners. DVD, $35.95 (27 minutes)

Model Me Going Places. Models appropriate behavior in community locations including the hairdresser, grocery store, dentist, doctor, mall, and more. DVD, $35.95 (42 minutes)

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Model Me Training: Practical Strategies for Using Video Modeling for Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism. Elizabeth Delsandro & Jennifer Cerbasi, $40.95 (2 DVD set)

This workshop examines video modeling as an evidence-based method of improving social skills in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children with ASD often have social skills deficits that interfere with success. Video modeling has been found to be an efficient and effective method of teaching social skills to children with ASD. This DVD workshop addresses how to implement a video modeling program, pairing video modeling with other social skills training approaches, and strategies for generalization of skills.

This recorded video of our live professional training workshop is for teachers, therapists, paraprofessionals, speech language pathologists, and Autism service providers. Run Time: DVD 1 approx. 83 minutes, DVD 2 approx. 64 minutes


My New School: a Workbook to Help Students Transition to a New School. Melissa Trautman, $21.95

Venturing into the unknown can be scary and when it comes to changing schools, it helps to have a plan. This workbook is a practical guide that will ease the transition and help you to make new friends.

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Off We Go to the Dentist.  Avril Webster, $11.50
Off We Go for a Haircut.  Avril Webster, $11.50
Off We Go to the Grocery Store.  Avril Webster, $11.50

These simple social stories provide young children with the language to self-soothe as they embark on different, often overwhelming, outings.


Our Brains are Like Computers: Exploring Social Skills and Social Cause and Effect with Children on the Autism Spectrum. Joel Shaul, $27.95 (age 8++)

This highly visual social skills book uses computer metaphors and visual diagrams to help children on the autism spectrum to understand how their words and actions can affect other people. Easily identifiable computing and social networking metaphors are used to explain how memories are saved in the brain, like files in computer folders, and how, just as files can be shared and downloaded on the internet, people learn about you by sharing their positive and negative impressions with each other. The author explains why certain actions may be 'liked' or 'disliked' by others, and offers guidance on appropriate and inappropriate social behavior.

This book also features photocopiable worksheets to reinforce the guidance and lessons offered in the book.

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Photo Social Stories: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Photo Social Stories about Kids in School: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Mike Canavan & Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Photo Social Stories about Kids in the Community: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Mike Canavan & Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Photo Social Stories about Kids and Their Families: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Mike Canavan & Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Simple stories, illustrated with photographs, teach children how they are expected to behave in typical social situations. Each story is followed with highlights and interactive questions.


Quinn at School: Relating, Connecting and Responding at School, a Book for Children Ages 3-7. Rick Warren, $22.50

Meet Quinn — an irresistible young child who is trying to learn the "ropes" of social interactions at school. Colorful illustrations, interactive activities and a fun poster make this educational tool more than just a good story!

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Should I or Shouldn't I? A Game to Encourage Social Thinking and Social Problem Solving. Dominique Baudry, $34.95 (Elementary School Edition)

SHOULD I OR SHOULDN’T I — ELEMENTARY EDITION is a fun way for children to explore a variety of social behaviors from other people’s perspectives. Players think about their own responses to various situations posed on Prompt and Challenge cards, rate them on a 5-point scale, and then learn how their choices match up (or don’t) with those of the other players. Questions address a wide variety of age-related situations at school, at home, at a friend’s home, and in community settings.


Should I or Shouldn't I? Elementary School Edition Expansion Pack. Dominique Baudry, $24.50

Double your playing fun with the Should I or Shouldn't I? Expansion Packs! This product is an add-on to the original Should I or Shouldn’t I™ games. In the game, players ages rate a behavior in a particular context on a scale based on whether the behavior was expected or not, and then compare how their perceptions match (or don’t) to those of the other players. Teachers, clinicians, and families have been playing this game so often that they've gone through all the playing cards and have been asking for more. Well — we listened!

 

 

Social Rules for Kids: the Top 100 Social Rules Kids Need to Succeed. Susan Diamond, $27.50 (ages 7-14)

Many parents are not sure of what to say and do to help their children improve their social interactions. Social Rules for Kids helps open the door of communication between parent and child by addressing 100 social rules for home, school, and the community. Using simple, easy-to-follow rules covering topics such as body language, manners, feelings and more, this book aims to make students' lives easier and more successful by outlining specific ways to interact with others on a daily basis.

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The Social Skills Picture Book: Teaching Play, Emotion, and Communication to Children with Autism. Jed Baker, $51.95

Using photographs with speech balloons, and "social stories" style prompts, Jed Baker has created a "…dynamic teaching tool that engages the attention and motivation of students who need a little extra help learning appropriate social skills…" Part one includes discussion of the importance of visual supports, an overview of social skills teaching methods…discrete trial, incidental teaching, cognitive picture rehearsal, social stories, structured learning…and instructions on creating your own social skills picture stories. Part two is subdivided into communication-related skills, play-related skills and emotion-related skills. Over 200 pages.


Social Thinking® Social Learning Tree – Poster. $13.75

Teaching individuals to be better social thinkers requires us to start our teaching at the foundation level and build up from there. Our Social Thinking Social Learning Tree poster visually explores the social learning process and is a reminder of how social skills start from a root system that is built upon social thinking and social problem solving.


Social Town Citizens Discover 82 New Unthinkables for Superflex® to Outsmart! Introducing Superflex’s Very Cool Five-Step Power Plan and the Unthinkables©. Stephanie Madrigal, Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, $52.95 (includes CD-ROM for handouts)

This latest edition in the Superflex® series is a compilation work that introduces 82 new Unthinkables and 14 new Thinkables submitted by Social Town citizens of all ages. Unthinkables and Thinkables are grouped by theme/category for easy reference by student or adult, and each entry includes the character’s power, related information about its characteristics, and strategies to defeat the Unthinkable or bolster a Thinkable's help. The focal point of the book is a brand new teaching strategy developed by Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner called Superflex’s Very Cool Five-Step Power Plan. It provides students with even more tools to strengthen their social processing.

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Superflex: My Hero Inside (Music CD). Think Social Publishing Inc., $21.50

Sing your Unthinkables to rest with these 13 fun, catchy, and educational songs that support children's social emotional learning as taught through the Superflex curriculum! Each song is an upbeat combination of music and lyrics that can help kids learn more about Social Town, the sneaky Unthinkables, and training at the Superflex Academy to help them seek their "Hero Inside". Music and lyrics are based on the concepts and characters in the original Superflex curriculum created by Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner.


Superflex® Superdecks. Think Social Publishing, $57.95 (ages 8-11)

Kids love Superflex and are eager to explore new ways to learn about the supportive Thinkables, the sneaky Unthinkables and discover new strategies to defeat them, using Superflex’s very cool Five-Step Power Plan. The Superflex Superdecks contains four standard playing card size decks, 52 cards each, that can be used in all sorts of superflexible ways to help you teach the who, what, when, where, and why of Superflex. Each deck comes with a game, instructions, and answer sheet. Additional games and activities are available in a free PDF download, along with blank templates to create your own cards to expand and individualize each deck to your students’ needs


Superflex® … a Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum. Stephanie Madrigal & Michelle Garcia Winner, $74.95

Superflex®… a Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum provides educators, parents and therapists fun and motivating ways to teach students with Asperger Syndrome, high-functioning autism, ADHD and other diagnosed and undiagnosed social difficulties how to build social thinking skills. Superflex combines a book, comic book and CD to create a curriculum that develops in each student's brain their own superheroic thinking processes that can overcome the challenges in different social situations that arrive across the school and home day.

The curriculum works best with elementary school children (grades K-5) as well as with immature older students who respond to visual books. The curriculum package includes the Superflex curriculum, the storybook Superflex Takes on Rock Brain and the Team of Unthinkables and a CD of all the worksheets and handouts to allow for easy printing of the colorful and engaging materials for your lessons.

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Superflex® Takes on Brain Eater and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Michele Garcia Winner, $36.95 (includes CD-ROM with handouts)

SUPERFLEX TAKES ON BRAIN EATER focuses on one of the social cognitive challenges we see most often in our students — distractibility! The engaging comic book (and CD with lessons) is the third in our Superflex series designed to help children learn more about their own social behavior and strategies to regulate it!


Superflex® Takes on Glassman and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Michele Garcia Winner, $34.95

SUPERFLEX TAKES ON GLASSMAN shows elementary school students how they can use strategies to conquer their own “Team of Unthinkables”. In the process, students learn to calm themselves and to use strategies to assess the size of problems and other issues. As students face Glassman and other Unthinkables, they build up and learn to flex nimble, new thinking skills that help them manage and work on the thoughts and behaviors that may be causing them problems.

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Superflex® Takes on One-Sided Sid, Un-Wonderer and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Kelly Kopp, $35.95 (includes CD-ROM with handouts)


Superflexible Me! Superflex Cape. $28.95

Defeat those clever Unthinkables in style, and discover your hero inside! The Superflexible Me! Superflex Cape provides a fun way to help kids remember to use their superflexible thinking anytime, anywhere and call upon the strategies they’re learning about in Superflex…A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum.

Superflex is the superflexible thinking superhero that lives inside each of us and helps us work through our social challenges. The “Superflexible Me!” message reinforces the idea that while we know and love Aiden, the Superflex in our product series, each and every one of us has a Superflexible hero inside!

  • One-size-fits most kids
  • Measures 22" long
  • Velcro easy-off collar closure
  • 100% satin polyester

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The Survival Guide for Making and Being Friends. James Crist, $19.99 (ages 8-13)

Whether kids find socializing as natural as smiling or as hard as learning a foreign language, this book can help them improve their social skills so they can better enjoy the benefits of friendship. Practical advice covers everything from breaking the ice to developing friendships to overcoming problems. True-to-life vignettes, “what would you do?” scenarios, voluminous examples, quizzes to test learning, “Try This” assignments for practicing techniques, and advice from real kids make this an accessible life-skills handbook.


Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck. Think Social Publishing, $28.95 (ages 8-11)

The Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck is the superflexible teaching tool you asked for to use with individuals who are learning about or have already been introduced to Superflex, the 14 original Unthinkables, and the newer characters, the Thinkables (first mentioned in the book, Social Town Citizens Discover 82 New Unthinkables for Superflex to Outsmart.

  • 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 has mostly put an Unthinkable to rest
  • Use an Unthinkable card as a visual tool to remind a student to use his/her strategies when one of those clever, sneaky characters is invading the student’s brain
  • Pick an Unthinkable or Thinkable and play “I Spy…” where students use their Social Detective skills to look for that character showing up in themselves or others in the group, the classroom, or the school
  • The possibilities are endless, limited only by your imagination and your own superflexible thinking!

Too Close, Too Far, Just Right: a Game about Personal Space. Sandra Singer, $50.95 (ages 5-12)

Many kids, especially those with ADHD, autism, or Asperger’s, are unaware of the socially accepted physical boundaries that most of us take for granted. This game helps them learn what’s “too close,” “too far,” or “just right” in various social situations. Children take turns performing social scenarios described on Role Play Cards, and then the group decides whether their proximity to each other is appropriate for the particular situation. Players learn that standing too close or too far away can make people feel uncomfortable or confused in certain circumstances. Focused and fun, this game is a gentle way to help kids grasp the idea of personal space and thereby improve their relationships. For 4 to 8 players or teams, with a teacher or therapist.

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Trainman: Gaining Acceptance and Friends through Special Interests. Stefan & Barbara kavan, illustrated by Michaelin Otis, $19.95 (includes a foreword and teaching ideas by Kari Dunn Buron)

Intense, all-consuming interest in a special topic is one of the core characteristics of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. While often viewed as a barrier to social interactions with others, special interests can be "turned around" and become a strength, resulting in very positive social outcomes, even friendships. Beyond the potential for friendships, special interests have also been found to increase self-esteem and success in academic areas.

In this warmly illustrated children's book, we meet Stefan, who has a deep interest in trains, roads, and maps. At first, Stefan's near-exclusive interest in transportation-related topics isolated him from other kids, but his parents and teachers helped turn his unique talents into an asset. His classmates now respect Stefan for his vast knowledge and have come to recognize that he is more like them than different. This book is an ideal addition to any autism awareness program at the elementary level.


Understanding Emotions. $14.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")

A superb quality photograph on the front of each card teaches a child to label emotions. The back of each card teaches a child how these emotions feel and when they could occur. This convenient ring set keeps the cards intact and is the perfect size to carry around. Cards can easily be removed from the ring to provide multiple learning options. Emotions in the set include happy, sad, angry, frustrated, excited and many more.

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We Thinkers! Volume 1 Social Explorers. Ryan Hendrix, Kari Zweber Palmer, Nancy Tarshis, Michelle Garcia Winner, $151.95

We Thinkers! Volume 1 Social Explorers is an engaging Social Thinking educational series that combines a social learning framework with music and dramatic play activities that will appeal to early learners. Play is the learning environment of young children, and this curriculum capitalizes on this idea! The We Thinkers! Volume 1 Social Explorers Deluxe Set includes the five storybook set, curriculum book, The Incredible Flexible You music CD, and a free tote bag.

Note: Due to some confusion caused by use of the word "flexible" in the names of many of our products, The Incredible Flexible You series name has changed to We Thinkers!  There will be no content change in Volume 1, only a name change. As the components in Volume 1 are reprinted (Storybooks 1-5, curriculum book, and tote bag), we will be updating them with the new We Thinkers! name. In the interim, our Volume 1 Deluxe Package may contain products with the two series' name on them.


We Thinkers! Volume 2 Social Problem Solvers: a Social Thinking® Curriculum for the Preschool and Early Elementary Years. Ryan Hendrix, Kari Zweber Palmer, Nancy Tarshis, Michelle Garcia Winner, $223.95

Social executive functioning is a tall order for our early learners, especially for kids with social emotional learning challenges. We Thinkers! Volume 2: Social Problem Solvers delves deeper into the social clues for sharing space, interacting with others, and regulating emotions. Social executive functioning is used in the classroom when sitting in a group to learn, it’s used when running onto the playground to play with others, and kids use it to figure out how to join a play group that’s pretending to be pirates. It involves surveying a social situation, understanding what the group is doing, considering others’ ideas, having enough flexibility (in thoughts and behavior) to ride out the shifts and changes that may occur, negotiating roles, turns, or positions, and self-regulating to keep emotions, actions and reactions under control when problems arise.

We Thinkers! breaks down these complex concepts into smaller, teachable segments that kids can understand and presents them in an organized curriculum from which adults can teach in a step-by-step manner.  Excellent teaching curriculum for all students in a mainstream setting and with deeper lessons geared to students with social learning challenges.

  • We Thinkers! curriculum
  • Five paperback, full-color storybooks
  • We Thinkers! GPS Book (Group Collaboration, Play and Problem Solving)
  • USB Drive containing core teaching materials from the curriculum and the GPS book
  • Tote bag

 

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What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? An Illustrated Guide to Understanding Metaphors. Jude Welton & Jane Telford, $25.95

Children with autism or Asperger Syndrome (AS) have difficulty understanding figurative language because they use and comprehend language literally and expect words to mean exactly what they say. This can often lead to misunderstandings at home and in the classroom.

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? looks at a hundred of the most common figures of speech in this visual workbook designed as a springboard for family and classroom discussions. Each figure of speech is accompanied by an illustration showing its literal meaning, which will help AS children recognize and learn to enjoy metaphors and figurative language. The book can be used by parents one-to-one with their ASD child. Teachers can also use the book as the basis for classroom work on figurative language.

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? 120 Illustrated Metaphor Cards Plus Booklet with Information, Ideas and Instructions. Jude Welton & Jane Telford, $46.95

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? metaphor cards present 60 common sayings in a fun, illustrated format, encouraging children to understand and play with metaphorical language. Although designed with children with Asperger Syndrome in mind, the cards are useful for all children. The accompanying booklet contains information and ideas for games and activities.


What is Friendship? Games and Activities to Help Children to Understand Friendship. Pamela Day, $31.95

Friendship is a vital part of achieving emotional well-being, but some children experience difficulties both initiating and maintaining friendships. This fun and accessible programme contains detailed instructions and photocopiable handouts for teaching children about friendship. The book combines group activities, individual work, homework exercises and games, and will be especially useful for groups containing children with developmental and social difficulties, such as ADHD and autism. Developed in an inclusive classroom, this programme will arm children with useful strategies to deal with difficult situations such as negative peer pressure and conflict.

What is Friendship is ideally suited for use with children aged 7-11, but can be adapted for younger children or older children with developmental difficulties.


What is a Thought? A Thought is a Lot! Amy Kahofer & Jack Pranksy, $30.95 Grades K-5 5

This poetic and engaging book introduces children to the amazing, creative power within us all: thought. It is not a book about changing thoughts or changing behaviors, but rather a story to help children (and adults!) see how their own thinking creates their lives, moment to moment, day to day.

Wonderfully illustrated, this children's book not only introduces young readers to the concept of thought but also the amazing power of their own thoughts. Authors Amy Kahofer and noted prevention specialist Jack Pransky tell a simple yet profound message: that our thinking creates our feelings and behavior, and when our minds are calm we have access to natural wisdom and healthy feelings.

Lesson plans and activities on the enclosed CD-ROM transform a story into a teaching tool that can be used with regular and special education students alike to explore social thinking concepts such as perspective taking, abstract language, empathy and human relatedness.

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Whole Body Listening Larry at Home, 2nd Edition. Kristen Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter, $28.95

Whole Body Listening Larry at School, 2nd Edition. Kristen Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter, $28.95

These colorfully illustrated storybooks provide fun ways to teach children an abstract but essential idea — that their eyes, hands, brains — their whole bodies! — communicate and affect the people around them. Being a good listener means much more than just hearing what is said with the ears. It is important to break down ALL of the components of listening for your child. Parents, teachers and therapists can use these books to teach this challenging concept at home, at school, in the car, with friends, with grandparents — and a number of other very recognizable situations.


Why Do I Have To? A Book for Children Who Find Themselves Frustrated by Everyday Rules. Laurie Leventhal-Belfer, Illustrated by Luisa Montaini-Klovdahl, $13.95

Why do I have to? looks at a set of everyday situations that provide challenges for children at home, with their friends, and at school. Laurie Leventhal-Belfer empathizes with children's wish to do things their way, explains clearly why their way does not work, and provides a list of practical suggestions for how to cope with these challenges and avoid feelings of frustration.

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You Are a Social Detective: Explaining Social Thinking to Kids. Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, Illustrated by Kelly Knopp, $31.95

Every one of us is a Social Detective. We are good Social Detectives when we use our eyes, ears, and brains to figure out what others are planning to do next or are presently doing and what they mean by their words and deeds. This entertaining comic book offers different ways that can be reviewed repeatedly with students to teach them how to develop their own social detective skills. Enjoy watching your students and kids blossom day-by-day into successful Social Detectives!


You Are a Social Detective: Bridging the Gap Between Social Struggles & Social Success! USB Flash Drive. Social Skill Builder & Social Thinking Publishing, $121.95 (ages 7-12)

Developed in collaboration with Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke, and based on their book You Are a Social Detective, this interactive USB Flash Drive teaches school-aged children to become better social thinkers. By putting on their detective hats and deciphering expected and unexpected social behavior, learning to make smart social guesses, and investigating social clues, children can learn to see how others people’s emotions and responses are connected to their own behavior. This exciting and fun learning tool motivates students to learn while having fun! Includes:

  • 6 interactive levels
  • Over 200 videos targeting a range of abilities
  • A fun and motivating reinforcement game
  • Automatic scoring to track student responses
  • Printout of Social Maps

The You & Me Workbook: a Book That Teaches Social Skills and Social Awareness. Lisa Schab, $36.95

Using simple activities, puzzles and games this workbook is designed to help children learn and practice the basic social skills needed to develop and maintain healthy relationships.

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Complete Booklist

About Faces: the Card Game Where You Match Faces and Feelings. Childswork/Childsplay, $27.50 (ages 4 & up)

About Faces Workbook. Andrea Chorney, illustrated by David Darchicourt, $27.95(Ages 4 & up)

Adam's Alternative Sports Day. Jude Welton, $22.95

The ASD Zoo of Kalamazoo. Josie Santomauro, $22.50

An Asperger Dictionary of Everyday Expressions, 2nd edition. Ian Stuart-Hamilton, $31.95

Autism: What Does It Mean to Me? : A Workbook Explaining Self Awareness and Life Lessons to the Child or Youth with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s. Catherine Faherty, $44.95

Be a Friend: Songs for Social Skills Training CD. Jed Baker & Jeffrey Friedberg, $17.95

Building Blocks of Social Development for Young Children – Poster. $12.95

Caring for Myself: a Social Skills Storybook. Christy Gast & Jane Krug, $25.95

The Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social Situations. Christopher McMaster, $51.95

Coloring Outside Autism's Lines: 50+ Activities, Adventures, and Celebrations for Families with Children with Autism. Susan Walton, $16.99

Communication: What Does It Mean to Me? Catherine Faherty, $21.95

The Conversation Train: a Visual Approach to Conversation for Children on the Autism Spectrum. Joel Shaul, $29.95

Early Intervention Games: Fun, Joyful Ways to Develop Social and Motor Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum or Sensory Processing Disorders. Barbara Sher, $19.95

Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Manage Anger. Tony Attwood, $26.50; Anxiety. $26.50

Face Your Feelings! A Book to Help Children Learn About Feelings. Lawrence Shapiro, $18.95

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Feelings FLASHCARDS. Todd Parr, $21.99

Figure Me Out Board Game: a Game to Help Children Learn about Others. Childs Work/Childs Play, $79.95 (ages 6-12)

Friendly Facts: a Fun, Interactive Resource to Help Children Explore the Complexities of Friends and Friendship. Margaret-Anne Carter & Josie Santomauro, $28.50

Getting from Me to We: How to Help Young Children Fit In and Make Friends. Shonna Tuck, $35.95

The Hidden Curriculum and Other Everyday Challenges for Elementary-Age Children with High-Functioning Autism. Haley Morgan Myles & Annelise Kolar, $20.95

Hidden Rules: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $34.50 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules in the Classroom Card Game: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $34.50 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules in the Community Card Game: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $33.95 (ages 6-12)

Hidden Rules with Friends Card Game: a Game That Teaches Everyday Social Skills. Lawrence Shapiro, $33.95 (ages 6-12)

How Do I Feel? An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions. Joan Green, $30.95

How Do You Feel? A Facial Expression Puzzle Game. $14.95 (ages 3 and up)

How to Find Your Groove: Conversation Skills and Other Tips for Surviving the Social World. Laura Cornish, $33.50

How to Teach Life Skills to Kids with Autism or Asperger's. Jennifer McIlwee Myers, $27.95

Inclusion, Play and Empathy: Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups. Edited by Susan Hart, $40.95

It's Raining Cats and Dogs: an Autism Spectrum Guide to the Confusing World of Idioms, Metaphors and Everyday Expressions. Michael Barton, $17.95

It's So Much Work to be Your Friend: Helping the Child with Learning Disabilities Find Social Success. Richard Lavoie, Book $22.00; DVD $52.95

Learning About Friendship: Stories to Support Social Skills Training in Children with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism. K.I. Al-Ghani, $22.95

Let's Make FacesGerard Emerson Langeler, $14.50

Look Mom! I Have Good Manners. Thinkeroo Studios, Elementary Social Skills. DVD, 30 minutes. $17.95 (5 & up)

Manners for the Real World: Basic Social Skills. Coulter Video, DVD, (43 minutes), $33.95

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Model Me Airplane. DVD, $35.95 (Ages 3-14)

Model Me Confidence & Bullying Prevention. DVD, $42.95(Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Conversation Cues DVD, $40.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Faces and Emotions DVD, $35.95 (Ages 2-8)

Model Me Friendship DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Going Places DVD, $35.95 (Ages 2-8)

Model Me I Can Do It! DVD, $42.95 (Ages 5-12); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $71.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $104.95; 5 Student Workbooks $104.95

Model Me Interactive Practicing Conversation CD-ROM, $71.95 (Ages 7-13)

Model Me Job Skills. DVD, $47.95 (Ages 15-21)

Model Me Movement DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17)

Model Me Organization & Motivation DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Time for School DVD, $40.95 (Ages 5-12)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Time for a Playdate DVD, $40.95 (Ages 5-12)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Tips and Tricks DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $72.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Training: Practical Strategies for Using Video Modeling for Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism. Elizabeth Delsandro & Jennifer Cerbasi, $40.95 (2 DVD set)

Model Me Yoga DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17; 153 minutes)

More Than Words: a Parent's Guide to Building Interaction and Language Skills for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Social Communication Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Fern Sussman, $54.00; DVD, $55.00

My Book Full of Feelings—How to Control and React to the Size of Your Emotions: an Interactive Workbook for Parents, Professionals & Children. Amy Jaffe & Luci Gardner, $38.95

My New School: a Workbook to Help Students Transition to a New School. Melissa Trautman, $21.95

My Social Stories Book. Carol Gray & Abbie Leigh White, $25.95

Off We Go to the Dentist. Avril Webster, $11.50
Off We Go for a Haircut. Avril Webster, $11.50
Off We Go to the Grocery Store. Avril Webster, $11.50

The One and Only Sam. Aileen Stalker, $22.95

Our Brains are Like Computers: Exploring Social Skills and Social Cause and Effect with Children on the Autism Spectrum. Joel Shaul, $27.95 (age 8++)

Peer Play and the Autism Spectrum: the Art of Guiding Children's Socialization & Imagination. Pamela Wolfberg, $54.95

Personal Hygiene? What's That Got to Do with Me? Pat Crissey, $25.95

Photo Social Stories: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Photo Social Stories about Kids in School: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Mike Canavan & Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Photo Social Stories about Kids in the Community: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Mike Canavan & Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Photo Social Stories about Kids and Their Families: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations. Mike Canavan & Lawrence Shapiro, $34.95 (ages 5-12)

Quinn at School—Relating, Connecting, and Responding at School: a Book for Children Ages 3-7. Rick Warren, $22.50

Quirky, Yes — Hopeless, No. Practical Tips to Help Your Child with Asperger's Syndrome Be More Socially Accepted. Cynthia La Brie Norall, $21.99

Responsibility Check List – Home. $15.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")

Responsibility Check List – School. $15.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")

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Should I or Shouldn't I? A Game to Encourage Social Thinking and Social Problem Solving. Dominique Baudry, $34.95 (Elementary School Edition)

Should I or Shouldn't I? Elementary School Edition Expansion Pack. Dominique Baudry, $24.50

Social Rules for Kids: the Top 100 Social Rules Kids Need to Succeed. Susan Diamond, $27.50

Social Skills Games for Children. Deborah Plummer, $33.95

The Social Skills Picture Book: Teaching Play, Emotion and Communication to Children with Autism. Jed Baker, $51.95

Social Thinking® Social Learning Tree – Poster. $15.95

Social Town Citizens Discover 82 New Unthinkables for Superflex® to Outsmart! Introducing Superflex’s Very Cool Five-Step Power Plan and the Unthinkables©. Stephanie Madrigal, Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, $52.95 (includes CD-ROM for handouts)

The Socially Included Child: a Parent's Guide to Successful Playdates, Recreation, and Family Events for Children with Autism. Laurie LeComer, $17.50

Superflex: My Hero Inside (Music CD). Think Social Publishing Inc., $21.50

Superflex® Superdecks. Think Social Publishing, $57.95 (ages 8-11)

Superflex: a Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum – Curriculum & Comic. Stephanie Madrigal & Michelle Garcia Winner, $74.95

Superflex® Takes on Brain Eater and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Michele Garcia Winner, $36.95 (includes CD-ROM with handouts)

Superflex® Takes on Glassman and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Michele Garcia Winner, $34.95

Superflex® Takes on One-Sided Sid, Un-Wonderer and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Kelly Kopp, $35.95 (includes CD-ROM with handouts)

Superflex’s® Very Cool Five-Step Power Plan – Poster. $10.95

Superflexible Me! Superflex Cape. $28.95

The Survival Guide for Making and Being Friends. James Crist, $19.99 (ages 8-13)

TalkAbility: People Skills for Verbal Children on the Autism Spectrum—a Guide for Parents. Fern Sussman, $54.00

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Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck. Think Social Publishing, $28.95 (ages 8-11)

Too Close, Too Far, Just Right: a Game about Personal Space. Sandra Singer, $50.95 (ages 5-12)

Trainman: Gaining Acceptance and Friends through Special Interests. Stefan & Barbara kavan, illustrated by Michaelin Otis, $19.95 (includes a foreword and teaching ideas by Kari Dunn Buron)

Understanding Emotions. $14.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")

We Can Make It Better. Elizabeth Delsandro, $38.95

We Thinkers! Volume 1 Social Explorers. Ryan Hendrix, Kari Zweber Palmer, Nancy Tarshis, Michelle Garcia Winner, $151.95

We Thinkers! Volume 2 Social Problem Solvers: a Social Thinking® Curriculum for the Preschool and Early Elementary Years. Ryan Hendrix, Kari Zweber Palmer, Nancy Tarshis, Michelle Garcia Winner, $223.95

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? An Illustrated Guide to Understanding Metaphors. Jude Welton, $25.95

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? 120 Illustrated Metaphor Cards Plus Booklet with Information, Ideas and Instructions. Jude Welton & Jane Telford, $46.95

What Does It Mean to Me? 24 Hidden Rules Worksheets to Help Children with Asperger's Syndrome Learn Social Skills. Michael Canavan, $33.95

What is a Thought? A Thought is a Lot! Amy Kahofer & Jack Pranksy, $30.95 Grades K-5

What is Friendship? Games and Activities to Help Children to Understand Friendship. Pamela Day, $31.95

What's That Look on Your Face? All About Faces and Feelings. Catherine Snodgrass, $25.50

Whole Body Listening Larry at Home, 2nd Edition. Kristen Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter, $28.95

Whole Body Listening Larry at School, 2nd Edition. Kristen Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter, $28.95

Why Do I Have To? A Book for Children Who Find Themselves Frustrated by Everyday Rules. Laurie Leventahal-Belfer, $13.95

The You & Me Social Skills Board Game. ChildsWork ChildsPlay, $84.95 (ages 4-12)

The You & Me Workbook: a Book That Teaches Social Skills and Social Awareness. Lisa Schab, $36.95

You Are a Social Detective! Explaining Social Thinking to Kids. Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, $31.95

You Are a Social Detective: Bridging the Gap Between Social Struggles & Social Success! USB Flash Drive. Social Skill Builder & Social Thinking Publishing, $121.95 (ages 7-12)

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