Category: Social Skills

I Wish I Was a Mallard But God Made Me a Pekin Instead – Duck Ponder Series

"I wish I was a Mallard, but God made me a Pekin instead" is the second book in the Duck Ponder Series. Duck Ponder is a series of books that uses the radiant photography of water fowl to illustrate God's word with a simplistic and heartwarming approach. The words within…
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Will You Be My Friend? Even If I Am Different from You – Duck Ponder Series

Will You be My Friend even IF I am different from you?" is the first book in the Duck Ponder Series.  This book was originally written as a reference/photograph book for the author's granddaughters but quickly metamorphosed into a message of respecting the differences in others. Based on the second…
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Worksheets! For Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills: Breaking Down Concepts for Teaching Students with High Functioning Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Pdd-nos, Nonverbal Learning Disability, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adhd

This book consists of 250 worksheets specifically designed to offer more lessons in teaching social thinking that dovetail both off the lessons discussed in all of Michelle G. Winners other books: Inside Out: What Makes the Person With Social Cognitive Deficits Tick? Thinking About You Thinking About Me, and the…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2005.Authored by Michelle Garcia Winner .

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean?

An Illustrated guide to understanding metaphors. Expressions that don't literally mean what they say can be confusing at first, but can be fun to use when they become familiar. This book introduces 100 common sayings and explains what people really mean when they use them.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2004.Authored by Jude Welton .

The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries Through the Unique Perspectives of Autism

Dr. Temple Grandin and Sean Barron use their colorful life stories to explain the unwritten rules and patterns of social relationships. They create guidelines for living and working with others and illustrate their infinite applications, in even the most complex situations.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2005.Authored by Temple Grandin and Sean Barron.

Thinking About You, Thinking About Me

Students with social cognitive deficits face enormous challenges not only in their day to day relations within the world around them, but also in the fact that precious few professionals, educational or medical, understand the core of these students' deficits.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2007.Authored by Michelle Garcia Winner.

The Social Skills Picture Book Teaching Play, Emotion, and Communication to Children with Autism

A dynamic teaching tool for children with autism or Asperger's Syndrome, "The Social Skills Picture Book" offers pictures of the right and wrong ways to handle nearly 30 social skills, such as conversation, play, emotion, management, and empathy.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2003.Authored by Jed E. Baker, Ph.D. .

The Transporters: Discover the World of Emotions

Discover emotions the fun way. Lovable cartoon vehicles with real human faces. (Activity book included)
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2006.Authored by Autism Research Center, University of Cambridge.

The New Social Story Book

Carol Gray offers a full 100 of her famous Social Stories, explaining what to do in everyday situations that spectrum children may find confusing. These simple, illustrated stories help them understand particular situations, what a child might do in that situation, and what the outcome might be. Sample stories include,…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2000.Authored by Carol Gray.

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