Who wants to be stuck with inflexible thinking? Flexible thinking is all the rage now and for good reason. Help your kids to become more self-aware, while thinking about how to be more flexible and less rigid in their thinking. Learning to adapt is important and having a plan is key!
20 printable worksheets inside
•to practice flexible thinking
•identify negative reactions
•discern between flexible and inflexible
•identify how flexibility is helpful
•identify how rigid thinking holds us back
•create a flexibility action plan
What are people saying?
“This will be a great supplement to our social skills curriculum and looks like it would be great to use with upper elementary students. I can’t wait to get into the classroom and try it out with some of my least-flexible thinkers.” -Brainstorm in the Behavior Setting
“Just what I needed for my social skills group!” -Lisa Parnello
“This worked wonderfully for my students. The progression of the activities made it easy for them to understand and use.” -Rosena S.
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