We Thinkers! Volume 2 Extra Storybook Set - Autism Awareness
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We Thinkers! Volume 2 Extra Storybook Set

We Thinkers! Volume 2 Extra Storybook Set

Author: Ryan Hendrix , Kari Zweber Palmer , Nancy Tarshis , Michelle Garcia Winner
Publishing Info: Paperback 5 Storybooks
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IMPORTANT—Please Note!

This set of storybooks is meant to supplement the We Thinkers! Volume 2 Social Problem Solvers Curriculum Package; these books are NOT intended to be used as stand-alone teaching tools and they do NOT include teaching materials. All teaching materials are presented in the Volume 2 curriculum book.

This set of five storybooks is included in the We Thinkers! Volume 2 Social Problem Solvers Package, and is sold separately on this page. Remember, the storybooks are not intended to be used as stand-alone teaching tools, but having extra sets of storybooks can be helpful to better engage students if you’re teaching the Volume 2 curriculum to a class or therapy group. They’re also a great resource for parents of children working on the concepts in school or therapy to continue the learning at home.

We Thinkers! Volume 1 Social Explorers introduced children to four likable characters—Evan, Ellie, Jesse and Molly—and their adventures as they learned about basic Social Thinking Vocabulary concepts related to thoughts and feelings, being part of a group, and noticing and thinking about the people around them.

Volume 2 picks up where Volume 1 left off—the teaching is sequential! Volume 2 delves more deeply into Social Thinking concepts to help children build stronger skills and handle the inevitable problems that occur during interactive play and while working together in groups. The Volume 2 storybooks are loaded with fun adventures and colorful illustrations designed to stimulate children’s curiosity and imagination and engage them in learning these five additional Social Thinking concepts:

Hidden Rules and Expected and Unexpected Behaviors (Pirate Adventure)
Smart Guess (Mystery Adventure)
Flexible and Stuck Thinking (Ice Cream Shop Adventure)
Size of the Problem (Dinosaur Birthday Party)
Sharing an Imagination (Park Adventure)

Playful Stop and Notice, Stop and Discuss, and Stop and Do icons in the storybooks help the interventionist structure reading/teaching the concepts. (Explanation of the teaching moments and related activities are detailed in the Volume 2 curriculum.)