Talking about Thinking’s visual, engaging, and fun digital content is all about active thinking combined with LOTS of expressive communication encouragement and practice. Great for getting kids to open up about their fear, anxiety, anger, or sadness over pandemic-related challenges and stressors. There’s also content for: kids who need help communicating “wants” in a friendly way; and for learning when to not say out loud what they are thinking! Talking about Thinking is a great practice opportunity for skills like paying attention, following directions, and turn-taking, and for building receptive language! Designed for an adult to read and enjoy with a child or small group. Easy to use: whenever you have a little time, simply open and go!
Age range: 6 – 12 years Ability level: Talking about Thinking may be too challenging for some kids. Check out here PRODUCT SAMPLE PAGES and our FAQ page. You are welcome to contact us for more information and additional preview pages to help you decide if this product is right for your child.
Your purchase download includes:
1. Talking about Thinking – LEARN (visual lesson), THINK (discussion questions), and TRY (activities) for use with your child or group. Loaded with appealing graphics, photographs, and humor designed to engage a child or small group. (150+ pgs.)
2. Extras – Additional, optional, fun activities. Includes: a mini lesson, questions, and activity on how to “be green” (friendly) when saying what you want; activity on when to NOT say what you are thinking; vocabulary-building photo “flashcards”; and the LEARN photos minus text that are great for working on receptive and expressive language. (100+ pgs.)
3. Printables – Printable worksheets, activities, and visuals to pick and choose from for your child or group. (40+ pgs.)
4. For Parents – Info for parents on our MooBoo Method and all activities. (30+ pgs.)
Format: A digital PDF formatted for use on the reader of your portable device, laptop, or home computer. This is not an interactive app but when you open it using a pdf reader (e.g., Adobe Acrobat, free) there are user-friendly features including a table of contents with linked pages. This will not work on a Kindle device or reader. Your cell phone screen might be too small. To see how our digital content looks like on a tablet, check out this short demo video.
For more information on this product, check out these sample pages, see our FAQ page, or email us at email@example.com.
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